Thursday, January 10, 2008

Bruce Thornton has nice words for Jonah Goldberg's Liberal Fascism

at Victor Davis Hanson's Private Papers:

Goldberg, a syndicated columnist and editor at the National Review, modestly calls himself a journalist. But he has in fact written a well-documented, fast-paced history of modern politics and political philosophy. Along the way, he sweeps away self-serving liberal and progressive myths, and recovers the true roots of progressive/liberal politics — in the deification of the state as the instrument of utopian aspirations, the same dynamic of 20th century fascism.

I look forward to getting my copy.

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