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Why has radical political theory remained virtually silent about the rise in inequality in the US? This work contends that since the 1980s, radical theorists shifted their focus away from interrogating social inequality to criticizing the liberal and radical tradition for being inattentive to the role of difference and identity within social life.
Joseph M. Schwartz is professor of political science at Temple University. He is the author of The Permanence of the Political, winner of the North American Society for Social Philosophy's best book award.