In a busy summer for research, I missed the chance to note three prominent reviews of Hume’s Politics. So far, gratifyingly, they’re all favorable, even very favorable (though two of the three reviews start a fair argument with the book after praising it, which is of course fine). But I’ll report neutral unfavorable ones too if such appear.
David Walsh reviewed the book for Perspectives on Politics;
Thomas W. Merrill, for the Review of Politics;
and Ross Carroll (in a review essay covering mine and another book) in Political Theory (.pdf here)
Alas, all the reviews are, as far as I know, behind academic paywalls (except for the first page). But Princeton has thoughtfully selected the most flattering parts for the description of my book on its website; they appear at the link to my book above as well.