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Review: The Strange Triumph of Liberal Democracy: Europe's Ideological Contest

Reviewed Works: Contesting Democracy: Political Ideas in Twentieth—Century Europe by JAN-WERNER MÜLLER; How to Change the World: Reflections on Marx and Marxism by ERIC HOBSBAWM
Review by: Shlomo Avineri
Foreign Affairs
Vol. 91, No. 1 (JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2012), pp. 68-74
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23217149
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The Strange Triumph of Liberal Democracy: Europe's Ideological Contest
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Abstract

Intelligent observers of Europe in the 1930s thought its future belonged to communism or fascism and would have ridiculed the notion that decades later the entire continent would be democratic. New books by Jan-Werner Müller and Eric Hobsbawm illuminate the changing fortunes of the continent's great ideologies.

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