Sunday, February 12, 2012
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The Saturday interview: Stuart Hall
"The left is in trouble. It's not got any ideas, it's not got any
independent analysis of its own, and therefore it's got no vision. It
just takes the temperature: 'Whoa, that's no good, let's move to the
right.' It has no sense of politics being educative, of politics
changing the way people see things."temperature: 'Whoa, that's no good,
let's move to the right.' It has no sense of politics being educative,
of politics changing the way people see things."
theguardian/2012/feb/11/ saturday-interview-stuart-hall? fb=native&CMP=FBCNETTXT9038
Stuart Hall – godfather of multiculturalism and leading cultural theorist – is more pessimistic about politics than he's been for 30 years. The left, he tells Zoe Williams, is in deep trouble
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