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[Xmca-l] Re: Against political categorization/the politics of partisanship
Thank you, Lois. it is wonderful to hear how Jackie is outspoken about politics in general - and the US presidential election in particular. I remember Fred Newman's speech on the same subject many years ago. I'm not interested in winning, he said. I am interested in the possibilities to choose.
6 aug 2016 kl. 15:58 skrev Lois Holzman <email@example.com>:
> I offer this talk by Jackie Salit at the American Citizens Summit on the American political situation because it steps out of the box of the identities and personalities of the candidates, speaks to how the exercise of power gets turned into authority, to our alienation, and to the authoritarianism of “knowing."
> http://americancitizenssummit.com/program/142 <http://americancitizenssummit.com/program/142>
> Wanted folks here to know this entire summit on transpartisan politics is going on (and many of the other talks are worth listening to).
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