The end of ideology; on the exhaustion of political ideas in the fifties.


Glencoe, Ill., Free Press [1960] .

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Subjects Ciencias sociales -- Historia.
Civilization.
Condicoes Sociais.
EE. UU. -- Civilización.
Etats-Unis -- Sociales (questions)
Etats-Unis. Esprit public. 1945-
Etats-Unis. Politique générale. Pensée politique.
Etats-Unis. Politique intérieure. Socialisme.
Etats-Unis. Questions sociales. Criminalité
Économie politique -- États-Unis.
Ideologie.
Mudanca Social.
Philosophie politique.
Politisches Denken.
Science politique -- États-Unis.
Social conditions
Social sciences -- United States -- History.
Social sciences.
Sociale verandering.
Théories et systèmes politiques. Idéologie.
United States -- Civilization.
United States -- Social conditions.
United States.
Description 416 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: The restless vanity -- I. America: the ambiguities of theory. America as a mass society: a critique ; The breakup of family capitalism: on changes in class in America ; Is there a ruling class in America? the power elite reconsidered ; The prospects of American capitalism: on Keynes, Schumpeter, and Galbraith ; The refractions of the American past: on the question of national character ; Status politics and new anxieties: on the "radical right" and ideologies of the fifties -- II. America: the complexities of life. Crime as an American way of life: a queer ladder of social mobility ; The myth of crime waves: the actual decline of crime in the United States ; The racket-ridden longshoremen: the web of economics and politics ; Interest and ideology: on the role of public opinion in industrial disputes ; The capitalism of the proletariat: a theory of American trade-unionism ; Work and its discontents: the cult of efficiency in America -- III. The exhaustion of utopia. The failure of American socialism: the tension of ethics and politics ; The mood of three generations: A. The once-born, the twice-born, and the after-born, B. The loss of innocence in the thirties, C. Politics in the forties, D. Dissent in the fifties ; Ten theories in search of reality: the prediction of Soviet behavior ; Two roads from Marx: the themes of alienation and exploitation in socialist thought -- The end of ideology in the west: an epilogue.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)256125
(OCoLC)ocm00256125
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Bell, Daniel, 1919-2011.
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