By Peter Schwartz
Vol. 4, No. 18, contains the following:
“The ‘Anti-Liberal’ Campaign”: How the presidential race represents a rejection of the “liberal” label—but an embrace of liberalism’s substance. “Is Liberalism Dead?”: The pragmatic attempts to make liberalism “work” by putting it in non-ideological packaging. “The Presidential Candidates”: The Dukakis-Bush campaign as a hopeless choice between a more competent version of Jesse Jackson and a more altruistic version of Ronald Reagan. This issue also contains short notes.
Publication date: November 11, 1988