”The most pernicious and influential of the slogans coined in the nineteen- sixties is ”The personal is political.” Many of our troubles can be traced to that pithy bit of idiocy. The personal must be buffered from the political, must ”have no power associated with [it].” We re- quire a realm of immunity, one in which we regulate the gates. There’s always someone out there happy to tell us what is and isn’t important. In literary terms, we see this in the recent ascendancy of I 3' propaganda, the antithesis of aesthetic considerations, in books.” ”Patrick Kurp https://inspirational.ly

“The most pernicious and influential of the slogans coined in the nineteen-sixties is “The personal is political”. ~Patrick Kurp [OC] [1643 x 931]