LIBERAL DEMOCRACY by Massimo Salvadori


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Freedom, beyond its political significance, is the condition upon which all economic, moral, and social welfare rest. In this terse, emphatic statement, Prof. Salvadori explores the struggle raging over freedom in today's world, the historical sources of the struggle, and the philosophic definition one must give to the concept of freedom. He expounds the necessity for regulating economic forces to preserve the free functioning of society, and the necessity for placing upon the individual an ever-growing responsibility for his own freedom and the freedom of all people. Elmer Davis fans and ilk, for choice.

Pub Date: Oct. 24th, 1957
Publisher: Doubleday