The Middle Mind: Why Americans Don't Think For Themselves by Curtis WhiteThe Middle Mind: Why Americans Don't Think For Themselves by Curtis White

The Middle Mind: Why Americans Don't Think For Themselves

byCurtis White

Paperback | October 5, 2004

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Acclaimed social critic Curtis White describes an all-encompassing and little-noticed force taking over our culture and our lives that he calls the Middle Mind: the current failure of the American imagination in the media, politics, education, art, technology, and religion. Irreverent, provocative, and far-reaching, White presents a clear vision of this dangerous mindset that threatens America's intellectual and cultural freedoms, concluding with an imperative to reawaken and unleash the once powerful American imagination.

The Middle Mind is pragmatic, plainspoken, populist, contemptuous of the Right's narrowness, and incredulous before the Left's convolutions. It wants to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and has bought an SUV with the intent of visiting it. It even understands in some indistinct way how that very SUV spells the Arctic's doom.

Curtis White is the author of the novels Memories of My Father Watching TV and Requiem. A widely acclaimed essayist, his work appears regularly in Context and Harper's. He is an English professor at Illinois State University and the current president of the Center for Book Culture/Dalkey Archive Press
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Title:The Middle Mind: Why Americans Don't Think For ThemselvesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.51 inPublished:October 5, 2004Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060730595

ISBN - 13:9780060730598

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