Neuhaus, Richard John
December 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec1999, Issue 98, p68
Focuses on the Left political movement in Europe. Conflict between liberalism and conservatism; Impact of communism collapse and social democracy stagnation on the Left movement; Views of theorist Rusell Jacoby, Richard Rorty and Charles Taylor on the role of liberalism and conservatism in society.


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