Fragments of the Century

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Saturday Review Press, 1973 - United States - 246 pages
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The author (1928 - 1989) was an American democratic socialist, writer, political activist, political science professor, radio commentator and initiator of the Democratic Socialists of America. In the 1970s he invented the term neoconservatism. This autobiographical story describes the "sights and sounds, the texture, of the history I am living."--p. 2.

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Prologue I
A Pious Apostasy
The Death of Bohemia

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