Dissent #281 v67
Dissent #281 v67

Dissent #281 v67

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Dissent #281 v67 - Technology and the Crisis of Work

  • Condition: New
  • Language - English
  • 192 Pages
  • 17.78cm x 25.4cm (7" x 10")
  • Published in NYC
  • Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press 
  • Frequency - Quarterly
  • Fall 2020

Dissent is a quarterly magazine of politics and ideas. Founded by Irving Howe and Lewis Coser in 1954, it quickly established itself as one of America’s leading intellectual journals and a mainstay of the democratic left. Dissent has published articles by Hannah Arendt, Richard Wright, Norman Mailer, A. Philip Randolph, Michael Harrington, Dorothy Day, Bayard Rustin, Czesław Miłosz, Barbara Ehrenreich, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Chinua Achebe, Ellen Willis, Octavio Paz, Martha Nussbaum, Roxane Gay, and many others.

Editors: Michael Kazin and Timothy Shenk. Former Editors: Irving Howe, Mitchell CohenMichael Walzer, and David Marcus

Dissent deserves the support of everyone who considers themselves a leftist. In a climate saturated with lame, tamed, cowering mainstream media focused almost entirely on symptom, not disease, Dissent looks at the real issues, and its existence is invaluable.” —Mark Bittman

“Always challenging, occasionally infuriating. Dissent is indispensable for anyone who wants to understand the strange times in which we live.” —Katha Pollitt

“Dissent is one of the noblest and most decent publications in the country.” —Benjamin Kunkel

“A pillar of leftist intellectual provocation”—New York Times

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