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The American Dream
Summer 2013 (15.2)
The Hedgehog Review's Summer 2013 issue asks about the state of the American Dream. While the dream has meant many things across American history, its status has perhaps never been as questioned as it is today, as its fundamentally optimistic perspective is challenged by pervasive pessimism. Contributors to this issue include Paul Cantor, Jim Cullen, Tony Tien-Ren Lin, and Jonathan Rieder. Also in this issue, Leon Botstein and Chad Wellmon discuss the future of the research university.
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