Aging Political Activists: Personal Narratives from the Old Left

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Index
Note: page listings for frequently mentioned subjects are selective (for example references in the text to the Communist Party [including "the Party"] number over 200, therefore, only specific subjects listed as subheadings under "Communist Party" are referenced.
adult education 113
African-Americans (blacks) 48, 70, 214-216, 258
"black-Jewish" relations 84-85
and the Soviet Union222
see also Communist Party
age
as identity marker 7, 254
and self-identity see identity
aging
and activity theory 27, 28, 31-32
and disengagement theory 27, 28, 31-32
and "leisure" activity 30-32
and role of mentor 34, 75-76, 240, 253, 271
late-life activism 28-32, 226-229, 253- 255, 260, 270
Algeria213
American Society of Home Inspectors 166
American Veterans Committeesee Communist Party
Andrews, Molly25
Ansonia 201see also Communist Party
Anti-Defamation League (ADL)73, 103, 104
anti-Semitism 82, 98, 99, 104, 182-183, 237-238, 267, 271
in the Soviet Union204-205, 210-213
Aptheker, Herbert214, 239
Arabs
and Israel19, 99
Arafat, Yassir108
Aristotle10
arts-and-crafts, as career 4, 113, 126, 132-139, 257-258
assimilation, assimilationists 268
autobiography 14, 39-41, 256
see also narrative
Bair, Deirdre26-27
Bakers and Confectionary Workers of America147
Bakhtin, Mikhail20
Buhle, Paul106
Ben Bella, Ahmed213
black community see African- American
black-Jewish relations see African- American
Blank, Thomas13
Bolshevik Revolution see Russian Revolution

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