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In this ultimate second of the Epic Human trip, we take you on a fictional psychic trip into one of many many roads that lie forward for humanity. this can be the main intimate, sincere and private tale we have now ever advised, added within the kind of a scrapbook reminiscing on an entire life — from 2007–2047. Adbusters #111 is a time-capsule from the longer term, a imaginative and prescient, a caution, a repository of knowledge, a pragmatic post-crash survival consultant … that can assist you to navigate either the darkish instances and the possibilities which lie ahead.
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Intellectuals born at the turn of the century--Lewis Mumford (1 895- ), b i g h t Macdonald (1906-82), Edmund Wilson ( 18951972)-represent classical American intelleduals; they lived their lives by way of b k s , reviews, and ~oumalism;they never or nrely taught in universities. They were superb essayists and graceful writers, easily writing for a larger public. They were also something more: iconolasts, critics, polemicists, who deferred to no one, The generation born around 1920-Alfred Kazin (191 5- ), Daniel Bell (1919- ), Irving Howe (1920- )--might be called transitional.
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