"This book deomonstrates that is is still possiblefor a conservative and a radical to engage in fruitful discussion of the current revolutionary consciousness in America, especially prevalent among the youth, and even to arrive at a common ground."...
|Title||:||movement and revolution|
|Number of Pages||:||503 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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movement and revolution Reviews
I read this for the Berger bits, which are interesting mostly because there his 'humanistic' conservatism is laid bare. Neuhaus' section, titled, ' The Thorough Revolutionary', is interesting mainly because he turned out to be an arch-conservative in later years (as I understand). Perhaps Berger's arguments worked.