Rebels in Bohemia: The Radicals of the Masses, 1911-1917

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Chapter 1: The Cradle of Radical Culture
1. Christopher Lasch, The New Radicalism in America, 1889- 1963, pp. xiv-xv and passim.
2. Philip Rieff, Introduction to Sigmund Freud, Delusion and Dream and Other Essays, pp. 10, 11; Sigmund Freud, "The Relation of the Poet to Daydreaming," ibid., pp. 122-33; Nathan Hale, Jr., Freud and the Americans, p. 230.
3. F. H. Matthews, "The Americanization of Sigmund Freud," p. 53.
4. Ibid.; Alfred Booth Kuttner, "The Artist," pp. 409-10.
5. Ibid., pp. 411, 412; Alfred Booth Kuttner, "The Artist (A Communication)," p. 550.
6. Ibid., p. 551.
7. J[ames] O[ppenheim], Editorials, Seven Arts 1 ( February 1917): 393-94.
8. Robert E. Humphrey, Children of Fantasy. Cf. especially pp. 5-11, 251-53.
9. Robert Cantwell, Upton Sinclair, in Malcolm Cowley, ed., After the Genteel Tradition, p. 39.
10. Van Wyck Brooks, John Sloan, p. 4.
11. Richard Fitzgerald, Art and Politics, pp. 8-10.
12. Margaret Sanger, My Fight for Birth Control, pp. 5-7.
13. Louis Filler, Crusaders for American Liberalism, pp. 114-15.
14. Joseph North, Robert Minor, p. 4.
15. Joseph Freeman, An American Testament, pp. 7, 25-27, 29-34.
16. Moses Rischin, Introduction to Hutchins Hapgood, The Spirit of the Ghetto, p. xii.
17. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, The Rebel Girl, pp. 45, 47.
18. Carl Resek, Introduction to Randolph S. Bourne, War and the Intellectuals, p. viii; Sherman Paul, Randolph Bourne, p. 7; Carl Resek, "The New Radicalism," pp. 68-69.
19. Max Eastman, Enjoyment of Living, pp. 50, 51, 68-71.
20. Floyd Dell, Homecoming, pp. 4, 5, 12, 13, 23, 55, 56.
21. Stephen Marion Reynolds, Life of Eugene V. Debs, in Eugene V. Debs, Debs, p. 58; Ray Ginger, Eugene V. Debs, pp. 41, 56, 240.
22. Carl Van Vechten, "The Reminiscences of Carl Van Vechten," pp. 1, 40.
23. Albert Christ-Janer, Boardman Robinson, pp. 1-2.
24. Flynn, The Rebel Girl, pp. 29-30.
25. Ernest Poole, The Bridge, pp. 5, 102, 195.
26. Dell, Homecoming, pp. 6, 82-83, 101, 252-53, 257.
27. Max Eastman, Great Companions, pp. 304, 306-7; Eastman, Enjoyment of Living, pp. 316, 341, 349, 362.
28. North, Robert Minor, p. 14.

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