The Communitarian Constitution

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Bowling Alone, the title of Robert Putnam's 1995 article (later a bestselling book) perfectly captured a sense of national unease: Somewhere along the way, America had become a nation divided by apathy, and the bonds that held together civil society were disappearing. But while the phrase resonated with our growing sense of atomization, it didn't describe a new phenomenon. The fear that isolation has eroded our social bonds had simmered for at least two decades, when communitarianism first emerged as a cogent political ...

The Communitarian Constitution 2006, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

ISBN-13: 9780801885389

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The Communitarian Constitution 2004, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

ISBN-13: 9780801877827

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