I am a dissident intellectual writer, but unlike many of those, I do not think the treatment of dissident intellectual writers is the most important thing about a society. I would put the kids ahead of that, for one thing.  And, btw, it’s Cassandra, not Kas for Kastiel.  Back in the 60s and 70s there was an anthology used in a lot of university courses entitled Writing in U.S. Imperialism. The cover listed the authors alphabetically down the front. The list in part read: Castro • Dean • Debray • Guevara.  I’m the one with no equivalent of “clickbait” there. My contribution, Scarce Resources: the dynamic of American imperialism, began life as an M.A. thesis and was anthologized three times that I know of. No copyright. I put it in a bottle and tossed it into the waves of  The Movement. (I may have invented Creative Commons.) It’s still listed with some antiquarian booksellers.