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50 Years of Dissent by Mills, Nicolaus & Michael Walzer, ed.
50 Years of Dissent
by Mills, Nicolaus & Michael Walzer, ed.
 
Dissent was founded in 1954 by intellectuals angered by the rightward drift of the country but uneasy with the dogmatism they saw on the American left, and it has provoked debates about political ideas and about American and global issues ever since. This provocative book--a collection of articles published in Dissent over the past fifty years--presents essays from each decade of Dissent’s life that reveal how the magazine viewed that era, along with a new foreword to each section written by a contemporary Dissenter that provides perspective on the period. Articles include: *}les include:{ook--a collection of articles publi *}les include:{ook--a collection of arti *}les include:{ook--a collection of arti *}les include:{ook--a collection of art *}les include:{ook--a collection of a * }les include:{ook--a collection of arti * }les include:{ “I find these essays impressive not only in their quality but also in their surprising relevance to political life today.”--Robert Dahl, author of How Democratic Is the American Constitution?
 
Published July, 2004 by Yale, Paperback, 384 Pages, ISBN: 9780300103694, ISBN-10: 0300103697, List Price $29.00.

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