Despite a few lapses into over-the-top liberal bashing, conservative pundit Jonah Goldberg mostly attempts a sober identification of key intellectual connections between contemporary American liberalism and early twentieth-century European fascism in Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning (2008). His chapter on Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal is particularly effective because it documents leftist intellectuals approval of aspects of the New Deal they considered similar to Italian fascism.
|Other Independent Review articles by Steven G. Horwitz|
|Winter 2013||The Reality of the Wartime Economy: More Historical Evidence on Whether World War II Ended the Great Depression|
|Spring 2009||Wal-Mart to the Rescue: Private Enterprises Response to Hurricane Katrina|
|Summer 2001||From Smith to Menger to Hayek: Liberalism in the Spontaneous-Order Tradition|
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