Irrational and Rational
Publication Date: 01-01-1995
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DescriptionIn its domestic manifestations anti-Americanism may be equated with alienation, or an embittered radical social criticism. Abroad it may take the form of nationalism, anti-capitalism, and protest against modernity. This volume examines the phenomenon within American society and aboard, especially among intellectuals.
Editorial Reviews"[Anti-Americanism] ought to be on the reference shelves of everyone who loves freedom and likes a good laugh."—Paul Johnson, Sunday Telegraph "Hollander is thoughtful and thoroughą[he] avoids cheap shotsąThe resultąis something like an encyclopedia of received ideas of ęmiddle class radicalism'ąOne of his appealing traits is an intellectual honesty." —Naomi Bliven, The New Yorker "Mr. Hollanderądemonstrates conclusively that a permanent adversarial culture exists in the U.S. and it will not quit being alienatedąsimply because the Communist alternative has collapsed." —Morton Kondracke, New York Times
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