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Top customer reviews
The analysis is timely and persuasive, and insightful reading for activists, cynics and those disorientated by what's presented as current affairs. I won't summarise the argument: the essay itself can do that, and is easily digested in one or two readings. But it introduces a broader problem about how political discourses are framed to which its target audience on the Left should brew over more broadly.Read more ›
If I were to make a criticism of the piece it's that whilst the breadth of coverage of culture and ideas makes for an enjoyable read and helps to show the diverse ways in which the author's argument can be seen it would be interesting if some of the cultural and political phenomena as well as the theories discussed were covered in more depth - though I'm sure this is a future project.