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Red Decade

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  1. THE RED DECADE or any other non-Stalinist radical movement leave these folk cold and collected. Only criticism aimed directly at communism and its preach-ers touches off their specialized indignations. Nay, not even communism as such. One may expose Trotsky's variety or de Leon's, or Jacques Doriot's version of communism with-.
  2. The Red Decade was the book that gave the Thirties its name. Surprisingly, it was allowed to go out of print soon after publication in , and for years has been a rarity. This reissue, with a new Preface by Eugene Lyons, is long overdue. Looking back, Mr. Lyons observes that “.
  3. That in The Red Decade author Eugene Lyons was, in fact, describing the Communist-dominated American Left of the Depression-wracked s and s makes his observations even more meaningful, for it is sobering to be confronted with how little has been gained by hard experience. The celebration of feelings over reason?
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  5. Decade in the red: Trump tax figures show over $1 billion in business losses. A fog-shrouded Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, N.J., in Printouts obtained by The New York Times from Trump.
  6. The Left Front: Radical Art in the “Red Decade,” Focusing on the decade following the stock market crash of , The Left Front examines the crucial moment in American history when artists took to their printing presses (and brushes and cameras) amid the economic and social devastation brought on by the Great Depression.
  7. The Red Decade are proof that indie-rock music with heart is alive and well in Canada. A blend of fun, uptempo, catchy pop rock and acoustic driven songs are the landscape to set your eyes and ears upon.
  8. Jul 31,  · The Red Sox might dominate them for the next Needless to say, a lot has changed since. The Red Sox, as it turns out, really did have a five-year window, culminating in .

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