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Ideals and Ideologies : A Reader

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780321077752

ISBN10:
032107775X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Pearson College Div

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Summary

This highly lauded reader, now in a new, updated Fourth Edition, introduces students to the isms that have shaped modern politics. Presenting key selections from a wide array of original sources, this collection covers the gamut of ideologiesfrom the classic standards to newly emerging ideologiesand puts students directly in touch with the thinkers and the ideas that have shaped our world. A logical organization, introductions to each selection, and new explanatory notes make Ball & Dagger's reader accessible and engaging for students. The Fourth Edition of the best-selling companion text, Political Ideologies and the Democratic Ideal, has also been updated and revised to reflect new developments in political thinking and movements. (Give Value Pack ISBN 0-201-75352-9 to your bookstore to order the text & reader package).

Table of Contents

Preface to the Fourth Edition ix
About the Authors xi
Introduction xiii
PART ONE The Concept of Ideology 1(10)
Ideology: The Career of a Concept
3(8)
Terrell Carver
PART TWO The Democratic Ideal 11(52)
Democracy and Despotism
14(2)
Euripides
Funeral Oration
16(5)
Pericles
Democratic Judgment and the ``Middling'' Constitution
21(5)
Aristotle
What's Wrong with Princely Rule?
26(4)
Niccolo Machiavelli
What Is a Republic?
30(6)
John Adams
Bill of Rights of the United States
36(2)
Democracy and Equality
38(8)
Alexis de Tocqueville
Democratic Participation and Political Education
46(7)
John Stuart Mill
Town Meetings and Workers' Control
53(10)
Michael Walzer
PART THREE Liberalism 63(74)
The State of Nature and the Basis of Obligation
66(7)
Thomas Hobbes
Toleration and Government
73(15)
John Locke
Government, Rights, and the Bonds Between Generations
88(4)
Thomas Paine
Declaration of Independence of the United States
92(3)
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens
95(3)
Private Profit, Public Good
98(3)
Adam Smith
Freedom and Enlightenment
101(3)
Immanuel Kant
Liberty and Individuality
104(7)
John Stuart Mill
According to the Fitness of Things
111(4)
William Graham Summer
Liberalism and Positive Freedom
115(4)
T. H. Green
Paternalism vs. Democracy: A Libertarian View
119(4)
Donald Allen
Libertarian Anarchism
123(4)
Murray Rothbard
The Limitations of Libertarianism
127(10)
Thomas A. Spragens, Jr.
PART FOUR Conservatism 137(52)
Society, Reverence, and the ``True Natural Aristocracy''
139(7)
Edmund Burke
Conservatism as Reaction
146(4)
Joseph de Maistre
The Poet as Conservative
150(3)
William Wordsworth
Revolt of the Masses
153(4)
Jose Ortega y Gasset
On Being Conservative
157(9)
Michael Oakeshott
The Woodpeckers and the Starlings
166(4)
Jacquetta Hawkes
Modern Liberalism and Cultural Decline
170(8)
Robert H. Bork
A Religious Conservative Vision for America
178(11)
Ralph Reed
PART FIVE Socialism and Communism: More to Marx 189(26)
Utopia
191(7)
Thomas More
Address to the Inhabitants of New Lanark
198(4)
Robert Owen
The Communist Manifesto
202(13)
Karl Marx
Friedrich Engels
PART SIX Socialism and Communism After Marx 215(72)
Evolutionary Socialism
217(6)
Eduard Bernstein
Revisionism, Imperialism, and Revolution
223(13)
V. I. Lenin
The Permanent Revolution
236(4)
Leon Trotsky
On the People's Democratic Dictatorship
240(10)
Mao Zedong
Anarcho-Communism vs. Marxism
250(3)
Mikhail Bakunin
Anarchism: What It Really Stands For
253(9)
Emma Goldman
Fabian Socialism
262(5)
George Bernard Shaw
Looking Backward
267(10)
Edward Bellamy
Socialism and Democracy
277(10)
Carol C. Gould
PART SEVEN Fascism 287(40)
Civilization and Race
289(7)
Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau
The Doctrine of Fascism
296(8)
Benito Mussolini
The Political Theory of Fascism
304(6)
Alfredo Rocco
Nation and Race
310(17)
Adolf Hitler
PART EIGHT Liberation Ideologies and the Politics of Identity 327(78)
Letter from Birmingham Jail
330(11)
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Black Consciousness and the Quest for a True Humanity
341(6)
Steve Biko
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
347(5)
Mary Wollstonecraft
Letters on the Equality of the Sexes
352(8)
Sarah Grimke
Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions
360(4)
Oppression
364(9)
Marilyn Frye
Homosexuality: The Nature and Harm Arguments
373(9)
John Corvino
Spirituality, Equality, and Natural Law
382(6)
Oren Lyons
Liberation Theology
388(6)
Gustavo Gutierrez
All Animals Are Equal
394(11)
Peter Singer
PART NINE ``Green'' Politics: Ecology as Ideology 405(36)
The Land Ethic
408(11)
Aldo Leopold
Getting Along with Nature
419(8)
Wendell Berry
Putting the Earth First
427(6)
Dave Foreman
Thinking Green!
433(8)
Petra Kelly
Postscript The Future of Ideology 441


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