A distinguished cast of some of the world's finest political and legal theorists presents a definitive critique of Michael Sandel's widely read and hugely influential Democracy's Discontent. Sandel's liberal and feminist critics square off with his communitarian and civic republican sympathizers in a lively and wide-ranging discussion spanning constitutional law, culture, and political economy. This is essential reading for all those concerned about the future of American politics, law, and public philosophy.
- Publication Date:
- 15 / 10 / 1998