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Acknowledgments Introduction 1 From Artists to Art Workers 2 Carl Andre's Work Ethic 3 Robert Morris's Art Strike 4 Lucy Lippard's Feminist Labor 5 Hans Haacke's Paperwork Epilogue Notes List of Illustrations Index

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Julia Bryan-Wilson is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of California, Irvine.

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"Of immediate, practical value to young artists today who want to re-establish art as an alternative place in the culture, though her clean prose will also make the book inviting to more casual readers." New York Times Book Review "[A] smart new study... Bryan-Wilson applies her numerous insights with care." Bookforum "A vivid picture of artistic activism, essential both for the art history of the 1960s and for today's discourse on art and politics." -- Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Harvard University Artforum "Superior study... highly recommended" Choice "Tackles the political self-identification of artists with aplomb." Art Journal (CAA) "Highly recommended." Choice "An extremely nuanced reading of the seminal company's comedy output... Reinvigorates leftist critiques of the American film industry." Essay & General Literature Index

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