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CANADA'S VOICE FOR ACADEMICS

Vol 49 | No 9 | November 2002
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Left Out - The Politics of Exclusion: Essays 1964-2002

Back Print
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Martin Duberman. Cambridge, Massachusetts: South End Press, 2002; 528 pp; paper $22 US.
Best known for his biography of Paul Robeson, Martin Duberman's work as a public intellectual has focused on the lives of "outsiders" and the need for the excluded to band together. In Left Out, the first paperback release of his new and classic essays, Duberman argues that identity-based movements have created a vital change in American consciousness. In language that is both impassioned and engaging, Left Out traces this evolution of thought. As a white anti-racist, a feminist man, a socialist queer and the "godfather" of the gay studies movement, Duberman reflects on race, foreign policy, gender and sexuality. He offers an incisive analysis of the split between class-based and identity-based politics on the Left.

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