Capitalism's Conscience 200 Years of The Guardian
Published to coincide with its 200th anniversary, Capitalism's Conscience brings together historians, journalists and activists in an appraisal of the Guardian newspaper's contribution to British politics, society and culture - and its distinctive brand of centrism. Contextualising some of the main controversies in which the title has been implicated, the book offers timely insights into the publication's history, loyalties and political values.
The exhibition The Picture Library can be seen at The photographers' Gallery 25 June to 26 September 2021.Title: Capitalism's Conscience 200 Years of The Guardian
Publisher,Year: Pluto Press, 2021
Author: Dan Freedman (Editor), contributors; Aaron Ackerley, Gary Younge, Victoria Brittain, Ghada Karmi, Alan MacLeod, Hannah Hamad, Jilly Boyce Kay, Mareile Pfannebecker, Matt Kennard, Mark Curtis, Natalie Fenton, Justin Schlosberg, Tom Mills, Mike Berry, Mike Wayne, Katy Brown, Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter.
Size: 21.5 x 13.5 cm, 320 pages
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