tions that give rise to political movements,nthey deny the possibility of thendiscussion of ideas necessary for politicalnphilosophy. The general directionsnof "progress" and "reaction" are givens,ndefined for them by "history." Theirnbooks serve as reportage of movementnalong the continuum. When they transcendnthe torpor of this reportage, theynact as agents of . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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