Gabriel Kolko

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Gabriel Morris Kolko was a revisionist historian, one of the most notable of the New Left movement of the 1960's.[1]

He is best known for his book The Triumph of Conservatism.

Despite standing for just about everything Libertarians believe in, Kolko has become a popular historian among them.[2][3][4]

Works

  • Distribution of Income in the United States, (1955)
  • Wealth & Power in America, (1969)
  • The Roots of American Foreign Policy: An Analysis of Power and Purpose, (1969)
  • Railroads and Regulation, 1877–1916, (1970)
  • The Limits of Power, (1972)
  • Main Currents in Modern American History, (1976)
  • The Triumph of Conservatism, (1977)
  • Confronting the Third World, (1988)
  • The Politics of War: The World and United States Foreign Policy, 1943-1945, (1990)
  • Anatomy of a War: Vietnam, the United States, and the Modern Historical Experience, (1994)
  • Century of War: Politics, Conflicts, and Society since 1914, (1995)
  • Vietnam: Anatomy of a Peace, (1997)
  • After Socialism: Reconstructing Critical Social Thought, (2006)
  • The Age of War: The United States Confronts the World, (2006)
  • World in Crisis: The End of the American Century, (2009)
  • Another Century of War?, (2011)

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