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national society that promotes the importance of community
service and personal giving.
The Tocqueville Society is named for the 18th century French
explorer Alexis Charles-Henri de Tocqueville. He was just 26
years old when he arrived in America in 1831 and though he only
spent nine months in the United States, he made — and recorded
— many observations, readings and discussions with eminent
Americans that formed the basis of Democracy in America — his
book that was published in two volumes (in 1835 and 1840) that
detailed American society and politics.
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