7 edition of The Baffler found in the catalog.
December 1997 by Distributed Art Pub Inc (Dap) .
Written in English
|Contributions||Matt Weiland (Editor), Diamonds Mulcahey (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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Yes, it looks like another midlevel motivational speaker with a book, a website, and a coupla’ TED talks running on YouTube. At this point, though, you feel a pang of courage. The Baffler book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Poetry. Fiction. Cultural Writing. Edited by Thomas Frank, featuring work by P /5(18). And two or three times a year this thick, dense book-like magazine arrives packed with thoughtful social, artistic and economic commentary, a tiny bit of poetry, almost no advertising, and the always insightful article from Thomas Frank (who edited the Baffler up until issue #18, although he still contributes.)3/5(2).
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In the "old" Gilded Age, the barons of business accumulated vast wealth and influence from their railroads, steel mills, and banks.4/5(14). For twenty-five years and counting, The Baffler has been the invigorating voice of dissent against these developments, in the grand tradition of The American Mercury and the muckrakers.
In this, The Baffler ’s classic collection, you’ll find the best of the magazine’s writing from the roaring nineties, the decade of bullishness, self-help.
The s and s have seen an enormous increase in the power of business over the American mind. Not since the Gilded Age have the robber barons of business accumulated more wealth or won more popular attention.
But where the tycoons of yore built railroads or banks, today culture stands at the heart of American enterprise and mass entertainment has become its economic dynamo.4/5(2).
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white uncoated stock with matte lay-flat lamination, prints two sides Printer: Bookmobile We scanned these “historic” issues of The Baffler, the covers and interiors. Thomas Frank is the author of Pity the Billionaire, The Wrecking Crew, What's the Matter with Kansas, One Market Under God and others.
Frank is a former opinion columnist for The Wall Street Journal and is the founding editor of The Baffler and a monthly columnist for Harper's.4/5(1).
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First, a fire completely destroyed Baffler's Chicago headquarters in Then, founding editor Tom Frank became a bestselling author, thanks to his book " What's the Matter with Kansas.
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The Baffler has a reputation of being an acerbic liberal voice. But in many ways, it is a generalist publication, really in the center of the political spectrum, targeting the left and the right alike with good, smart journalism and writing. The Baffler, a hyper-intellectual, sometimes satirical, left-wing publication, launched its latest issue, no.
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