Harold Laski (1893-1950)
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Harold Laski (1893-1950) a biographical memoir. by Kingsley Martin

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"The British scholar and pundit Harold J. Laski exercised tremendous influence on American intellectuals from the era of World War I to that of the early Cold War. Best combines pathbreaking narrative with a trenchant critique of Laski's analysis of American life and policy. The research is thorough, the prose clear. The work makes a real contribution."--Justus D. Doenecke, Professor of. Author: Harold Laski; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: Political Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This timeless classic by Harold J. Laski explains the nature of the modern state by examining its characteristics, as revealed by its history. Harold Laski. Harold Laski, the second of the three children of Nathan Laski (–) and his wife, Sarah Frankenstein (–), was born in Manchester on 30th June, His father was a successful cotton exporter and a leading local figure in the Liberal Party. Laski was educated at Manchester Grammar School.   Laski is one of the links between what might be called the "old left" of the pre-World War II era and the "new left" of the 's and later. Harold J. Laski () was an esteemed British political scientist, economist, author, and lecturer. He taught at McGill University and Harvard.

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