No Respect: Intellectuals & Popular Culture

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Routledge, 1989 - Intellectuals - 269 pages
Shows how and why the cultural authority of modern intellectuals is bound up with the changing face of popular taste in America over the past fifty years.

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No respect: intellectuals & popular culture

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This examines the effect of the intellectual community on popular culture and is freqently incomprehensible. Ross, author of The Failure of Modernism (Columbia Univ. Pr., 1986), says it best himself ... Read full review

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Not a bad rundown of the struggle intellectuals have had with Popular Culture, particularly on the Left. Read full review

Contents

Reading the Rosenberg Letters
15
Containing Culture in the Cold War
42
Hip and the Long Front of Color
65
Copyright

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