Where did Cesare Beccaria live?
Cesare Beccaria is remembered for his work primarily in criminology and to a lesser extent economics. Following the publication of On Crimes and Punishments, Catherine the Great became one of the first world leaders to endorse his work. His work influenced the Founders of the United States; both Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were known to quote Beccaria. His legal work is also credited for influencing the US Bill of Rights.
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Cesare Beccaria lived in Milan, Italy (part of Austria at the time) and in Paris, France.
Cesare Beccaria was born and raised in Milan and only...
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from AP European History: Exam PrepChapter 9 / Lesson 12