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Prophets on the Right book. But now, Radosh says, he is "proudly a supporter of American interventionism," accepting the view that the United States "has a positive role to play in the spread of democracy and the creation of democratic regimes around the world.
In his book Prophets on the Right, completed in 1974, Radosh referred to himself as both "an advocate of a socialist solution to America's . Prophets On The Right: Profiles of Conservative Critics of American Globalism. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1975.
In his book Prophets on the Right, completed in 1974, Radosh referred to himself as both "an advocate of a socialist solution to America's domestic crisis" and "a radical historian". The New Cuba: Paradoxes and Potentials.
Radosh notes Beard's call for a ""corporatist society"" based on economic autarky rather than expansion abroad
Radosh notes Beard's call for a ""corporatist society"" based on economic autarky rather than expansion abroad. Unfortunately, the book is written like a high-school biography, with even less color; Radosh is constantly nudging the reader while failing to give real background on the issues or to present his own judgment. The problem of economic determinants remains an arch undertone while the world view of Taft, in particular, which would help make sense of his inconsistencies, is reduced to fear of personal isolation.
First published in 1975, Prophets on the Right examines the views of five conservative critics of. .how his recent political reorientation, from left to right, has affected his interpretation of the views of the "prophets.
Recommend this journal.
Ronald Radosh, American History educator. Member Organisation American Hists. Senior fellow Hudson Institute, Washington, 1996, adjunct senior fellow, since 2003.
Ronald Radosh, most recently the author of Commies: A Journey Through the Old Left, the New Left and the Leftover Left, a neoconservative assessment of the history of the American left, has penned a new introduction for a book that no neoconservative could have written: Radosh’s own Prophets on the Right: Profiles of Conservative Critics of American Globalism.
Prophets on the Right: Profiles of Conservative Critics of American Globalism, by Ronald Radosh, New York .
Can the Vital Center Hold?-the concluding chapter of George Nash's fine history-raises important questions about the nature of the conservative intellectual tradition. A 1970's neoconservatism has been forming from a coalition of conservatives and Vital Center-a phrase initiated by Arthur Schlesinger, J. cold-war liberals.