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For the postwar peace, he preferred to minimize direct government intervention and manipulate the economy through fiscal and other incentives. — Tony Judt

Tony Judt Postwar Quotes By Tony Judt

Dissent and dissidence are overwhelmingly the work of the young. It is not by chance that the men and women who initiated the French Revolution, like the reformers and planners of the New Deal and postwar Europe, were distinctly younger than those who had gone before. Rather than resign themselves, young people are more likely to look at a problem and demand that it be solved. — Tony Judt

Tony Judt Postwar Quotes By Tony Judt

And few can deny that welfarism, taken to extremes, carries a whiff of do as you're told!: there were moments in postwar Scandinavia when the enthusiasm for eugenics and social efficiency suggested not just a certain insensitivity to recent history but also to the natural human desire for autonomy and independence. — Tony Judt