Reassessing Political Ideologies: The Durability of Dissent

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Index

a
Acton, Lord 135
aesthetics 95 , 102 , 170 , 176
African:
regimes 132 , 148 ;
socialisms 7
age of ideologies 2
alienation 99 , 104
Alter, Peter 138
Althusser, Louis 41
American liberalism 2
anarchism 4 , 11 , 155 , 166 , 187 , 189
Anderson, Benedict 136
Anglican Church 82
anthropology 5
anti-constructivism 20 -3, 25 , 27 -9
antinomies:
of liberalism 15 - 27 , 29 - 30
anti-semitism 56 , 99 , 100 -1, 119 -22, 127
apartheid 126
Apter, David 138
Aquinas, Thomas 86
aristocratic interests 55 , 58
Aristotle 18
Aron, Raymond 111
Asia 132 , 148 ;
Central 43 ;
East 43
Asquith, Herbert Henry 56
asylum seekers 125
Australia 62
Austria 56 , 63 , 64 , 105 , 107
Axis powers, the 118 , 121 , 124

b
Bardèche, Maurice 119
Barrés, Maurice 100
Barry, Brian 140
Bauman, Zygmunt 127
Belgium 61 , 62 , 83 , 84 , 88
Benda, Julian 140
Benn, Ernest 76
Bentham, Jeremy 16 , 18 , 23
Bergson, Henri 92 , 102
Berlin, Isaiah 15 , 24 , 27
Bervi-Flerovski, V. 51
biodiversity 176 , 187 , 194
Bismarck, Otto von 55 , 56 , 84
Blair, Tony 78
Blum, Leon 62
Bolshevism 44 , 60 , 109 -10, 119
Bosanquet, Bernard 15 , 16 , 18 - 19 , 22 , 25
Bracher, Karl Dietrich 1 , 11
Braine, Bernard 72 , 76
Britain see Great Britain
British Constitution Association 75
British National Party 125
Brittan, Samuel 28
Buchanan, James 16 - 18
Bukhardt, Jacob 147
bureaucracy 57
Burke, Edmund 68 , 74 , 95 , 99 , 146

c
Canovan, Margaret 139 -40
capitalism 21 , 36 , 38 , 44 , 46 , 47 , 104 ,110-11, 120 , 123 , 160 , 167 -8, 206 ;
global 10 , 36 , 39 , 64 -5, 125 , 127 , 198 , 200 ;
Catholic Church's attitude to 84 -5, 87 ;
Christian democracy'sattitude to 80 -1, 88 ;
conservatism'srelationship to 69 - 73 ;
green criticism of 177 ;
socialism's relationship to 50 - 66
Carver, Terrell 194 , 196
Castro, Fidel 44
Catholic:
Church 55 , 56 , 58 , 80 - 90 ;
politics 80 -1, 86 , 88 , 89
Cecil, Lord Hugh 75
Chamberlain, Houston Stewart 145
Chamberlain, Joseph 56 , 69
Chapman, John W. 27
China 40 , 43 , 44 , 52
Christian democracy 55 , 63 , 64 , 80 - 90 , 195 -6;
its attitude to capitalism 80 -1, 88

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