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“No Bound for Riches Has Been Fixed For Man” (S-USIH Conference Guest Post)

Editor’s Note: Over the next several days, we’ll be having a series of guest posts reporting on the Sixth Annual U.S. Intellectual History Conference, which took place earlier this month in Indianapolis. The following is Ben Serby’s review of the USIH conference panel, “No Bound for Riches Has Been Fixed For Man: Greed and the Intellectual History of Twentieth-Century American Capitalism.” Ben is a doctoral student in American History at Columbia University. His most recent paper, which he presented at the S-USIH Conference in Indianapolis, was entitled “Their Dialectics and Ours: Herbert Marcuse and American Marxism, 1940-1960.” Where does greed Read more