Michael C. Fisher

Michael Fisher

After growing up in Phoenix, Arizona, Michael Fisher studied American history at UC Davis and San Francisco State University. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Rochester, where he intends to follow up on his work on Paul Goodman and the New Left with other studies related to postwar American culture and intellectual history.

New Reformation: Notes of a Neolithic Conservative

New Reformation: Notes of a Neolithic Conservative

SKU: 9781604861129
Author: Michael Harris
Publisher: PM Press/Switchblade
ISBN: 9781604861129
Published: 10/2010
Format: Paperback, ePub, PDF, mobi
Page count: 376
Size: 5 x 8
Subjects: Fiction


“As this decade in America careens, recoils, and shrieks along, Paul Goodman appears increasingly as our most exemplary intellectual, that is, the most deeply representative and the most worthy one.”
–Theodore Solatoroff in The Washington Post 

“Goodman’s frightening brilliance and integrity scared people, for his was the honesty of the moral man who saw things and connections with clarity that others did not even know were there. Writers and thinkers have a vogue. They are in fashion or forgotten. If Goodman is forgotten, if his work is found only in ash heaps, it is where humanity will end up.”
–Marcus Raskin, co-founder, Institute for Policy Studies

“His pleading, sane, frank, troubled and by now tired voice is one of the truest and wisest in American life.”
–Kenneth Keniston, New York Times

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