The Decline of American Liberalism

The Decline of American Liberalism
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ISBN10: 
1598130277
ISBN13: 
9781598130270
Pages: 
440
Published: 
April 3rd 2009 by Independent Institute
Rating: 
4.07

From the Revolutionary War and World Wars I and II to the Great Depression and civil rights battles, this chronicle takes a historical look at how principles such as individual liberty and democratic rule have weathered the last few centuries. The growth of state empowerment and its effect on autonomy and the economy is also discussed.

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