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The Kenyon Observer: Fall 2020

Editors’ Note: In the aftermath of a contentious presidential election, and as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the world, The Kenyon Observer is back with a new issue. With America and the world facing a global health crisis and a broad backsliding of democracy, we hope to bring some thought-provoking perspectives conducive to fresh

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Neoliberal Discontents and the Enduring Relevance of Karl Polanyi

By Harry Clennon When human society triumphantly reached “the end of history” with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, its (perceived) teleological culmination of progress was defined by the ideology of neoliberalism. Premised on the idea that the free flow of goods and capital internationally combined with limited domestic government would generate significant

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