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Commentaries by Casey Walker

Casey Walker

Novelist, Instructor at Cooper Union in New York City

Casey Walker is the author of the novel Last Days in Shanghai. He is a graduate of the Iowa Writer’s Workshop and has a PhD in English Literature from Princeton University.
  • Dec 04, 2015

    'Development' is often spoken of as an end-in-itself, part of an inevitable march toward progress and modernity. What happens if we pause to take stock of the recent history of this development mantra--and examine who it benefits, who it excludes, and the price China and the United States pay for 'progress'?

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