The New Deal and Its Legacy: Critique and Reappraisal

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About the Contributors
HIRAM CATON is currently a professor in the School of Humanities at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, and Director of the Bonhoeffer Institute. His books include The Origins of Subjectivity: An Essay on Descartes and The Politics of Progress: The Origins and Development of the Commercial Republic, 1600- 1835.
PETER J. COLEMAN has served as Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Chicago and as Fellow of the Stout Research Centre at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. His most recent book is Progressivism and the World of Reform: New Zealand and the Origins of the American Welfare State.
ROBERT EDEN is Professor of Political Science at Hillsdale College in Michigan and the author of Political Leadership and Nihilism: A Study of Weber and Nietzsche. He is completing a book on constitutionalism and realignment in the United States.
MORTON J. FRISCH is Professor of Political Science at Northern Illinois University. He is the author of Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Contribution of the New Deal to American Political Thought and Practice and coeditor, with Richard A. Stevens , of American Political Thought: The Philosophical Dimension of American Statesmanship. He is the editor of The Selected Writings and Speeches of Alexander Hamilton.
ELLIS W. HAWLEY is Professor of History at the University of Iowa. His publications include The New Deal and the Problem of Monopoly and The GreatWar and the Search for a Modern Order, 1917-1933

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