Richard Hofstadter Quote

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in a mordant protest written soon after the [1952] election, found the intellectual in a situation he has not known for a generation. After twenty years of Democratic rule, during which the intellectual had been in the main understood and respected, business had come back into power, bringing with it the vulgarization which has been the almost invariable consequence of business supremacy.


p. 4 - Anti-Intellectualism in American Life (1974)

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Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in a mordant protest written soon after the [1952] election, found the intellectual in a situation he has not known for a...

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Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in a mordant protest written soon after the [1952] election, found the intellectual in a situation he has not known for a...

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Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in a mordant protest written soon after the [1952] election, found the intellectual in a situation he has not known for a...

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Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in a mordant protest written soon after the [1952] election, found the intellectual in a situation he has not known for a...