War and the Intellectuals: Collected Essays, 1915-1919

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Although he died at the age of thirty-two, Randolph Bourne (1886-1918) left a body of writing on politics, culture, and literature that made him one of the most influential public intellectuals of the twentieth century, and a hero of the American left. The twenty-eight essays of this volume--among them, War and the Intellectuals, the analysis of the warfare state that made Bourne the foremost critic of American entry into World War 1, and Trans-National America, his manifesto for cultural pluralism in America--show Bourne ...

War and the Intellectuals: Collected Essays, 1915-1919 1999, Hackett Publishing Company, Indianapolis, IN

ISBN-13: 9780872205017

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