Richard T. Ely's Critique of Capitalism - Bradizza, L.
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This book examines the work and thought of Richard T. Ely in light of his rejection of capitalism and view toward individualism. It concludes that there are real problems with Ely's theories and the principles of Progressivism, and addresses the implications of this for current American political thought.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book examines the work and thought of Richard T. Ely in light of his rejection of capitalism and view toward individualism. It concludes that there are real problems with Ely's theories and the principles of Progressivism, and addresses the implications of this for current American political thought.
Autorenporträt
Luigi Bradizza is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Salve Regina University, USA.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction 1. Ely's Progressive Individualism 2. Ely's 'General Welfare' Theory of Property: Theoretical Problems 3. Ely's 'General Welfare' Theory of Property: Institutional Effects 4. Ely's View of Historical Change: Means and Ends Conclusion
Rezensionen
'This book makes a fresh and substantial contribution to the literature in American political thought, not only on Ely in particular, but also on the results of the progressive movement for American political development. Bradizza's effort will no doubt contribute to this growing and important body of literature.' - Jason R. Jividen, Assistant Professor of Politics, Saint Vincent College, USA