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ALIGNMENTS: EDUCATION AND THE NEW CAPITALISM (WEEK 9)

JAMES PAUL GEE

ALIGNMENTS: EDUCATION AND THE NEW CAPITALISM (WEEK 9)

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  The 21 st century is so different from the 19 th where ‘alignments’ and, more fundamentally, modes of political and productive organization are concerned that terms at home in the earlier era Author: Robert Hockett. [From Reflections on America, An Orwell Robert Mulvihill. Athens and London, University of Georgia Press, ] In a recent and well-known article, Norman Podhoretz has attempted to conscript George Orwell into the ranks of neoconservative enthusiasts for the newly revitalized cold war with the Soviet Union. 1 If Orwell were alive . Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, a regulara contributor to the ISR, is author of "Rediscovering race and class after Katrina," ISR 44 (November-December ). She is a member of the International Socialist Organization. Page references are for the Free Press edition of Black Reconstruction ().She can be reached at [email protected] 1 Eric Foner, Reconstruction: America’s .


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