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Liberalism in the Shadow of Totalitarianism

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ISBN 9780674022966

Publication Date: 01/15/2007


400 pages

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


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  • Introduction
  • I. State-Building before the Totalitarian Encounter
    • 1. An Exceptional Beginning
    • 2. Social Science, Progressivism, and the State
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

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