Fear itself : the New Deal and the origins of our time

Ira Katznelson

Redefining the traditional understanding of the New Deal, Fear Itself examines this pivotal American era through a sweeping international lens that juxtaposes a struggling democracy with enticing ideologies like Fascism and Communism. Ira Katznelson asserts that, during the 1930s and 1940s, American democracy was rescued yet distorted by a unified band of southern legislators who safeguarded racial segregation as they built a new national state to manage capitalism and assert global power. This study brings to life the politicians and pundits of the time, including Walter Lippmann, who argued that America needed a dose of dictatorship; Mississippi's five-foot-two Senator Theodore Bilbo, who advocated the legal separation of races; and Robert Oppenheimer, who built the atomic bomb yet was undone by the nation's hysteria. Fear Itself is a work vital to understanding America and the world the New Deal made.

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書名 Fear itself : the New Deal and the origins of our time
著作者等 Katznelson, Ira
出版元 Liveright Pub.
刊行年月 c2013
ページ数 xii, 706 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9780871404503
NCID BB12611385
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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