Is Liberalism Dead?

Fairlie, Henry
April 1976
New Republic;4/17/76, Vol. 174 Issue 16, p14
Focuses on the state of liberalism in the politics of the United States. Views that liberals may be down but by no means out; Views that great political movements do not die a sudden death; Survival of the ideas because they represent the people's perception; Nationalism is the greatest of all political ideas which does not have a logical justification nor a rational need; Similarity in the people's perception towards other political ideas like conservatism, liberalism, socialism and communism; Views that political ideas change and lose their footing from time to time but do not die out.


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