tural phenomena, and Marxism cropsnup often enough: for instance, Laschnasserts that one of the difficulties withncontemporary education is that it is regardednas a "commodity" to be consumed;nhe attempts to blame industrialismnin part for the breakdown of thenfamily; and he indulges in ritual denunciationsnof capitalist advertising. In thenfinal analysis, though . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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