Did you ever see a dream walking? : American conservative thought in the twentieth century / edited by William F. Buckley, Jr.Material type: BookSeries: The American heritage series.Publisher: Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill, Description: liv, 554 p. ; 21 cm.Subject(s): Conservatism -- United States | United States -- Politics and government -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 309.173
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Half-title: American conservative thought in the twentieth century.
Selected bibliography -- The convenient state -- E pluribuss unum : the American consensus -- The unwritten constitution -- The recrudescent American conservatism -- The massses in representative democracy -- Anarchist's progress -- Economics in one lesson -- Freedom and the planned economy -- Capitalism and freedom : a concluding note -- On the nature of civil and religious liberty -- Democracy : the two majorities -- Communism : the struggle for the worldd -- Race : claims, rights, and prospects -- Planned mediocrity in the public schools -- The city : some myths about diverssity -- The problem of the new order -- The new scholarship : the relevance of "the reactionaries" -- The new political science -- Sociology and the theory of progress -- Gnosticism : the nature of modernity -- Burke and radical freedom -- The direct glance -- Isaiah's job -- Christmas in Christendom -- Epilogue.