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Common Good, The: Its Politics, Policies And Philosophy by Raskin, Marcus . Hardcover: 381 pages.
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Raskin encourages us to believe that selfishness and a concentration of. .
Raskin encourages us to believe that selfishness and a concentration of personal needs to the exclusion of others is only a phase Convincing and demanding stuff, then, but well worth the effort. Always specific and on target, Raskin is like a great coach urging his team on. The author feels we must develop coherent plans for the reconstruction of America. This involves a reconfiguration of our basic institutions in a way that is humane, intelligent and altruistic.
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In this thought-provoking book the widely acclaimed thinker and activist, Marcus Raskin, moves .
In this thought-provoking book the widely acclaimed thinker and activist, Marcus Raskin, moves beyond the limits and failures o. Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. The Common Good 2. Becoming Leaders and Organisers 3. Social Caring 4. Economy for the Common Good 5. Securing the Nation: An Alternative Foreign and Defense Policy 6. The Next Stage of Democracy 7. Progress and the Common Good; Notes; Index. Terms & Conditions.
Common Good, The: Its Politics, Policies And Philosophy by Raskin, Marcus G. This is a rousing populist book.
From Library Journal: This is a rousing populist book. In an old American tradition, Raskin wants to return power to the grass roots, trust to the international arena, and the ideal of a common good to the American consciousness. Honorable sentiments, but the book is torn by tension. We must go back to the people, but we must also lead them
Raskin concludes the book with an examination of alternative directions, especially regarding the need and the possibilities for renewed public debate of national policy . The Common Good: Its Politics, Policies and Philosophy. Kirja 49. First published in 1986.
Raskin concludes the book with an examination of alternative directions, especially regarding the need and the possibilities for renewed public debate of national policy and purpose.
THE COMMON GOOD Its Politics, Policies and Philosophy. MARCUS RASKIN, one of the reigning spirits at the ultra-liberal Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, has written an ambitious book. 369 pp. New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul. It is nothing less than a far-reaching program of ''social reconstruction.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Routledge & Kegan Paul Books; 1st edition (September 18, 1986)
Pages: 381 pages