No Survivors

Fairlie, Henry
January 1979
New Republic;1/13/79, Vol. 180 Issue 2, p15
Comments on the impact of developments that took place in the U.S. in politics, art and literature. during the decade of the 1970s. Lack of achievements by the conservative politicians; Circumstances surrounding the election and resignation of Richard Nixon as U.S. president; Impact of the Watergate scandal on the American press; Absence of any remarkable achievements in the arts and literature; Lack of painters and poets in the 1970s.


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