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The Geographical (Or At Least Linguistic) Distribution of "Neoliberalism"; or Fun with NGrams!

This post is a follow-up to my post of a week ago, “The Strange, Transatlantic Career of ‘Neoliberalism.”  I wanted to think just a bit more about where the term “neoliberalism” has come from, what it’s doing in our discourse today, and how its use might help–and might not help–U.S. intellectual historians do the kinds of things we do.  I was going to do all these things in one post.  But in the interests of time and space (and of giving me something to blog about for the next several weeks as OU’s semester begins and I get more busy), Read more