Mendes cooked at Bouley, Wallsé and Tocqueville prior to opening Aldea.
Often a foreigner can see America better than we ourselves see it—consider Tocqueville.
Why was Tocqueville not more alarmed by the economic power that he saw emerging in the early days of American industrialization?
Tocqueville, by stark contrast, does not believe that approach can prevail.
Tocqueville invested a good part of his fortune in several of these ventures.
It is easy to-day for the educated man who has read Bryce and Tocqueville to account for the mediocrity of American literature.
We can hardly have a better authority on this point than Tocqueville.
In 1833, when Tocqueville visited America, he was struck by the equal distribution of wealth and the absence of capitalists.
Nothing, Tocqueville has observed, is so conducive to mercy as equality.
Tocqueville himself wrote very cordially to my father upon the subject; and the lectures have been valued by very good judges.