By Donald K. Pickens
Leon H. Keyserling: A revolutionary Economist is the insightful biography of the existence and regarded the influential liberal reformer Leon H. Keyserling. via studying Keyserling's existence within the context of integrative liberalism, an often-overlooked philosophy of reform within the moment 1/2 the 20 th century, the biography goals to discover the origins of the concept that of integrative liberalism and Keyserling's contribution to the idea that via his guidelines and politics.
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The machine age had replaced the oxcart age. ” The national economy had developed far beyond any limits suggested by state lines. ”21 Insisting that the moral law underwrote his legislative ideas, Wagner believed that just social legislation prevented revolution. 22 Wagner’s religious pilgrimage was one indication of how urban liberalism eventually became integrative liberalism. His religious cultural pluralism often gave his contemporaries the impression that he was a member of a particular denomination.
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Tugwell’s influence on Keyserling was life-long. In Chapter Five the Keynes and Keyserling relationship is analyzed. Clearly Tugwell’s intellectual presence was significant to their ideological relationship. Tugwell was an influential member of the institutionalist school. His intellectual ancestors were Simon Patten and Thorstein Veblen. Institutional economics significantly contributed to progressivism. For example, Richard Ely’s (1854–1943) Outline of Economics and Socialism and Social Reform were widely read.