Fred Siegel



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Richest Man In Babylon For ...

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The Prince of the City: Giu...

3.63 avg rating — 91 ratings — published 2005 — 13 editions
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The Revolt Against the Mass...

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The Future Once Happened He...

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The Crisis of Liberalism: P...

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Investing for Cowards

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Annual Editions: Urban Soci...

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Revolt Against the Masses: ...

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Urban Society (The Annual E...

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“the dole replaced the former reliance on hard work and self-betterment that had led earlier generations to improve their lot.”
Fred Siegel, The Crisis of Liberalism: Prelude to Trump

“Academics, think-tank executives, scientists, and high-level bureaucrats, as well as well-educated managers of major companies and their technical staff, are naturally attracted to the idea of a society ruled by professional experts with “enlightened” values—that is, by people much like themselves.10 This”
Fred Siegel, The Crisis of Liberalism: Prelude to Trump

“H. G. Wells envisioned an “emergent class of capable men” who could take upon themselves the responsibility of “controlling and restricting very greatly” the “non-functional masses.” Wells predicted that this new elite would replace democracy with “a higher organism,” which he called “the New Republic.”
Fred Siegel, The Crisis of Liberalism: Prelude to Trump



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