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Victoria Woodhull

“Mrs. Satan” and the Passion for the Real: Towards a History of the Cultural Worker, Part One

Pre-Laboring American Culture It is probably not very sensible to ask: who was America’s first “cultural worker?” Because the devil necessarily lies in the definitional details (and because the name of the figure for whom we are searching has most likely been lost to history): how one defines “cultural worker” surely determines, more than anything else, the answer to the question. Read more