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 Contributors offer a broad range of insights into Hodgson’s thesis, considering it in the context of historiography, its roots in the 1930s, and its relation to Keynesian thought and policy. . . . Essential. For collections in US history at all levels. --
--Choice

 An excellent series of essays on the concept of the "liberal consensus." . . . Provocative, thoughtful, and persuasive. --
--Journal of American History

 Provocative, thoughtful, and persuasive. --
--Journal of American History


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