Raymond Aron and the contested legacy of ‘Cold War Liberalism’

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 3 (2020)

Raymond Aron and the contested legacy of ‘Cold War Liberalism’
Iain Stewart, pages -

Abstract

Some see Cold War liberalism as offering lessons for the defenders of democracy today, while others view it a constriction of the liberal tradition which the left must reject. What’s worth saving from the liberal tradition?

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Iain Stewart, (2020) Raymond Aron and the contested legacy of ‘Cold War Liberalism’, Renewal, 28(3), -

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