Kim Phillips-Fein
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Kim Phillips-Fein

Kim Phillips-Fein is a historian teaching 20th-century American history at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University. She has written about twentieth-century political history, the rise of conservatism, the history of free-market economic ideas, and the history of unions and of critics of capitalism. Her work has been published in journals ranging from the Journal of American History to the Nation, the Baffler and Bookforum.

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