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The conclusion attempts to limn latent, nascent currents in culture originating from the fraught civil wars fought between labor and capital several decades ago, a war that the victor, capital, seems to have won, thereby permanently suppressing histories of the vanquished. So it would seem. But spectacular appearances are only ever part of our collective history. Our contemporary cultural landscape might be described as the belated and deferred legacy of the years of “permanent conflictuality” (1972–1977), the moment that began the present epoch in a crucible of restructuring that came to be known as globalization and, in Europe, as...

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