Table of contents for The New York intellectuals reader / edited by Neil Jumonville.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
I. FINDING NATIVE GROUNDS
1. Alfred Kazin, Starting Out in the Thirties 
2. Irving Howe, New York in the Thirties 
3. Irving Kristol, Memoirs of a Trotskyist
4. Mary McCarthy, Philip Rahv, 1908-1973 
5. Editorial Statement, Partisan Review, 1934
6. Editorial Statement,¿ Partisan Review, 1937 
7. Dwight Macdonald, I Choose the West 
II. AGAINST ABSOLUTISM 
8. Sidney Hook, The New Failure of Nerve 
9. Hannah Arendt, Total Domination
10. Philip Rahv, The Sense and Nonsense of Whittaker Chambers 
III. LIFE AND CULTURE AT MIDCENTURY
11. Meyer Schapiro, Nature of Abstract Art 
12. Clement Greenberg, Avant-Garde and Kitsch 
13. Dwight Macdonald, Homage to Twelve Judges 
14. Lionel Trilling, Reality in America 
15. Alfred Kazin, The Historian as Reporter: Edmund Wilson and the 1930s
16. Harold Rosenberg, Twilight of the Intellectuals
17. Daniel Bell, The End of Ideology in the West
18. Dwight Macdonald, Masscult & Midcult 
19. Lionel Trilling, On the Teaching of Modern Literature
20. Susan Sontag, Against Interpretation
IV. THE COLD WAR
21. Paul Goodman, To Young Resisters
22. Irving Kristol, ¿Civil Liberties,¿ 1952¿A Study in Confusion
23. Sidney Hook and Bertrand Russell, A Foreign Policy for Survival: An Exchange
24. C. Wright Mills and Irving Howe, Intellectuals and Russia: An Exchange
V. CULTURES AND COUNTERCULTURES
OLD AND NEW LEFTS
25. Norman Podhoretz, The Know-Nothing Bohemians 
26. Irving Howe, Problems in the 1960s
RACE AND ETHNICITY
27. Norman Podhoretz, My Negro Problem¿And Ours
28. Nathan Glazer, Negroes & Jews: The New Challenge to Pluralism
VI. LEGACIES
LIBERALISM AND THE LEFT AFTER 1965
29. Michael Walzer, In Defense of Equality 
30. Irving Howe, Socialism and Liberalism: Articles of Conciliation?
NEOCONSERVATIVISM
31. Nathan Glazer, On Being Deradicalized
32. Norman Podhoretz, Between Nixon and the New Politics
33. Irving Kristol, The Adversary Culture of Intellectuals

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Intellectuals -- New York (State) -- New York -- Biography.
New York (N.Y.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
New York (N.Y.) -- Biography.
United States -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989.