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How American Literature Has Gotten Tangled Up In Bureaucracy
"In particular, the obsession with codifying, regulating, recording, reviewing, verifying, vetting, and chronicling, with assessing achievement, forecasting achievement, identifying weak points, then establishing commissions for planning strategies for regular encounters to propose solutions to weak points, and further commissions empowered to apply for funding to pay for means to implement these solutions, and so on." New York Review of Books 12/05/13
Posted December 9, 2013 08:16 AM




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