Beyond Glasnost: The Post-Totalitarian Mind

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University of Chicago Press, Apr 15, 1992 - Social Science - 275 pages
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"Beyond Glasnost is a thoughtful exploration of the past decade's cultural and political ferment in Eastern Europe. It is also something else: an argument—in a deceptively unassuming, anti-ideological voice—about how to conceive of and move toward freedom; an argument that could hardly be more relevant to the roiling debates on the Western left."—Ellen Willis, Village Voice

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Using recent Polish history as a case study, Goldfarb (sociology, New School for Social Research) takes up the theory of totalitarianism where Hannah Arendt left off, focusing on the efforts of ... Read full review

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Jeffrey C. Goldfarb is professor of sociology at the New School for Social Research. He is the author of The Cynical Society and On Cultural Freedom, both published by the University of Chicago Press.

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