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    The Committee for Cultural Freedom and the Roots of McCarthyism.Gary B. Bullert - 2013 - Education and Culture 29 (2):25-52.
    Founded on May 14, 1939 by John Dewey and Sidney Hook, the Committee for Cultural Freedom (CCF) has been acknowledged as the most formidable anti-Stalinist liberal organization. Its first public statement of principles endeavored to demarcate the salient incommensurable conflict between democratic and totalitarian societies. Amidst a political climate, particularly in New York City, where Communist influence reached its zenith, the CCF dissected the core premise of the Popular Front by naming the Soviet Union a totalitarian state. It proclaimed that, (...)
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  2. The Disputed Legacy of Sidney Hook.Gary Bullert - 2022 - Lexington Books.
    Sidney Hook’s controversial career as a public intellectual grounded in pragmatic liberalism solidified him as the leading liberal critic of liberalism. Hook forthrightly advocated American democratic principles against a legion of attackers. The controversies he addressed are very much at the center of public life today.
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  3. The Politics of John Dewey.Gary Bullert & Sidney Hook - 1984 - Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 20 (4):479-485.
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    The Politics of John Dewey.Gary Bullert - 1983 - Prometheus Books.
    Dewey's enduring insights into democratic politics are still relevant today. Dewey grounded his political ideals historically within the American democratic experience and sought to adapt Jeffersonian idealism to the corporate-industrial age. Like Jefferson, Dewey maintained that the roots of the American political tradition are moral, not merely a means to material gain. Dewey's theory of democracy was designed to reconcile freedom with authority, social stability with the need for reform, and universal standards with specific circumstances.
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    John Dewey on War and Fascism: A Response.Gary Bullert - 1989 - Educational Theory 39 (1):71-80.
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