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Author Rosenblatt, Helena, 1961- author
Title The lost history of liberalism : from ancient Rome to the Twenty-First century / Helena Rosenblatt
Imprint Princeton, New Jersey ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, [2018]
©2018
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Modern History Library  320.5109 R813    DUE 12-21-22    30550100650082
 人文社會聯圖  JC574 .R67 2018    AVAILABLE    30610020579801
 人文社會聯圖  JC574 .R67 2018    AVAILABLE    30660020268574
 RCHSS Library  JC574 R67 2018    AVAILABLE    30560400645740
Descript xii, 348 pages ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-331) and index
What It Meant to Be Liberal from Cicero to Lafayette -- The French Revolution and the Origins of Liberalism, 1789-1830 -- Liberalism, Democracy, and the Emergence of the Social Question, 1830-48 -- The Question of Character -- Caesarism and Liberal Democracy: Napoleon III, Lincoln, Gladstone, and Bismarck -- The Battle to Secularize Education -- Two Liberalisms: Old and New -- Liberalism Becomes the American Creed
"The Lost History of Liberalism challenges our most basic assumptions about a political creed that has become a rallying cry - and a term of derision - in today's increasingly divided public square. Taking readers from ancient Rome to today, Helena Rosenblatt traces the evolution of the words "liberal" and "liberalism," revealing the heated debates that have taken place over their meaning. In this timely and provocative book, Rosenblatt debunks the popular myth of liberalism as a uniquely Anglo-American tradition centered on individual rights. It was only during the Cold War and America's growing world hegemony that liberalism was refashioned into an American ideology focused so strongly on individual freedoms"--Book jacket
Subject Liberalism -- History
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