Freedom, history, and race in progressive thought

Social Philosophy and Policy 29 (2):220-254 (2012)
Scholarly discussions of the turn of the 20th century progressive movement frequently ignore or give but glancing attention to the progressivesparadoxicals core, principles. The purpose of this paper, accordingly, is to explain the origin and nature of the movement racial views and policies, far from being inconsistent with these principles, were in fact their natural outgrowth. The progressives rejection of the of the American founding in favor of a new conception of chiefly inspired by early 19th century German idealism
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