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POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES Their Origins and Impact, ELEVENTH EDITION By BARADAT, LEON P. || 978-81-203-4668-0 || PHI Learning
POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES Their Origins and Impact 

POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES Their Origins and Impact
 BARADAT, LEON P.
Pages: 384
Binding: Paper Back
Edition: ELEVENTH EDITION
ISBN: 978-81-203-4668-0
Pages: 384
Binding: Paper Back
Price: R 295.00
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About The Book
Description:

Brief and accessible, Political Ideologies follows the evolution of political thought over 300 years. Organized chronologically, this text examines, each major ideology within a political, historical, economic, and social context. Leon Baradat’s skillful prose ensures that students obtain a clear understanding of how ideas are influencing the political realities of our time.

“A captivating and authoritative book, Political Ideologies will intrigue students about fundamental political ideas, both answering their questions and inciting further ones. Baradat is interested both in the reigning ideals of modern times and in how these are involved in the non-ideal realities of the world, giving us searching and evenhanded examinations of the major political attitudes and thought systems of our time”.

— Glenn Tinder
University of Massachusetts at Boston


Contents:

Preface

Supplements

Chapter 1    Ideology

Chapter 2    The Spectrum of Political Attitudes

Chapter 3    Nationalism

Chapter 4    The Evolution of Democratic Theory

Chapter 5    Liberal Democracy, Capitalism, and Beyond

Chapter 6    The Liberal Democratic Process

Chapter 7    Anarchism

Chapter 8    Socialist Theory

Chapter 9    Applied Socialism

Chapter 10  Fascism and National Socialism

Chapter 11  Ideologies in the Developing World

Chapter 12  Feminism and Environmentalism

Glossary

Index