Table of contents for Political ideologies and the democratic ideal / Terence Ball, Richard Dagger.

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Preface 000
To the Reader 000
About the Authors 000
Part One Ideology and Democracy 000
Chapter 1 Ideology and Ideologies 000
A Working Definition of ¿Ideology¿ 000
Human Nature and Freedom 000
Human Nature 000
Freedom 000
Ideology and Revolution 000
Nationalism and Anarchism 000
Nationalism 000
Anarchism 000
Conclusion 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 2 The Democratic Ideal 000
The Origins of Democracy 000
Democracy and Republic 000
The Republic and Mixed Government 000
Christianity and Democracy 000
Renaissance and Republicanism 000
The Atlantic Republican Tradition 000
The Return of Democracy 000
Seventeenth-Century Democrats 000
The United States as Democratic Republic 000
Tocqueville on Democracy 000
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The Growth of Democracy 000
Democracy as an Ideal 000
Three Conceptions of Democracy 000
Conclusion 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Part Two The Development of Political
Ideologies 000
Chapter 3 Liberalism 000
Liberalism, Human Nature, and Freedom 000
Historical Background 000
Medieval Origins 000
The Protestant Reformation 000
Liberalism and Revolution 000
England 000
The American Revolution 000
The French Revolution 000
Liberalism and Capitalism 000
Liberalism in the Nineteenth Century 000
Utilitarianism 000
Liberalism Divided 000
Neoclassical Liberalism 000
Welfare Liberalism 000
Liberalism in the Twentieth Century 000
Historical Developments 000
Philosophical Considerations 000
Libertarian Anarchism 000
The Libertarian Vision 000
Liberalism Today: Divisions and Differences 000
Conclusion 000
Liberalism as an Ideology 000
Liberalism and the Democratic Ideal 000
Coda: The Limits of Liberal Toleration 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 4 Conservatism 000
The Politics of Imperfection 000
The Conservatism of Edmund Burke 000
Human Nature and Society 000
Freedom 000
Revolution and Reform 000
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Burke on Government 000
Burke¿s Legacy 000
Conservatism in the Nineteenth Century 000
Conservatism and Reaction 000
Cultural Conservatism 000
Tory Democracy 000
Conservatism in the United States 000
Conservatism in the Twentieth Century 000
Conservatism Versus Mass Society 000
Leveling 000
Conservatives and Communism 000
Conservatism Today: A House Divided 000
Traditional Conservatism 000
Individualist Conservatism 000
Neoconservatism 000
The Religious Right 000
Conclusion 000
Conservatism as an Ideology 000
Conservatism and Democracy 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 5 Socialism and Communism:
More to Marx 000
Human Nature and Freedom 000
Socialism: The Precursors 000
Saint-Simon 000
Fourier 000
Owen 000
The Socialism of Karl Marx 000
The Young Marx 000
The Influence of Hegel 000
Marx¿s Theory of History 000
Marx¿s Critique of Capitalism 000
The Dialectic of Change 000
The Revolutionary Sequence 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 6 Socialism and Communism
After Marx 000
Marxism After Marx 000
Engels¿s Marxism 000
The Revisionists 000
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Soviet Marxism-Leninism 000
Chinese Communism 000
Non-Marxist Socialism 000
Anarcho-Communism 000
Fabian Socialism 000
American Socialism 000
Socialism Today 000
Conclusion 000
Socialism as an Ideology 000
Socialism and the Democratic Ideal 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 7 Fascism 000
Fascism: The Background 000
The Counter-Enlightenment 000
Nationalism 000
Elitism 000
Irrationalism 000
Fascism in Italy 000
Mussolini and Italian Fascism 000
Fascism in Theory and Practice 000
Fascism in Germany: Nazism 000
Hitler and Nazism 000
Nazism in Theory and Practice 000
Fascism Elsewhere 000
Fascism Today 000
Conclusion 000
Fascism as an Ideology 000
Fascism and the Democratic Ideal 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Part Three Political Ideologies Today
and Tomorrow 000
Chapter 8 Liberation Ideologies and the Politics
of Identity 000
Liberation Ideologies: Common Characteristics 000
Black Liberation 000
Women¿s Liberation (Feminism) 000
Gay Liberation 000
Native People¿s Liberation (Indigenism) 000
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Liberation Theology 000
Animal Liberation 000
Conclusion 000
Liberty, Identity, and Ideology 000
Liberation, Identity, and the Democratic Ideal 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 9 ¿Green¿ Politics:
Ecology as Ideology 000
The Green Critique of Other Ideologies 000
Toward an Ecological Ethic 000
Unresolved Differences 000
Conclusion 000
Ecology as Ideology 000
Ecology, Freedom, and the Democratic Ideal 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 10 Radical Islamism 000
Islam: A Short History 000
Radical Islamism 000
Human Nature and Freedom 000
Conclusion 000
Radical Islam as an Ideology 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Chapter 11 Postscript: The Future of Ideology 000
Political Ideologies: Continuing Forces 000
Nationalism and Ideology 000
Religion and Ideology 000
Ideology and Public Policy 000
Ideology, the Environment, and Globalization 000
Political Ideologies and the Democratic Ideal 000
The End of Ideology? 000
For Further Reading 000
Notes 000
Glossary 000
Photo Credits 000
Name Index 000
Subject Index 000
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political science -- History.
Democracy -- History.
Right and left (Political science) -- History.
Ideology -- History.