IN AMERICAN POLITICS
Sean Wilentz, General Editor
The James Madison Library in American Politics of the Princeton University Press is devoted to reviving important American political writings of the recent and distant past. American politics has produced an abundance of important works—proclaiming ideas, describing candidates, explaining the inner workings of government, and analyzing political campaigns. This literature includes partisan and philosophical manifestos, pamphlets of practical political theory, muckraking exposés, autobiographies, on-the-scene reportage, and more. The James Madison Library issues fresh editions of both classic and now-neglected titles that helped shape the American political landscape. Up-to-date commentaries in each volume by leading scholars, journalists, and political figures make the books accessible to modern readers.
The Conscience of a Conservative by Barry M. Goldwater
The New Industrial State by John Kenneth Galbraith
Liberty and the News by Walter Lippmann
The Politics of Hope and The Bitter Heritage: American Liberalism in the 1960s by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Richard Nixon: Speeches, Writings, Documents, edited and introduced by Rick Perlstein