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Presents Penn State's Electronic Classics Series John Stuart Mill Page. 

From this site you can download works by John Stuart Mill (1806-73, insisted on the method of empiricism as the source of all knowledge) in Adobe's Acrobat Portable Document File format.
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To download a file, click on its title.  If you have the Acrobat plug-in installed, you can access the file right in the browser window. You may also save the file to disk.
  1. On Liberty - 439 KB
  2. On Liberty (2006 edition) - 368 KB
  3. On Liberty (2006 edition in 6" X 9" format) - 371 KB
  4. The Subjection of Women - 403 KB
  5. The Subjection of Women (2006 edition) - 306 KB
  6. The Subjection of Women (2006 edition in 6" X 9" format) - 277 KB
  7. Autobiography - 515 KB
  8. Autobiography in 6x9 format - 466 KB (190 pages)
  9. The Contest in America - 140 KB
  10. Considerations on Representative Government - 727 KB
  11. Considerations on Representative Government in 6x9 format - 580 KB (248 pages)
  12. Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy - 468 KB
  13. Utilitarianism - 192 KB
  14. Utilitarianism, The Contest in America, and Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy in 6x9 format - 510 KB (221 pages)
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