Right Turn: John T. Flynn And The Transformation Of American Liberalism

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John T. Flynn, a prolific writer, columnist for the New Republic, Harper's Magazine, and Collier's Weekly, radio commentator, and political activist, was described by the New York Times in 1964 as “a man of wide-ranging contradictions.” In this new biography of Flynn, John E. Moser fleshes out his many contradictions and profound influence on U.S. history and political discourse.In the 1930s, Flyn...

Hardcover: 277 pages
Publisher: NYU Press (April 1, 2005)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0814757006
ISBN-13: 978-0814757000
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4577292
Format: PDF ePub fb2 djvu ebook

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I started reading this book four years ago but stopped after one chapter. I wasn't captivated with John Flynn nor the historical relationship. I was leaving on a three hour flight last week and needed something to read and decided to give it anothe...

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extensive regulation of the economy, the breakup of holding companies, and heavy taxes on the wealthy. A mere fifteen years later he was denouncing the New Deal as “creeping socialism,” calling for an abolition of the income tax, and hailing Senator Joseph McCarthy and his fellow anticommunists as saviors of the American Republic. Yet throughout his career he insisted that he had remained true to the principles of liberalism as he understood them.It was America's political culture that changed, he argued, and not his values and views. Drawing on Flynn’s life and his prolific writings, Moser illuminates how liberalism in America changed during the mid-twentieth century and considers whether Flynn’s ideological odyssey was the product of opportunism, or the result of a set of deep-seated principles that he championed consistently over the years. In addition, Right Turn examines Flynn’s role in laying the foundations for the “culture war” that would be played out in American society for the rest of the century, helping to define modern American conservatism.