Galbraith truly deserved to be called a ‘public intellectual’

“Galbraith truly deserved to be called a ‘public intellectual’; he was never as barmy as Chomsky nor as nasty as Hobsbawm, never as bitter as Said nor a buffoon like Lacan but he qualified to be included in that opprobrious category.”

Christie Davies

Published in The Salisbury Review, Autumn 2013

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