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From the PublisherFounded in 1954, the periodical Dissent has sparked debates about political ideas and about American and global issues ever since. This provocative collection of articles published in Dissent over the past fifty years shows why. Contributors from Norman Mailer to Theodore Draper to Michael Kazin offer enlightening perspectives on each fascinating decade.
"I find this volume of essays impressive not only in their quality but also in their surprising relevance to political life today."—Robert Dahl, author of How Democratic Is the American Constitution?