David Marcus is an editor at Dissent.

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Post-Hysterics: Zadie Smith and the Fiction of Austerity

For Zadie Smith, the time had come for the radicalism of experiment and the realism of political economy—for a new social realism that was capable of capturing both the mechanics and experience of today’s growing inequality. {…}

By David Marcus
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The Horizontalists

By working outside structures of power one may circumvent coercive systems but not necessarily subvert them. Localizing politics—stripping it of its larger institutional ambitions—has its advantages, but without a larger structural vision, it does not go far enough. {…}

By David Marcus

Time in the Age of Immediacy

April 28, 2010 · Blog

D. Marcus: Time in the Age of Immediacy {…}

By David Marcus

Dissent Launches a Blog

March 23, 2010 · Online Articles

David Marcus: Dissent Now Blogs! {…}

By David Marcus

Welcome to Arguing the World

March 22, 2010 · Blog

David Marcus: Dissent Launches a Blog! {…}

By David Marcus

The Ambivalence Artist

On J.M. Coetzee’s Diary of a Bad Year {…}

By David Marcus

The Day After: The Liberal Moment

November 5, 2008 · Online Articles

Day After: David Marcus – A Liberal Vision {…}

By David Marcus

Seven Years Since 9/11

September 11, 2008 · Online Articles

Seven Years Since 9/11: Archives {…}

By David Marcus

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn 1918-2008

August 9, 2008 · Online Articles

Solzhenitsyn 1918-2008 {…}

By David Marcus

Memory as Homeland

George Konrád’s A Guest in My Own Country: A Hungarian Life and The City Builder. {…}

By David Marcus
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