Thinking the Twentieth Century by Tony Judt


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REVIEWED BY JANICE KULYK KEEFER
The Globe and Mail (Alberta Edition)
25 Feb 2012

Part autobiography, part cascade of ideas, part critique of the way we live/learn/earn now, Thinking the Twentieth Century packs a tremendous punch. If Tony Judt’s formidable intelligence, erudition (he earned his doctorate in social history at 24)…read more…

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