Aging Political Activists: Personal Narratives from the Old Left

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Contents
Acknowledgmentsix
Preface -- Ronald J. Grelexi
Part One: Setting the Stage
1. Introduction3
2. The Dialectics of Identity: Search for a Method7
3. The Aging of Politics and the Politics of Aging25
Part Two: The Stories
4 With the Feelings That I Have About the Capitalist45
System (Joseph Dimow: Interview One)
5. When I Left the Party, I Left for a Number of Reasons (Joseph Dimow: Interview Two)63
6. I Would Probe Into Their Feelings About How They Missed the CP Life (Joseph Dimow: Interview Three)89
7. I Think I'm Still Looking for My Core (Lillian Dimow)113
8. I've Always Had a More Individualistic Approach to Things (Jacob Goldring: Interview One)145
9. Those Influences Remain, and They're a Part of My Heritage (Jacob Goldring: Interview Two)173
10. It Was an Episode, a Long and Good Episode in History, and it is Ending (Sidney Resnick)197

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