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The pathology of politics; violence, betrayal, corruption, secrecy, and propaganda [by] Carl J. Friedrich.


[1st ed.].. New York, Harper and Row [1972] .
ISBN 9780060113674, 0060113677

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Subjects Corruption (Politique)
Morale politique.
Political corruption.
Political ethics.
Politische Ethik.
Propaganda.
Propagande.
Trahison.
Treason.
Violence.
Description x, 287 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-273).
Contents Introduction: Politics and morals -- The problem of political violence -- Resistance and revolution -- Reflections on political violence in general -- The ubiquity of betrayal and its political significance --Some treason cases analyzed: Judas and after --- The heroic traitor and his function -- Corruption in historical perspective -- Cases of corruption -- The functionality of corruption -- Nature and function of secrecy and propaganda -- Propaganda, mass communications, and their pathology -- Intelligence and espionage -- Summary and conclusion.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)309579
(OCoLC)ocm00309579
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WorldCat Identities Friedrich, Carl J. 1901-1984.
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