The liberal consensus reconsidered : American politics and society in the postwar era /
This work interrogates the idea that a "liberal consensus" uniformly shaped the United States after World War II. The volume's findings indicate that political, cultural, and ideological conflict was never extinguished and that whatever liberal consensus existed was elitist and limite...
|Published:||Gainesville, FL : University Press of Florida, |
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