In the first in-depth account of this period of Adorno's years in American exile, David Jenemann examines Adorno's confrontation with the burgeoning American “culture industry” and casts new light on Adorno's writings about the mass media. What emerges is not only an image of an intellectual in exile, but a rediscovery of Adorno as a potent defender of a vital democracy.
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