In this Issue
Articles in The Good Society respond to the premise that "current versions of socialism and democratic capitalism fail to offer workable visions of a good society and seem increasingly to contradict such basic values as liberty, democracy, equality, and environmental sustainability." The journal publishes outstanding dialectical articles on the pressing political, social, religious, and legal questions facing twenty-first-century society and aims to "create a theoretical basis for the eventual restructuring of real world political-economic systems."
published byPenn State University Press
viewing issueVolume 20, Number 2, 2011
Table of Contents
- Learning How Not to Be Good: A Plebeian Perspective
- pp. 184-202
- DOI: 10.1353/gso.2011.0013
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