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- Taylor and Francis 2002; US$ 55.95
In Liberalism and Pluralism the author explores the challenges conflicting values, interests and identities pose to liberal democracy. Richard Bellamy illustrates his criticism and proposals by reference to such topical issues as the citizens charter, constitutional reform, the Rushdie affair and the development of the European Union. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 40.95
'Even paranoids have enemies' is the reply Golda Meir is said to have made to Henry Kissinger who, during the 1973 Sinai talks, accused her of being paranoid for hesitating to grant further concessions to the Arabs. It is used as part of the title of this book to highlight the complex relationship between paranoia and persecution. The politics of... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 180.00
Liberal democracy, it has been claimed, stands at the end of history. But there are hidden internal strains that could threaten its fabric. Nature and Liberty explores three of the most important practical problems of modern liberal politics - those connected with ethnicity and race, sex and the family, and bureaucratized government. The author traces... more...
- Routledge 2004; US$ 163.00
This book is a significant contribution to a better understanding of the distinctive character of Tocqueville's liberalism. The author argues that Tocqueville seeks to reconcile the Christian and the citizen in the context of modernity. more...
- Cambridge University Press 1999; US$ 44.00
This powerful and original study challenges the traditional view that the ideas associated with the liberal political tradition cohere around an 'individualist' conception of the relation between individuals, society and the state, and argues that this conception has actually clouded our understanding of the issues involved. more...
- HarperCollins 2005; US$ 10.99
Former Ronald Reagan advisor and bestselling author Michael K. Deaver gathers the nation's leading figures to define conservatism, explore Reagan's impact on conservative philosophy, and examine what it means to be a conservative in America today. As the power of the Republican party continues to grow, a bold new conservative movement is taking form... more...
- Cato Institute 2002; US$ 11.00
Essays collected here, published between 1977 and 2001 by the Cato Institute, a public policy research foundation, explain major world events of the past 25 years that have led to the expansion of open markets, open societies, free trade, and individual liberty around the world. more...
- Cato Institute 2006; US$ 10.00
Since 9/11, governments and businesses have increased their demands for identification, believing that identifying people provides security against terrorism. Meanwhile, computer technology is changing the consequences of being identified, increasing threats to autonomy, privacy, and civil liberties. more...
- Springer 2006; US$ 199.99
Rights language is a fundamental feature of the modern world. This book brings together some central scholars in the history of medieval and early-modern rights discourse. Through the different angles taken by its authors, it describes the multifaceted nature of rights languages in the medieval and early modern world. more...