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|On the one hand, there stood an older generation of planners and social theorists|
. Heirs to the managerialist ... “My generation of the Sixties, with all our great
ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses.” —CAMILLE PAGLIA It
was a ...
|He runs away from time, which is made of thought, and yet all he can feel is his |
own time, the present. - Montale ... Orwell, George My generation of the Sixties,
with all our great ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses. - Paglia ...
|These people, both my friends and my enemies who are here, aren't coming to |
see me act like a lady. So I thought I'd ... But my generation of the Sixties, with all
of our great ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses. We have to ...
|Beauty is our weapon against nature; by it we make objects, giving them limit, |
symmetry, proportion. Beauty halts ... Paglia, Camille My generation of the Sixties
, with all our great ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses. - Paglia
|Slouching Towards Gomorrah is a penetrating, devastatingly insightful exposť of a country in crisis at the end of the millennium, where the rise of modern liberalism, which stresses the dual forces of radical egalitarianism (the equality ...|
|The internationally bestselling novel by the author of A Kiss Before Dying, The Boys from Brazil, and Rosemary's Baby With an Introduction by Peter Straub For Joanna, her husband, Walter, and their children, the move to beautiful Stepford ...|
|Thomas Piketty's findings in this ambitious, original, rigorous work will transform debate and set the agenda for the next generation of thought about wealth and inequality.|
|The Closing of the American Mind, a publishing phenomenon in hardcover, is now a paperback literary event.|
|Presents a groundbreaking investigation into the origins of morality at the core of religion and politics, offering scholarly insight into the motivations behind cultural clashes that are polarizing America.|
|Benet Davetian's masterful study Civility: A Cultural History responds to this question through a historical, social, and psychological discussion of the civility practices in three nations - England, France, and the United States.|