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A World Made Safe for Differences: Cold War Intellectuals and the Politics of Identity

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In A World Made Safe for Differences, Christopher Shannon examines how an anthropological definition of culture shaped the central political and social narratives of the Cold War era. In the middle decades of the twentieth century, American intellectuals understood culture as a "whole way of life" and a "pattern of values" in order to account for and accommodate difference ...more
Paperback, American Intellectual Culture, 155 pages
Published December 13th 2005 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (first published December 20th 2000)
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