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But it is Bourne's understanding of the convergence of culture, politics and society which clearly anticipates the chief preoccupation of American intellectuals down to the present day. In his essay 'The W'ar and the Intellectuals' (1917) Bourne asked Bourne opposed American involvement intellectual, how liberal, took a critical look at in the First a society close to progressive intellectuals of his era could oppose the untrammelled expansion of big business and yet find themselves on the same side as the East Coast moneyed interests that, for both financial and cultural reasons (British ancestr\^), ported America's going to war.
Rather than 'push' modernism, Stieglitz often held back, presuming that not He gave five xdndicated what he had been doing - but temperamentally he was not comfortable with (accompanied by may and purchased "- he was promoting were presented in Show - he knew not, of course, oppose the 191 2. Montclair Art 191 was not invited to help with the organization of the Armory Show, as has pointed out,** although he lent three pieces to it - the Picasso six items from 'Pieta', in charcoal drawing of 19 10 by the same artist and a Matisse drawing (he a have lent Fig.
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