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Boob Jubilee: The Mad Cultural Politics of the New Economy

Salvos from the Baffler
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The late–20th century wasn’t the first time a culture and economy went bananas—witness tulipmania and the South Sea bubble—but the New Economy was a “cornucopia of absurdity,” and the writers here take great bites from it.

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Jubilee explores all of The Baffler 's pet themes, particularly the absurdity of business culture, corporate co-option of subcultures, and the right's suggestion that the working class' true enemies are academics, minorities, corrupt union bosses.

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Tom Vanderbilt (born ) is an American journalist, blogger, and author of the best-selling book, Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us).

Personal life. Vanderbilt was born in Oak Forest, Illinois and raised in Wisconsin, he now resides in Brooklyn, New York. [1] He is married to Jancee Dunn, a former features writer for Rolling Stone.The Baffler is a magazine of cultural, political, and business analysis.

Established in by editors Thomas Frank and Keith White, it was headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, untilwhen it moved to Cambridge,it moved its headquarters to New York first incarnation of The Baffler had up to 12, subscribers.

As ofthe magazine and its collections Founder: Thomas Frank, Keith White.Frank, Thomas Overview. Works: and the older American values of economic justice and political democracy."--Jacket. The conquest of cool: business culture, counterculture, and the rise of hip Boob jubilee: the cultural politics of the new economy.