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0.12 W. J. T. Mitchell, Seeing "Do the Right Thing", Critical Inquiry, 1991.
0.12 Christopher Newfield, Corporate Pleasures for a Corporate Planet, Social Text, 1995.
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0.10 Jerome Christensen, Spike Lee Corporate Populist, Critical Inquiry, 1991.
0.10 Richard Maxwell, What Is a Spy to Do?, Social Text, 1998.
0.10 Walter Benn Michaels, Fictitious Dealing: A Reply to Leo Bersani, Critical Inquiry, 1981.
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