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by Earl Reitan

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ISBN:
0595303692
Author:
Earl Reitan
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
iUniverse, Inc. (November 26, 2003)
Pages:
96 pages
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Liberalism: Time-Tested Principles for the Twenty-First Century offers a multi-dimensional definition of Liberalism and calls upon American Liberals to rally behind their principles. Key sentences: The principal concern of Liberalism has always been good government, which Liberals regard as an essential element of a good society. Liberals have a tradition of Nationalism.

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Liberalism: Time-Tested Principles for the Twenty-First Century (2003). I Was a Teenage Rifleman in World War II (2004). a b c d 'Earl Reitan', The Pantagraph (October 22, 2015), retrieved 13 February 2019. Politics, Finance, and the People: Economical Reform in England in the Age of the American Revolution, 1770-1792 (2007).

Rosenblatt’s remarkable book challenges us to rethink the whole history of liberalism. The author also notes, surprisingly, that factions within various liberal movements were opposed to government help for the poor―a disincentive, they claimed. It restores many missing elements to the story, and shows how our understanding of liberalism has been distorted by its identification with individualism by a series of writers after World War II. ―Jerrold Seigel, author of The Idea of the Self: Thought and Experience in Western Europe since the Seventeenth Century. Fair, balanced, and chockablock with information and surprise.

Twentieth-century liberalism lives on in forms of the social contract that are outmoded for the twenty-first century’s .

Twentieth-century liberalism lives on in forms of the social contract that are outmoded for the twenty-first century’s globalized, technological world. Neither conservatives nor liberals have a true vision for the future, although conservatives give the impression of being more visionary than liberals, since they at least have an active agenda they’re pursuing. In this vacuum of ideology, there’s great danger for neofascist movements to step in, as always happens when liberalism is on the run.

Twentieth-century liberalism lives on in forms of the social contract that are outmoded for the twenty-first century's globalized, technological world.

A Social State for the Twenty-First Century. His vivid essay was by no means totally inaccurate

A Social State for the Twenty-First Century. The book was also deeply influenced by my historical work with Gilles Postel-Vinay and Jean-Laurent Rosenthal on Parisian estate records from the French Revolution to the present. His vivid essay was by no means totally inaccurate. France at that time was by far the most populous country in Europe and therefore an ideal place to observe.

At the same time, it was equally clear that the field is still deeply divided over the best ways to translate belief into classroom practice. And so, in preparing this volume, we decided to highlight rather than gloss over these divisions. We know that the problems children have in becoming literate will not go away if we adhere to the status quo. We stress these divisions because we understand that the passion with which proponents present their views indicates a passion for helping children - all children - become competent, enthusiastic readers.

Liberalism, the belief in freedom and human rights, is historically associated with thinkers such as John Locke and Montesquieu. It is a political movement which spans the better part of the last four centuries, though the use of the word "liberalism" to refer to a specific political doctrine did not occur until the 19th century.

Liberalism: Time-Tested Principles for the Twenty-First Century offers a multi-dimensional definition of Liberalism and calls upon American Liberals to rally behind their principles. Key sentences: The principal concern of Liberalism has always been good government, which Liberals regard as an essential element of a good society. Liberals have a tradition of Nationalism. If they wish to flourish again, Liberals must find leaders who can win the confidence of those ordinary Americans who consider the well-being of America as their primary concern. Liberals are committed to an America that plays a positive role in the world, and provides a good life for all its people.