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The Nation magazine, since its founding in 1865, began what has become, for better or worse, art criticism as a cultural institution in the United States. This eclectic collection features contributors like Christopher Hitchens on "degenerate art," Heywood Broun on the Artists Congress of 1936, Katherine Anne Porter on children's art, Marianne Moore on the death of Nation ...more
Paperback, 380 pages
Published October 11th 2001 by Nation Books (first published September 9th 2001)
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