Peace Dividends & the Progressive Paradigm

April 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1990, Issue 2, p7
Focuses on the issue of peace dividends and the concept of progressive paradigm in the U.S. after the end of Cold War. Disagreement over the size of the peace dividend, a diversion of spending from military needs to social concerns, in the 1990s; Suggested uses of the proceeds from the peace dividend; Reason behind the tendency of moral elites to follow the patterns of the progressive paradigm; Influence of the progressive paradigm in the politics of the U.S.


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