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The New Criterion

December 2016

A series on “The perils & promises of populism” 

Featuring:

Populism, IV: The German victory over American populism by Fred Siegel

The future of permanence in an age of ephmera  a symposium on museums
An introduction by Roger Kimball; The museum of the present by James Panero; Notes on the postmodern museum by Eric Gibson; Less can be more by Karen Wilkin; The museum as “town hall” by Bruce Cole; I swear by Apollo by Michael J. Lewis; Conserving Kahn by George Knight; The birth of an idea by Marco Grassi; Tempus fugit, ars brevis by Philippe de Montebello

New poems by David Mason & Morri Creech

… and much more! 


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