The Futilitarian Society / William J. Newman.

New York : George Braziller, 1961.

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Subjects Conservatism -- United States.
Conservatisme -- États-Unis.
États-Unis -- Politique et gouvernement.
Political science -- United States -- History.
Political science.
Politics and government
Politique -- Histoire -- États-Unis.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989.
United States.
Description 412 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1961.
Summary "The aims of this book are to study conservative thought in present-day America, to suggest a hypothesis about the nature of American conservatism in general, and to show the relationship between conservatism, freedom, innovation and social change."--Preface.
Contents The mind and face of American conservatism -- Old conservatism : William H. Chamberlin, Felix Morley, James Burnham and Senator Goldwater -- New conservatism : Peter Viereck and his Metternich -- Russel Kirk or Burking the issue -- New conservatism and democracy -- The new conservatism of Clinton Rossiter -- The public philosophy of Walter Lippmann and the quest for order -- The businessman and conservatism -- The conservative mood : Louis Hartz, Daniel Boorstin -- The conservative mood : Daniel Bell and the end of ideology -- Subtopia and the conservative mood -- Conservatism finds its (national) purpose : beyond survival with Max Ways -- The futilitarian society.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)233136
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Newman, William J.
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