Liberal Tradition in America : An Interpretation of American Political Thought since the Revolutionby Hartz, Louis
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Table of Contents
|The Liberal Tradition in America||p. i|
|Feudalism and the American Experience||p. 1|
|Revolution in a New World||p. 33|
|America's "Social Revolution"||p. 67|
|The Emergence of Democracy||p. 87|
|The Whig Dilemma||p. 89|
|The American Democrat: Hercules and Hamlet||p. 114|
|The Feudal Dream of the South||p. 143|
|The Reactionary Enlightenment||p. 145|
|The Crusade Against "Free Society"||p. 178|
|The American World of Horatio Alger||p. 201|
|The New Whiggery: Democratic Capitalism||p. 203|
|Progressives and Socialists||p. 228|
|Depression and World Involvement||p. 257|
|The New Deal||p. 259|
|America and the World||p. 284|
|Notes and Index||p. 311|
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