Ideology and Political Choice: The Search for Freedom, Justice, and Virtue
&BAD:quot;A lively and illuminating examination and texturing of current ideologies on the American political landscape. Its gracfully written presentation will bring students to an understanding of the ideological impulses that shape our politics and help determine the country's current direction. I look forward to using it in my classes for its intelligence, its content, and its clarity.&BAD:quot;&BAD:mdash;Joel H. SilbeyCornell University
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