Twentieth Century Political Theory: A Reader
A collaboration of more than 45 thinkers who form the "canon" of contemporary political thought--from John Dewey and Walter Benjamin to Malcolm X and Judith Butler.
Twentieth Century Political Theory fuses the needs of the more traditional course with the rapidly changing and extremely influential new approaches to the field. Designed for undergraduate and graduate students, this volume includes essays by major figures like Hannah Arendt, Simone de Beauvoir, Sir Isaiah Berlin, John Dewey, W.E.B. Dubois, Frantz Fanon, Michel Foucault, Antonio Gramsci, V.I. Lenin, Jurgen Habermas, Adolph Hitler and others. Its range and innovative character will assuredly make this anthology the major primary work in political theory for many years to come.
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The Liberal Idea 3
Communitarianism and Culture
The Procedural Republic and
Americas Declining Social Capital
The Conservative Disposition
What Is Liberal Education?
The Adversary Culture and the New Class
Anarchism and Freedom
Communism and Revolution
The Fascist Worldview
Religion and Politics
The AfricanAmerican Heritage
On Sex Discrimination
The Masters Tools
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