Hans J. Morgenthau, The Purpose of American Politics, and the Crisis of 1929: Some Reflections on Their Relevance Today
This article examines Hans Morgenthau's views of the economic crisis of 1929 as outlined in his 1960 book, The Purpose of American Politics, which he defined as “the achievement of equality in freedom.” The article presents the political and economic ideas of a scholar known for his contributions to American foreign policy. It contains his interpretations of the crisis and the New Deal and comments on their relevance today.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2009-07-01
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