Reflection: Echoes of economic protest in today’s entertainment

By Cameron Coyle, F/G Scholar

Karl Reuber is one of the few Americans remembered for his protest poetry during the middle and late19th century, using the lines of his stanzas to air his grievances with what he found to be an immoral and unbalanced capitalistic supremacy from the country’s elite. Reuber’s anti-business beliefs (as well as his contemporaries’) were anchored in spirituality. Continue reading Reflection: Echoes of economic protest in today’s entertainment