Are We Good Citizens?: Affairs Political, Literary, and Academic
Teachers College Press, 2001 - 162 Seiten
With keen observation and uncommon flair, Harvey Kaye presents a critical and democratic perspective on American politics, letters, and higher education in this vibrant collection of essays.
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God Sex and the Blues
The Emergence of Class Politics?
Dear Mr President A Plea for a Progressive Legacy
Conservative Chutzpah RadicalDemocratic Hopes
The Peoples Team The Green Bay Packersor The Super Bowl as Political Drama with Isaac Kramnick
FDR A Great but Flawed Presidentor Visiting the New Memorial
Labor and the Intellectuals A New Cultural Front?
UpEnding the End of History Redeeming Americas Prophetic Memory
Remembering and Honoring Our Fathers or Democratic Generations
Fanning the Spark of Hope in the Past The British Marxist Historians
Are We Good Citizens?
A Nation of Teachers
Starting All Over Again
Back in the Saddle and Loving It Post Sabbatical Thoughts
Search for Sixties Soul
Getting Back Our Bite
1848 And All Thator a Vision of Poetry in Motion
The Third Way Is the Wrong Way
Signs of Life American History Memory and Democracy
In Bookstores Bigger Can Be Better
Reading the Rightor Its a Dirty Job But
Writing for Kidsor in Praise of Juvenile Efforts
Are Americans More Inquisitive
Send in the Historiansor The Yanks Are Coming Over There
A Yank in Londonor Love and Class Struggles
History and the Great Balloon Debate
The Nest Starts to Emptyor You Can See Her from Monticello
Felicity at the Barricades
Pilgrims with Tales to Tell
Turning 50 on the Eve of 2000
The Dialectic of Mentoring
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