The liberal tradition in crisis : American politics in the sixties / edited and with an introd. by Jerome M. Mileur
- Mileur, Jerome M.
- Lexington, Mass. : Heath, 
- Physical Description:
- viii, 334 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
- Problems in American civilization
- Liberal politics from New Deal to Great Society: Schlesinger, A. The new liberal coalition. Newfield, J. and Greenfield, J. The disrupted history of populist liberalism -- Social-welfare policy and public spending: Banfield, E. C. The unheavenly city. Moynihan, D. P. The professionalization of reform. Glazer, N. The limits of social policy. Lowi, T. J. The public philosophy; interest-group liberalism -- Liberal economics, corporate capitalism, and foreign policy: Lekachman. R. Liberal government and economic policy. Nossiter, B. D. The myth of countervailing power. Galbraith, J. K. The industrial system and the cold war. Bazelon, D. T. The overriding issue of organization -- Liberal ideals and public unhappiness: Goodwin, R. N. Sources of the public unhappiness. Sexton, B. Middle-class workers and the new politics. Lomax, L. E. The white liberal. Mills, C. W. Liberal values in the modern world -- The future of liberal politics: Phillips, K. P. The emerging Republican majority. Scammon, R. M. and Wattenberg, B. J. The real majority. Harrington, M. Toward a new democratic left. Burnham, W. D. The end of American party politics.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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