This essay intends to shed light on Francis Lieber's ambivalent role when he taught, from 1835 to 1856, at South Carolina College, in an intellectual and political environment that he found disingenuous and where as an outsider he was confronted with misgivings and mistrust. Lieber was one of several German liberal intellectuals who fled repressive German states under the impact of the Holy Alliance...
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