The Roots of Progressive Thought

04/17/2010

Today progressive philosophy and liberalism seem inseparably joined, but it was not always so. Progressive thought and Marxism are kissing cousins, tracing their roots back to philosopher Georg Friedrich Hegel. It wasn’t until after World War I and especially World War II that progressive thought pushed through its gradual process of co-opting classic liberalism. Professor Ronald Pestritto from Hillsdale college (www.hillsdale.edu) is author of the book, “Woodrow Wilson and the Roots of Modern Liberalism.”

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