Auteur: Duberman, Martin
Titel: Left Out
Sub titel: The Politics of Exclusion: Essays 1964-2002
The author argues that identity-based movements - black power, gay liberation, feminism - have created a vital and controversial change in American consciousness. His collection of essays here traces this evolution of thought to the history of dissent from abolitionism through the New Left to contemporary organizing. Presenting summations of Duberman's views on such matters as race, foreign policy, gender and sexuality, the book offers incisive analyses of the split between class-based and identity-based politics on the Left. This edition, updated through 2002, includes three new essays: "The State of Gay Studies", "Queer Economic Justice", and "Jewish Radicals, Effeminacy, and the Rise of Gay Chauvinism".
2002, 528 pag., Euro 22
South End Press, Boston, ISBN 896086720
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