Up 'Til Now: A Memoir

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Up 'Til Now: A Memoir

By Eugene McCarthy
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1987
273 pp. $16.95

The author's brief comments on American politics and his own role therein since 1948 are sharp and often snide. His prescriptions for the future, based on an idiosyncratic analysis of the United States as a colony of much of the rest of the world, are an amalgam of anticorporate populism and isolationist nationalism.

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