Before 1968, we felt confident in everything. Afterwards, we knew everything had to change.
Helena Sheehan is an activist and author. She is professor emerita at the School of Communications at Dublin City University. Her latest book is The Syriza Wave (New York: Monthly Review Press, 2017).
A decade ago, The Wire series finale aired. The show was a Marxist's idea of what TV drama should be.
Yanis Varoufakis presents himself as a heroic Prometheus in his new memoir, but he comes off looking more like a Narcissus.