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The Decline of the Left in the 20th CenturyToward a Theory of Historical Regression

On April 18, 2009, the Platypus Affiliated Society conducted the following panel discussion at the Left Forum Conference at Pace University in New York City. The panel was organized around four significant moments in the progressive diremption of theory and practice over the course of the 20th century: 2001 (Spencer A. Leonard), 1968 (Atiya Khan), 1933 (Richard Rubin), and 1917 (Chris Cutrone). The following is an edited transcript of the introduction to the panel by Benjamin Blumberg, the panelists prepared statements, and the Q&A session that followed. The Platypus Review encourages interested readers to view the complete video recording of the event.

November 18, 2009
The Decline of the Left in the 20th Century Toward a Theory of Historical Regression WHAT DOES IT...
November 18, 2009
The Decline of the Left in the 20th Century Toward a Theory of Historical Regression THE ABANDONMENT OF...
November 18, 2009
The Decline of the Left in the 20th Century Toward a Theory of Historical Regression IT MIGHT SEEM...
November 18, 2009
The Decline of the Left in the 20th Century Toward a Theory of Historical Regression THE DATE PROPOSED...
November 18, 2009
The Decline of the Left in the 20th Century Toward a Theory of Historical Regression Chris Cutrone THE YEAR...
November 17, 2009