ANS to Alfred Eisenstaedt, "To Alfred Eisenstaedt a great artist and warm human being from whom I learned that good judgement is good taste in photography as well as in other things..." Sidney Hook.

ANS to Alfred Eisenstaedt, "To Alfred Eisenstaedt a great artist and warm human being from whom I learned that good judgement is good taste in photography as well as in other things..."

May, 17, 1956.

1 vols. Fine. Item #41518

Sidney Hook is arguably the most controversial figure in the tradition of American philosophy. Coming to prominence in the late 1920s as both the star pupil of John Dewey and an eminent Marx scholar, Hook devoted his early career to political action which placed him firmly among the fellow travelers of the Communist Party. Hook's political disposition began shifting towards the Right just prior to World War II. Around 1940, Hook adopted a vehement anti-Communism which led him to defend the reactionary political views for which he is now notorious. The coup d'grace of Hook's career for those who would demonize him as the quintessential turncoat came in 1985 when he was awarded the Medal of Freedom by President Reagan.

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