Why Liberalism Failed

Patrick Deneen (b. 1964) is Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, USA, where he specialises in the analysis of political theory. His fourth book, Why Liberalism Failed was published in 2018, and has been so well-received that it has been translated into ten languages. The book is a critique of political, social, and economic liberalism, particularly as it is practiced by both American conservatives and progressives. The author argues that liberalism has exhausted itself, leading to problems such as income inequality, cultural decline, the erosion of freedoms, and the growth of powerful, centralized bureaucracies.

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  • The author and his work: Patrick Deneen – American political scientist.
  • The structure of: Why Liberalism Failed.
  • The key arguments of: Why Liberalism Failed.
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