Recessional : the death of free speech and the cost of a free lunch / David Mamet.
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- ISBN: 9780063158993
- ISBN: 006315899X
- Physical Description: ix, 227 pages : map, illustration ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, New York : Broadside Books, 
- Copyright: ©2022
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Introduction -- The fountain pen -- Cause and effect -- Reds, pinks, and goo-goos -- What's in a name -- Pippa passes -- King Kong -- Some (mainly) musical revelations -- Two hangings -- Various discoveries -- Farther along; or, The accident chain -- On the passivity of Jews -- Bruno Bettelheim and the broke-down cowboy: two American stories -- Attention must be paid -- Experts and oligarchs -- Slave lessons -- Belinda Raguesto returns from Switzerland -- Hamlet and Oedipus meet the zombies -- A message from Schpershevski -- Chelm; or, No arrest for the wicked -- Some linguistic curiosities -- The Nazis got your mom -- Demotic, a confession -- Grief and wisdom -- Time travel -- Moby Dick -- Real live -- Rainy day fun for shut-ins: Xmas 2020 -- Give my regrets to Broadway -- Broadway -- Gags -- Humility -- Max the hamster -- Disons le mot -- Art, time, and the madness of the old -- Tug-of-peace -- The awl through the ear -- Goodnight, Irene -- Recessional.
Exposing how oppressive cultural codes--encapsulated in buzzwords such as inclusion, diversity, social justice, appropriation--are constricting the vibrant intellectual life of the world's freest country, a renowned author and playwright examines how politics and cultural attitudes about rebellion have shifted in the U.S. throughout history.
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