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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Commager, Henry Steele, 1902-1998.
Freedom and order.
New York, G. Braziller 
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Henry Steele Commager
|Description:||xiv, 320 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Democracy and judicial review. The United States and the integration of Europe --
pt. 2. Washington witch-hunt. Red-baiting in the colleges. What ideas are safe? Is freedom really necessary? Tom Paine talks back to Providence. Freedom and the right to travel. Federal centralization and the press. The right to dissent --
pt. 3. Leadership in eighteenth-century America and today. Our Declaration is still a rallying cry. "Yet the nation survived". "To form a much less perfect union". Television and the elections. Presidential age, and youth. The Republican Party repudiates its history --
pt. 4. Do we have a class society? Government and the arts. Change in history. The ambiguous American --
pt. 5. An inquiry into "apeasement". Yalta reconsidered --
pt. 6. The double standard in political morality. The problem of dissent : Vietnam. What is our commitment in Vietnam? Vietnam : the moral issue.
|Responsibility:||Henry Steele Commager.|