The end of ideology : on the exhaustion of political ideas in the fifties

@article{Bell1960TheEO,
  title={The end of ideology : on the exhaustion of political ideas in the fifties},
  author={Daniel A. Bell},
  journal={American Sociological Review},
  year={1960},
  volume={25},
  pages={754}
}
  • D. Bell
  • Published 23 January 1960
  • Economics
  • American Sociological Review
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