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Liberal Languages:
Ideological Imaginations and Twentieth-Century Progressive Thought
Michael Freeden

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Acknowledgments ix
PART ONE 1
INTRODUCTION 3
CHAPTER ONE: Twentieth-Century Liberal Thought: Development or Transformation? 19
CHAPTER TWO: Liberal Community: An Essay in Retrieval 38
CHAPTER THREE: The Concept of Poverty and Progressive Liberalism 60
CHAPTER FOUR: Layers of Legitimacy: Consent, Dissent, and Power in Left-Liberal Languages 78
CHAPTER FIVE: J.A. Hobson as a Political Theorist 94
CHAPTER SIX: Hobson's Evolving Conceptions of Human Nature 109
PART TWO 129
INTERMEZZO 131
CHAPTER SEVEN: Eugenics and Progressive Thought: A Study in Ideological Affinity 144
CHAPTER EIGHT: True Blood or False Genealogy: New Labour and British Social Democratic Thought 173
CHAPTER NINE: The Ideology of New Labour 190
CHAPTER TEN: Is Nationalism a Distinct Ideology? 204
CHAPTER ELEVEN: Political Theory and the Environment: Nurturing a Sustainable Relationship 225
CHAPTER TWELVE: Practising Ideology and Ideological Practices 236
Index 263

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