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Jerusalem, Jerusalem.

Author: Konrad Wünsche
Publisher: Frankfurt a.M.] Suhrkamp [1966]
Series: Edition Suhrkamp, 183. Im Dialog. Neues deutsches Theater.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Ehrenreich here reprints a selection of her elegantly satirical essays that were originally published in Ms., Mother Jones and other journals during the Reagan years, articles in which she skewers political figures and others for causing a decay in human values. A strong sense of the ridiculous informs Ehrenreich's attack on those she judges guilty: phony evangelists, moneyed polluters and developers, Wall Street  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Humor
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wünsche, Konrad, 1928-
Jerusalem, Jerusalem.
Frankfurt a.M.] Suhrkamp [1966]
(OCoLC)700372170
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Konrad Wünsche
OCLC Number: 1072227
Description: 124 pages 18 cm.
Series Title: Edition Suhrkamp, 183. Im Dialog. Neues deutsches Theater.
Responsibility: [Schauspiel.

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Ehrenreich here reprints a selection of her elegantly satirical essays that were originally published in Ms., Mother Jones and other journals during the Reagan years, articles in which she skewers political figures and others for causing a decay in human values. A strong sense of the ridiculous informs Ehrenreich's attack on those she judges guilty: phony evangelists, moneyed polluters and developers, Wall Street bandits, officials heedless of the poor. There are pieces on Nancy Reagan's memoir My Turn and on Oliver North as warrior prince of the secret government. The book has its critics, but Ehrenreich could also promote healthy rebellions in her role as someone who doesn't suffer fools at all, let alone grudgingly.--adapted from Publishers Weekly.

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