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The purpose of American politics

Author: Hans J Morgenthau
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1960.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Outgrowth of the Albert Shaw Lectures on Diplomatic History which the author gave at Johns Hopkins University in April, 1959.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Morgenthau, Hans J. (Hans Joachim), 1904-1980.
Purpose of American politics.
New York, Knopf, 1960
(OCoLC)608680061
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans J Morgenthau
OCLC Number: 1099644
Description: xi, 359, viii pages ; 22 cm
Contents: I. The purpose of America : equality in freedom. The contemporary crisis ; The reality of the national purpose ; The American experience ; Equality in freedom ; The American Revolution ; The threefold purpose ; The denial --
II. The first crisis (1890-1940) A. Impairment of mobility at home: Impairment of mobility ; The economic crisis of 1929 ; Alienation ; Conformity ; Utopianism, pessimism, and pragmatism ; Social reform ; The intervention of government ; The restoration of vertical mobility --
B. Impairment of mobility abroad. Territorial expansion ; The American mission abroad ; The Wilsonian crusade ; The denial --
III. The contemporary crisis abroad. A. Restoration (1947-1953). Fascism and the Second World War ; "The deadly hiatus" ; Restoration ; The Korean and Chinese dilemmas --
B. The crisis of perplexity. McCarthyism ; Communism ; Atomic power ; Free-world order ; Foreign aid and liberation --
IV. The contemporary crisis at home. A. The social crisis : hedonism of the status quo. The decline of the public realm ; A society of waste ; The decline of objective standards of excellence ; The symptoms of malaise ; The transformation of equality in freedom --
B. The political crisis : the paradoxes of democratic government. The triumph of the majority ; Government by committee and by public opinion ; The paradox of the thwarted majority ; The new feudalism : the paradox of thwarted government --
V. What is to be done? What is not to be done ; The new mobility and the new frontiers ; The global frontier as the condition for survival ; The restoration of democratic government and the defense of freedom --
VI. Appendixes. The last years of our greatness? ; The great betrayal ; Epistle to the Columbians on the meaning of morality.
Responsibility: by Hans J. Morgenthau.

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Outgrowth of the Albert Shaw Lectures on Diplomatic History which the author gave at Johns Hopkins University in April, 1959.

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