Every Fury on Earth by John H. Summers

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The essays in this volume vary in subject from trends in higher education to the history of the media in presidential politics, from the radical left in San Francisco to the utopian ego driving information technology, and from the intellectual biographies of James Agee and Richard Hofstadter to Christopher Hitchens and C. Wright Mills. No one theme or person or subject dominates. Although the essays are in spirit critical, they do not advance the interests of any party or group or milieu.

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Published October 21, 2008 by The Davies Group Publishers. 212 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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His essay “The Toughest Job” is an especially succinct explication of the class divide in academia, one that has made writing teachers “the largest, oldest, and most abused contingent of non-tenured instructors in higher education.” Class also rears its ugly head in “History as Vocation,” an acad...

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