The Public Interest

Psychology on our minds

Alan Wolfe

Winter 1996

EVERY modern political ideology has been inseparable from a particular social science. Classical liberalism and economics grew together. So did sociology and the welfare state.  In the contemporary period, when identity politics is all the rage, psychology, at least of a particular kind, has become a growth industry.

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