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Modernism/ModernityWollaeger gives [the debate about art's relationship to propaganda] new purchase by stressing the emergence of modern propaganda . . . and by showing how the last century's propaganda outlets served as both a testing ground and a charger, a model, and a spur, for modernist innovation. . . . Modernism can help us resist propaganda today, Wollaeger suggests smartly, not because it has always kept its distance but because, from the beginning, it absorbed propaganda's tricks.
— Rebecca L. Walkowitz