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Jerry Rubin’s Do It!

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Jerry Rubin
Do It! Scenarios of the Revolution
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970

Much to my surprise, Jerry Rubin has exceeded my expectations. To some, he was the voice of a generation. To others, he’s a symbol of everything that went wrong with some of the Boomers, and in particular the faults of the hippy-dippy counterculture. Read more …

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Philosophical Psychopathy:
Norman Mailer’s “The White Negro”

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Norman Mailer became a much-celebrated author of several novels, some quite dreadful, as well as a founder of The Village Voice. He wrote numerous essays, of which “The White Negro: Superficial Reflections on the Hipster” became the most famous. It essentially served as an iconic manifesto for the nascent Counterculture. The following is a distillation and analysis of its ponderous sentences and floating abstractions. Read more …

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Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young’s Déjà Vu

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Déjà Vu, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s first recording as a quartet, was released on this day, March 11th, in 1970. It was greeted with a mixed reception by critics at the time of its release, but has since come to be included in innumerable “best of” lists and is frequently cited as the best work of the group. Taken as a whole, Déjà Vu displays impressive attention to detail and warm, friendly tone, but similarly lacks Read more …

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Martin Luther King, Establishment Icon

Martin Luther King with Nelson Rockefeller in 1961.

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Every year, the third Monday of January is designated Martin Luther King Day, and the much-lauded paragon of “passive resistance” and “equality” is praised to high heaven with the aura of sainthood, or even godhood, perhaps only equalled by his South African counterpart, Nelson Mandela. I will not argue here whether desegregation has improved anyone’s lot, blacks included, any more than the dismantling of apartheid did, other than its having intended to create an “inclusive economy,” as the Rockefeller Foundation and others call it, and an expanded consumption market.

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الأمريكان ذو الأصول الأوروبية واليهود، فيتنام ونيبال

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بقلم : سي. إف. روبنسون

ديفيد مارانِس
مضوا إلى الشمس: الحرب والسلم، فيتنام وأمريكا 1967
نيويورك: سيمون و سكوستر، 2003 Read more …

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Yankees, Jews, Vietnam, & Napalm

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David Maraniss
They Marched Into Sunlight: War & Peace Vietnam & America, 1967
New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003

The Vietnam War was fought in two theaters. The first was between the Americans and the Communists in Vietnam, and the second was between pro- and anti-war factions on college campuses and other places across the United States. Read more …

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Lo que los Neocons entendieron bien:
Una reseña de Arguing the World

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El documental de Joseph Dorman, Arguing the World (1998), y el respectivo libro (Arguing the World: The New York Intellectuals in their Own Words, 2000) cuentan la historia de cuatro intelectuales judíos de Nueva York. — Daniel Bell (1919–2011), Nathan Glazer (1923), Irving Kristol (1920–2009), y Irving Howe (1920–1993) — quienes tuvieron un impacto tremendo y duradero en ámbitos académicos, decisiones políticas y la cultura en general.  Read more …

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