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If this book were produced by the CIA the whole thing would be classified TOP SECRET, it is that insightful and revealing. "The history of the American electorate," The Great Revolt reads, "is not a litany of flukes, instead it is a cycle of tectonic plate-grinding, punctuated by a landscape-altering earthquake every generation or so." by: 1. Full text of "The Pragmatic Revolt In Politics" See other formats. The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics: Syndicalism, Fascism, and the Constitutional State [W Y Elliott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics: Syndicalism, Fascism, and the Constitutional StateAuthor: W Y Elliott. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elliott, William Yandell, Pragmatic revolt in politics. New York, Macmillan, (OCoLC)
About this Book Catalog Record Details. The pragmatic revolt in politics; syndicalism, fascism, and Elliott, William Yandell, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. The Pragmatic Revolt In Politics Syndicalism, Fascism, And The Constitutional State Item Preview. Pragmatism is a philosophical movement which originated in the United States around ; it argues that truth can be determined by focusing on the practical consequences of actions or ideas rather than through abstract epistemological concepts. In , W.Y. Elliott proposed in his book, ‘The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics,’ that the successful methods of then-contemporary fascist Author: Daniel Smith. William Yandell Elliott is the author of The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Western Political Heritage ( avg rat 3/5.
book, ‘The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics,’ that the success of fascist movements in seizing power was a reaction to weak constitutional governments, and was therefore a ‘pragmatic’ means of taking political power in the face of the failures of contemporary states rather than an expression of nationalism, as others claimed. Ever since the 19th century one of the most striking characteristics of the modern mind has been its preoccupation with history. In earlier times the historical sense was neither sophisticated nor pervasive, but now even science and religion, long-revered guardians of timeless truths, are approached historically. The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics. By W. Y. Elliott (New York and London: The Macmillan Company. Pp. Xvii + Price 16s.). [REVIEW] J. A. Hobson Author: William Yandell Elliott. This book explores the writings of Inis L. Claude, Jr., a preeminent scholar on international relations, to define a new approach to the study of international relations. Pragmatic liberalism, an "in-between" approach, argues that a liberal world order can be sustained and promoted by the pragmatic application of liberal principles.