This highly lauded reader, now in a new, updated Fourth Edition, introduces students to the "isms" that have shaped modern politics.
Presenting key selections from a wide array of original sources, this collection covers the gamut of ideologies-from the classic "standards" to newly emerging ideologies-and puts students directly in touch with the thinkers and the ideas that have shaped our world. A logical organization, introductions to each selection, and new explanatory notes make Ball & Dagger's reader accessible and engaging for students.
The Fourth Edition of the best-selling companion text, Political Ideologies and the Democratic Ideal, has also been updated and revised to reflect new developments in political thinking and movements. (Give Value Pack ISBN 0-201-75352-9 to your bookstore to order the text & reader package).
I. THE CONCEPT OF IDEOLOGY. 1. Ideology: The Career of a Concept, Terrell Carver.
II. THE DEMOCRATIC IDEAL. 2. Democracy and Despotism, Euripides. 3. Funeral Oration, Pericles. 4. Democratic Judgement and the "Middling" Constitution, Aristotle. 5. What's Wrong with Princely Rule?, Niccolo Machiavelli. 6. What Is a Republic?, John Adams. 7. Bill of Rights of the United States. 8. Democracy and Equality, Alexis de Tocqueville. 9. Democratic Participation and Political Education, John Stuart Mill. 10. Town Meetings and Workers' Control, Michael Walzer.
III. LIBERALISM. 11. The State of Nature and the Basis of Obligation, Thomas Hobbes. 12. Toleration and Government, John Locke. 13. Government, Rights, and the Bonds Between Generations, Thomas Paine. 14. Declaration of Independence of the United States. 15. Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizen. 16. Private Profit, Public Good, Adam Smith. 17. Freedom and Enlightenment, Immanuel Kant. 18. Liberty and Individuality, John Stuart Mill. 19. The Fitness of Things, William Graham Sumner. 20. Liberalism and Positive Freedom, T. H. Green. 21. Paternalism vs. Democracy, Donald Allen. 22. Libertarian Anarchism, Murray Rothbard. 23. The Limitations of Libertarianism, Thomas A. Spragens, Jr.
IV. CONSERVATISM. 24. Society, Reverence, and the "True Natural Aristocracy", Edmund Burke. 25. Conservatism as Reaction, Joseph de Maistre. 26. The Poet as Conservative, William Wordsworth. 27. Revolt of the Masses, Jose Ortega y Gasset. 28. On Being Conservative, Michael Oakeshott. 29. The Woodpeckers and the Starlings, Jacquetta Hawkes. 30. Modern Liberalism and Cultural Decline, Robert Bork. 31. A Religious Conservative Vision for America, Ralph Reed.
V. SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM: MORE TO MARX. 32. Utopia, Thomas Moore. 33. Address to the Inhabitants of New Lanark, Robert Owen. 34. The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
VI. SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM AFTER MARX. 35. Evolutionary Socialism, Eduard Bernstein. 36. Revisionism, Imperialism, and Revolution, V. I. Lenin. 37. The Permanent Revolution, Leon Trotsky. 38. On the People's Democratic Dictatorship, Mao Zedong. 39. Anarcho-Communism vs. Marxism, Mikhail Bakunin. 40. Anarchism: What it Really Stands For, Emma Goldman. 41. Fabian Socialism, George Bernard Shaw. 42. Looking Backward, Edward Bellamy. 43. Socialism and Democracy, Carol C. Gould.
VII. FASCISM. 44. Civilization and Race, Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau. 45. The Doctrine of Fascism, Benito Mussolini. 46. The Political Theory of Fascism, Alfredo Rocco. 47. Nation and Race, Adolf Hitler.
VII. LIBERATION IDEOLOGIES AND THE POLITICAL IDENTITY. 48. Letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King, Jr. 49. Black Consciousness and the Quest for a True Humanity, Steve Biko. 50. A Vindication of the Rights of Women, Mary Wollstonecraft. 51. The Equality of the Sexes, Sarah Grimke. 52. The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions. 53. Oppression, Marilyn Frye. 54. Homosexuality: The Nature and Harm of Arguments, John Corvino. 55. Spirituality, Equality, and Natural Law, Oren Lyons. 56. Liberation Theology, Gustavo Guterrez. 57. All Animals are Equal, Peter Singer.
IX. "GREEN" POLITICS: ECOLOGY AS IDEOLOGY. 58. The Land Ethic, Aldo Leopold. 59. Getting Along with Nature, Wendell Berry. 60. Putting the Earth First, Dave Foreman. 61. Thinking Green!, Petra Kelly.
X. THE FUTURE OF IDEOLOGY.