Calcutt suggests that the counterculture of the fifties and sixties provided a verbal and visual language for today's victim culture and the authoritarian politics he sees as arising from it. He views the consequent erosion of adulthood as a social problem which must be overcome.
Arrested Development examines the idea that there are important political and social implications to be found in the 'flower power' legacy that some of the world's most powerful figures are bringing with them to the corridors of power.
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Introduction - pop culture and victim society; alienation; now; the child; vulnerable; madness; spirit; irony; Wiggas; limits; the end of adulthood.
Arrested Development by Andrew Calcutt
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