7 edition of Varieties of liberalism in Central America found in the catalog.
Varieties of liberalism in Central America
Forrest D. Colburn
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Forrest D. Colburn and Arturo Cruz S.|
|Contributions||Cruz S., Arturo J.|
|LC Classifications||JL1410 .C64 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780292717206, 9780292717213|
|LC Control Number||2007000698|
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Varieties of Liberalism in Central America: Nation-States as Works in Progress. In this Book. but not the kind that can be revealed in the laboratory or on the blackboard. Liberalism—today defined as democracy and unfettered markets—may be in vogue, but it has no inherent determinants.
Democracy and market economies, when welded to the Cited by: There are thus many varieties of liberalism. The world is more pluralistic in both cause and effects than either academic theories or political rhetoric suggest. While delineating trends in Central America, we also hope to contribute, if only modestly, to a renewed appreciation for the study of countries.
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The locus of decision making may always be the nation-state, but at times powerful currents or forces lead political actors in different nations to.
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Varieties of Liberalism in Central America: Nation-States as Works in Progress. by Arturo Cruz S., but not the kind that can be revealed in the laboratory or on the blackboard. Liberalism—today defined as democracy and unfettered markets—may be in vogue, but it has no inherent determinants.
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sweeping doubts about the "progress" of the Modern Project — and about the individualism at the heart of modern liberalism's liberty. Central to the conservatism of the s was intransigent opposition, on the part of various Author: Peter Berkowitz.
Varieties of Liberalism: Contemporary Challenges xiii intervention, while in France, Spain and Latin America “a liberal” denotes almost the opposite, and it means a person who favours deregulated markets and the limited role of the state with regard to economic and societal issues.
The problem is greatly amplified when we look back on history. professionals in America’s large urban centers. Thomas Edsall is largely in agreement with Teixeira about the origins of modern progressive liberalism in the New Deal and its development over the past seventy-ﬁve years, but he poses in stark terms the electoral challenge that.
Classical liberalism in the United States, also called laissez-faire liberalism, is the belief that a free-market economy is the most productive and government interference favors a few and hurts the many—or as Henry David Thoreau stated, "that government is best which governs least".
Classical liberalism is a philosophy of individualism and. “If there is ever a fascist takeover in America, it will come not in the form of storm troopers kicking down doors but with lawyers and social workers saying. "I'm from the government and I'm here to help.” ― Jonah Goldberg, Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of.
Despite their many similarities, Central American countries during the twentieth century were characterized by remarkably different political regimes. In a comparative analysis of Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, and Nicaragua, James Mahoney argues that these political differences were legacies of the nineteenth-century liberal /5(7).
Varieties of Liberalism in Central America: Nation-States as Works in Progress (University of Texas Press, ) Offering an elegant defense of empiricism, the authors explore the roles of geography and political choice in constructing nations and states in Central America— Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica—over.
Liberalism was the dominant political discourse in Latin America during most of the nineteenth century. Initially, in the first half of the century, it was a discourse of liberation from colonial rule in Hispanic America.
Later, in the second half, liberalism was firmly established as an ideology of nation building in most of the region. Ludwig von Mises’s colleagues in Europe called him the “last knight of liberalism” because he was the champion of an ideal of liberty they consider dead and gone in an age of central planning and socialism of all varieties.
During his lifetime, they were largely correct. And thus the subtitle of this book.“This is a fascinating, rich volume that theorises and offers empirical exploration of the concept of “economic patriotism”.
The authors outline two key interrelated aspects of this new regulatory regime: the intervention of the state to regulate market relations for the benefit of an economic community forming territorial or ethnic “insiders” to the nation state; and the attendant.
The extensive scholarship on ‘varieties of capitalism’ offers some conceptual and theoretical innovations that can be fruitfully employed to analyse the distinctive institutional foundations of capitalism in Latin America, or what could be called hierarchical market economies (HMEs).Cited by: