Taking the form of a critical review of the HBO documentary George Carlin's American Dream, this essay explores the character of George Carlin's political and cultural criticism, its implications for contemporary debates about so-called "cancel culture," and the broader political significance of cultural interpretation.
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Sculos, Bryant W.
"The Comedy of Cancel Culture in a Post-Carlin United States: On the Politics of Cultural Interpretation,"
Class, Race and Corporate Power: Vol. 10:
2, Article 4.
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