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Liberalism: The Demise of America

by Michael Galen Martin Ph.D

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0988462818, Paperback)

The book explains the enduring failure of liberalism by looking at it from a wide variety of different angles: political, economic, historical, philosophical, epistemological, institutional, psychological, and from the standpoints of morality and justice. The book is different from most in that it digs below the surface to examine the underpinnings and foundations of liberalism. An intellectual, but not pedantic, book, it is aimed at the common man, seeking to bring big ideas down to earth, helping to provide guidance through our current political-economic-social morass.

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