Irving Howe, storyteller of ideas

“Utopianism,” said Irving Howe, “is a necessity of the moral imagination.” He remained as committed to socialism in the 1980s as he’d been in the ’30s, and to literature as much as
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“Utopianism,” said Irving Howe, “is a necessity of the moral imagination.” He remained as committed to socialism in the 1980s as he’d been in the ’30s, and to literature as much as politics… more»

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