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"What I find most thrilling about Marsh's study is its rejection of traditional approaches to modernism as a purely aesthetic practice, together with its implicit assertion that modernist poetic strategies are responses to transformations in material culture. By addressing the Jeffersonian roots of the literary resistance to the authority of money, as well as the financial practices of centralized banks and the alternative recommendations of Social Credit adherents, Marsh presents cultural issues that are fundamental to our current rethinking of modernity and modernism."
—Bryce Conrad, Texas Tech University