Corruptions of Empire

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Verso, 1988/10/17 - 540 ページ
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“The implied narrative of this collection is the journalist’s background, the imperial myths that helped to shape him, the impulse to exile and his encounter with the Reagan era. The background, the myths and the impulse to exile form the first three sections of this book, whose overall architecture will, I hope, give some sense of the terms in which I have viewed my trade.”—Alexander Cockburn, from the introduction
 

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Corruptions of empire: life studies & the Reagan era

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The first 40 pages of this hefty selection of published political journalism and cultural observations focus on Cockburn's English roots. What follows is a barrage of criticism directed at the ... レビュー全文を読む

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Imperial Emblems
41
Countries Lost and Found
73
Tastes of the Times
105
War Fevers
151
Terms of the Trade
179
PART TWO An Archive of the Reagan Era 19761988
227
For a complete list of titles in this section see p
525
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Alexander Cockburn co-edits CounterPunch with Jeffrey St. Clair. Together they have written Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press and A Dime's Worth of Difference: Beyond the Lesser of Two Evils.

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