Description - Granta 84: Over There by Ian Jack
Granta magazine's 'What We Think of America', published in April 2002, was a prescient reflection of the USA's deepening political unpopularity among people outside its own borders. But what do Americans themselves think of their country's new imperialism - and of the world it rules? Do they know?With contributions by:Edmund WhiteJames BuchanJames KelmanJoy WilliamsLuc SantePaul FussellTodd McEwenNell FreudenbergerMartin RowsonPaul TherouxChalmers Johnson.
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Author Biography - Ian Jack
Ian Jack has edited Granta since 1995. He began his career in journalism on a weekly newspaper in Scotland in the 1960s. Between 1970 and 1986 he worked for the Sunday Times as a reporter, editor, feature writer and foreign correspondent (mainly in the Indian Subcontinent). He was a co-founder of the Independent on Sunday in 1989 and edited that newspaper between 1991 and 1995. His awards in Britain include those for reporter, journalist and editor of the year. A book of his writing about Britain, Before the Oil Ran Out, was published by Secker and Warburg in 1987 and republished by Vintage in 1997. He lives with his family in London.