Lecture by Brian McGrath, S.J. on "Some Philosophers and American Democracy', 1954
Power, Daniel E.
NBC University of the Air
Produced by Georgetown University for the University of the Air. The lecture is the third in a series on Wellsprings of American Democracy. Daniel E. Power, S.J. introduces Brian McGrath, S.J., Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, who speaks on the topic of "Some Philosophers and American Democracy." McGrath begins with a review of what might be termed the basic philosophical positions of American Government and explores how the history of human experience allowed mankind to arrive at these positions.
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