Liberalism and Social Action

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G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1935 - Liberalism - 93 pages
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Review: Liberalism and Social Action (Great Books in Philosophy)

User Review  - Barron - Goodreads

I give up. This book is brilliant. It doesn't seem brilliant when you're reading it--instead it seems vague and unanchored--but the ideas that first seemed unrevelatory stick in your mind and I keep ... Read full review

Review: Liberalism and Social Action (Great Books in Philosophy)

User Review  - Kathleen - Goodreads

Very quick read that summarizes Dewey's view of the meaning and purpose of liberalism in a democratic society. In it, he offers a historical account of the development of liberalism, an account of the ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
1
THE CRISIS IN LIBERALISM
28
RENASCENT LIBERALISM
56
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