The Relevance of Liberalism

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The Relevance of Liberalism

By Robert L. Bartley and others
Westview Press (for the Research Institute on International Change, Columbi, 1978
233 pp. $15.00

Six authors, including Giovanni Sartori, Edward Shils and other distinguished writers and thinkers, examine the contemporary relevance of liberalism in domestic and international society. Michael Mandelbaum's concluding essay stresses the resilience of liberal values and their adaptability to sociopolitical and economic circumstances that are quite different from those present at their birth.

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