| By Kevin C. Brown |

Feb. 1, 2011 — Cornell University historian Robert Vanderlan discusses his book, “Intellectuals Incorporated: Politics, Art, and Ideas Inside Henry Luce’s Media Empire,” which explores the tension between the intellectuals who wrote for Fortune, Time, and Life magazines from the 1930s to the 1950s, and the owner of these outlets: Henry Luce. These writers, Vanderlan suggests, struggled with the shifting limits of their intellectual “independence” in a corporate setting.

Note: The above dateline refers to this interview’s original airdate on WRCT-Pittsburgh. It was uploaded unchanged to Remapping Debate in June 2013.

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