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100 1  Ryan, Alan,|d1940- 
245 14 The making of modern liberalism /|cAlan Ryan. 
260    Princeton, N.J. :|bPrinceton University Press,|c2012. 
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505 0  Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART 1: 
       Conceptual and Practical; 1. Liberalism; 2. Freedom; 3. 
       Culture and Anxiety; 4. The Liberal Community; 5. Liberal 
       Imperialism; 6. State and Private, Red and White; 7. The 
       Right to Kill in Cold Blood: Does the Death Penalty 
       Violate Human Rights?; PART 2: Liberty and Security; 8. 
       Hobbes's Political Philosophy; 9. Hobbes and 
       Individualism; 10. Hobbes, Toleration, and the Inner Life;
       11. The Nature of Human Nature in Hobbes and Rousseau; 12.
       Locke on Freedom: Some Second Thoughts; PART 3: Liberty 
       and Progress, Mill to Popper 
505 8  13. Mill's Essay On Liberty14. Sense and Sensibility in 
       Mill's Political Thought; 15. Mill in a Liberal Landscape;
       16. Utilitarianism and Bureaucracy: The Views of J. S. 
       Mill; 17. Mill and Rousseau: Utility and Rights; 18. 
       Bureaucracy, Democracy, Liberty: Some Unanswered Questions
       in Mill's Politics; 19. Bertrand Russell's Politics: 1688 
       or 1968?; 20. Isaiah Berlin: Political Theory and Liberal 
       Culture; 21. Popper and Liberalism; PART 4: Liberalism in 
       America; 22. Alexis de Tocqueville; 23. Staunchly Modern, 
       Nonbourgeois Liberalism 
505 8  24. Pragmatism, Social Identity, Patriotism, and Self-
       Criticism25. Deweyan Pragmatism and American Education; 
       26. John Rawls; PART 5: Work, Ownership, Freedom, and Self
       -Realization; 27. Locke and the Dictatorship of the 
       Bourgeoisie; 28. Hegel on Work, Ownership, and 
       Citizenship; 29. Utility and Ownership; 30. Maximizing, 
       Moralizing, and Dramatizing; 31. The Romantic Theory of 
       Ownership; 32. Justice, Exploitation, and the End of 
       Morality; 33. Liberty and Socialism; Notes; Index; A; B; 
       C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W
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