First published in 1957, this book is a detailed analysis on Christian Democracy, a movement backed by Protestants as well as Catholics, which has become one of the great social forces of Western Europe. It is strong in eight countries. The first half of Fogarty’s book sets out what the many Christian-Democratic movements stand for. The second part of the book shows how these movements began, how they have grown, changed, and consolidated, and how they developed into the mid-20th century. This is a broad and useful survey which delves the history, nature and significance of the Christian Democratic movements in Europe. In Fogarty’s analysis, Christian Democracy may indeed bring about a renewed unity of the Christian tradition in Western society.
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2. The Sources of Christian Democratic Programmes
3. Personalist, Not Individualist
4. Pluralist, Not Collectivist – ‘Horizontal’ and ‘Vertical’ Pluralism
5. Pluralist, Not Collectivist – ‘Horizontal’ Pluralism Individual, Family, and Age Group
6. Pluralist, Not Collectivist – ‘Horizontal’ Pluralism – Industry, Firm, Social Class
7. Pluralist, Not Collectivist – ‘Horizontal’ Pluralism – From the Neighbourhood to the International Community
8. Conservative but Not Traditionalist
9. Social Control – Objectives and Sanctions
10. Social Control – Mechanisms
11. The Rise of Christian Democracy, 1820-1880- Church and State (i)
12. The Rise of Christian Democracy, 1820-1880- Church and State (ii)
13. The Rise of Christian Democracy, 1820-1880 - Introduction
14. The Rise of Christian Democracy, 1820-1880 – The Protestants Enter the Stream
15. The Rise of Christian Democracy, 1820-1880 – The Rise of the Workers’ Movements (i)
16. The Rise of Christian Democracy, 1820-1880 – The Rise of the Workers’ Movements (ii)
17. 1880-1950: Management, Middle-Class, and Farmer’s Movements (i)
18. 1880-1950: Management, Middle-Class, and Farmer’s Movements (ii)
19. 1880-1950: The Youth and Family Movements
20. 1880-1950: The Christian Democratic Political Parties (i)
21. The Political Parties (ii)
22. From 1950: Is a New Orientation In Sight?
23. Is There A New Orientation?
24. Christian Democracy in the Perspective of Church History
Index of National Organisations
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