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Liberalism in the Shadow of Totalitarianism

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$66.00 • £48.95 • €59.50

ISBN 9780674022966

Publication: January 2007

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400 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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Introduction

Part I: State-Building before the Totalitarian Encounter

1. An Exceptional Beginning

2. Social Science, Progressivism, and the State

Part II: Totalitarianism and the Economy: The Renaissance of Free Enterprise

3. A Unique Economic Path

4. The Quest for a Cooperative Commonwealth: NRA and AAA

5. Two Roads to the Development State: TVA and NRPB

6. Totalitarianism and the Scuttling of the Development State

7. The Retreat from Cooperation to Fiscal Compensation

8. Totalitarianism and the National Security State

Part III: Totalitarianism and Democratic Politics: The Rise of Interest Group Pluralism

9. Democracy and the "Values" Question

10. Envisioning Interest Group Pluralism

11. Interest Group Pluralism Institutionalized

Part IV: Totalitarianism and the Court: From Higher Law to Neutrality

12. Totalitarianism and the Rediscovery of Civil Liberties

13. The Rise and Fall of Judicial Review before World War II

14. The Neutrality Ideal Comes to Court

15. Neutrality and the Due Process Revolution

16. Neutrality, Civil Liberty, and the Culture Wars

Conclusion: The Dysfunctions of Antitotalitarian Liberalism

Notes

Index