The Baffler no. 16

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Nascar, How Proud a Sound! / June 2003

 

The backlash is back, the New Economy is dead, and Thomas Frank does a close reading of Ann Coulter, uncovering the remarkable similarities between the newest of rights and the oldest of lefts. Kenneth Neil Cukier reminisces about the salad days of New Economy journalism. Steve Featherstone reminisces about the management practices of New Economy offices. Paul Maliszewski writes the original—and, to this day, the most thorough—demolition of Richard Florida’s “creative class” theory. Dan Raeburn rescues the reputation of Baffler household god H. L. Mencken. Ana Marie Cox reads paperback potboilers. Dubravka Ugrešić remembers happy days under Communism. Dan Kelly builds plastic models of movie monsters.

Publication date: June 2003
Pages: 96 pages
Formats: eBook, print
Publisher: The Baffler


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