The Good Society
Boston, Little Brown, 1937. An overview, which he called "An Inquiry into the Principles of a Good Society," building on his work two decades earlier, and colored by the experience of the World War. A major social and philosophical work: this book redefined liberalism, and provided the outlines for what came to be called "neoliberalism." Owner name and date front pastedown, and scattered notes and underlinings in text; else a near fine copy, lacking the dust jacket. A very attractive copy. [#034882] SOLD
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