The Home-Front War: World War II and American Society

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NOTES

The abbreviations of names recurring frequently in the notes are:

CMcW = Carey McWilliams

FSA = Frank Sebert Anderson

HWP = Helen Waite Papashvily

LA = Louis Adamic

LH = Langston Hughes

MMA = M. Margaret Anderson

RL = Read Lewis

WCB = William C. Beyer

1.
[ LA and MMA], "Editorial Aside," Common Ground 1 (Autumn 1940): 103. Anderson identified the editorial as a collaboration ( MMA to WCB, August 2, 1977, M. Margaret Anderson Papers, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN (hereafter, Anderson Papers cited as "MMA Papers").
2.
Morse L. Cartwright to Frederick P. Keppel, March 11, 1940, file folder: Common Council for American Unity--Support of Common Ground 1940-53, Carnegie Corporation of New York Papers, Carnegie Corporation of New York.
3.
RL with Daniel Weinberg, November 19, 1971, and RL to LA, September 20 and 29, 1939, Shipment 6, Box 3, ff.: Adamic, Louis--Correspondence, Articles 1, American Council on Nationalities Services Papers, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN (hereafter American Council on Nationalities Services Papers cited as "ACNS Papers"; the numbers joined by a colon after "ACNS Papers" designate shipment and box; "if.:" precedes the names of the file folder).
4.
RL to LA, June 19 and September 14, 1939, 6:3, ff: Adamic, Louis-- Correspondence, Articles 1, ACNS Papers; RL interview with WCB, June 22, 1977, and MMA interview with WCB, July 2, 1977, MMA Papers.
5.
Marian Schibsby to LA, April 29, 1940, LA to Marian Schibsby, April 30, 1940, LA to RL, April 30, 1940, ff.: Adamic, Louis--Correspondence, Articles 1, ACNS Papers. See Richard Polenberg, One Nation Divisible: Class, Race, and Ethnicity in the United States since 1938 ( New York: Viking, 1990), 43-45; Geoffrey Perrett, Days of Sadness, Years of Triumph: The American People 1939-1945 ( New York: Coward, McCann, & Geoghegan, 1973), 87.
6.
MMA to FSA, June 13, 1940, WCB's possession; LA to RL, May 23, 1940, 6:3, ff.: Adamic, Louis--Correspondence, Articles 1, ACNS Papers; MMA to LH, December 17, 1944, Langston Hughes Papers, James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection, Yale University Library, New Haven, CT (Hughes Papers hereafter cited as "LH Papers"); LA to RL, August 10, 1940, 6:3, Adamic, Louis--Correspondence, Articles 1, ACNS Papers.
7.
[ LA and MMA], "Editorial Aside,"103. The articles by Van Wyck Brooks, Arthur M. Schlesinger, and George M. Stephenson were first published in 1921, 1922, and 1929, respectively. The articles in Common Ground 1 (Autumn 1940) mentioned in this paragraph of the text are: Van Wyck Brooks, "Taras Shevchenko,"15-17; Mary Ellen Chase , "Head and Hands Working Together,"3-6; Robert Maynard Hutchins, "On Democracy and Defense,"57-61; Arthur M. Schlesinger, "Immigrants in America,"19- 28; LA, "This Crisis Is an Opportunity,"62-73; William Reilly, "Lost and Found,"7-

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