Richard Hoggart: Virtue and Reward by Fred Inglis – review

McKenzie Wark via Mark Hayward
“he believed that the average man and woman’s ability to take the moral decisions that are important to them are liable to be undermined by triviality and bad art.” New book on the real founder of the Birmingham school.
via Facebook http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/dec/19/richard-hoggart-virtue-and-reward-review

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