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Reinventing Liberalism

Comments on the book by Ola Innset

  • Karen Horn
From the journal ORDO

Reviewed Publication:

Ola Innset, Reinventing Liberalism. The Politics, Philosophy and Economics of Early Neoliberalism (1920–1947), Springer, Cham 2020, 196 pages


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