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Only Super Power Reflections on Strength, Weakness, and Anti-Americanism

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ISBN-10: 0739125435

ISBN-13: 9780739125434

Edition: 2008

Authors: Paul Hollander

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List price: $78.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Lexington Books/Fortress Academic
Publication date: 12/16/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 302
Size: 6.43" wide x 9.44" long x 0.98" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Introduction: The Pleasures of Hate and the New Anti-Americanism
The New Anti-Americanism
Anti-Americanism and a World-Class Hate Crime
Anti-Americanism: Murderous and Rhetorical
The Politics of Envy
Anti-Americanism and Moral Equivalence
Our Society and Its Celebrities
Watching Celebrities
Michael Moore: The New Political Celebrity
SUVs and Americans
The Chronic Ailments of Television News
Stereotyping and the Decline of Common Sense
Tawana Brawley and the "Exotic Dancer" at Duke
An Islamic Requirement on Campus
Rehabilitating the Great Books: Literature and Life
The Counterculture of the Heart
Old and Busier Than Ever
Foreign Matters
American Travelers to the Soviet Union
Alexander Yakovlev
Violence of Higher Purpose
The North Korean Gulag
Admiring North Korea
The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution
Crossing the Moral Threshold: The Rejection of Communist Systems in Eastern Europe
Ambivalent in Amsterdam
Travel in the Peloponnesos
The Survival and Replenishment of the Adversary Culture
The Resilience of the Adversary Culture
The Chomsky Phenomenon
The Banality of Evil and the Political Culture of Hatred
The Left and Palestinians
The Personal and the Political in Lessing's Fiction
Haven in Cuba
Demystifying Marxism
Public Intellectuals and the God That Failed
In Conclusion
From a "Builder of Socialism" to "Free-Floating Intellectual": My Politically Incorrect Career in Sociology
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