Red Scare: Memories of the American Inquisition : an Oral History

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Red Scare - Memories of the American Inquisition an Oral History *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Principal Federal Heresy Tribunals and Laws *
  • First and Fifth Amendments to the Constitution *
  • Preface *
  • Introduction *
  • Red Diapers *
  • Robert Meeropol *
  • Gene Dennis 54
  • Robbie Bridges 58
  • Chris Trumbo 63
  • Becky Jenkins 69
  • The Peekskill Riot *
  • Irwin Silber 75
  • Bob Black 78
  • Hounds *
  • M. Wesley Swearingen 84
  • Harvey Job Matusow 97
  • Herbert Brownell, Jr 108
  • Roy Brewer 112
  • Peter Szluk 122
  • The Purge of the Civil Service *
  • Jerry and Sylvia Manheim 131
  • Joseph Rauh 137
  • Al Bernstein 141
  • A Graveyard of Careers *
  • Alger Hiss 146
  • Carl Marzani 152
  • John Stewart Service 158
  • John Melby 165
  • Anthony Geber 170
  • Atom Spies *
  • Morton Sobell 180
  • Helen Sobell 188
  • Steve Nelson 194
  • The Fall of the Communist Party *
  • Steve Nelson 204
  • Loretta Starvus 212
  • Dorothy Healey 219
  • Junius Scales 226
  • Five Minutes to Midnight *
  • Junius Scales 239
  • Archie Brown 241
  • Hon Brown 243
  • Sylvia Thompson 247
  • Joe Passen 249
  • Fay Blake 251
  • The Hollywood Blacklist *
  • Ring Lardner, Jr 260
  • Frances Chaney 266
  • Howard Koch 272
  • Paul Jarrico 276
  • Jeff Corey 284
  • John Sanford 289
  • Edward Dmytryk 294
  • David Raksin 305
  • Arts and Entertainment *
  • Mark Goodson 320
  • Frank Tarloff 326
  • Kay Boyle 331
  • Joseph Rauh 338
  • Arthur Miller 340
  • John Randolph 345
  • Angus Cameron 352
  • Melvin Barnet 355
  • Troubadours of the Left *
  • Pete Seeger 363
  • Fred Hellerman 367
  • Ronnie Gilbert 370
  • Breaking the Working Class *
  • Clinton Jencks 380
  • Joe Sachs 390
  • Claire Hartford 395
  • On the Waterfront *
  • Bill Bailey 405
  • Jack O'Dell 413
  • Red-Ucators *
  • Universities - Linus Pauling 426
  • Oscar Shaftel 429
  • Chandler Davis 434
  • Robert Colodny 440
  • M. Brewster Smith 444
  • Labor Schools - Dave Jenkins 447
  • Herbert Aptheker 451
  • Public Schools - Ruth Goldberg 455
  • Frances Eisenberg 459
  • Jean Wilkinson 464
  • Fighting Jim Crow *
  • Anne Braden 472
  • Sylvia Thompson 482
  • Virginia Durr 487
  • Lee Lorch 489
  • Jack O'Dell 500
  • The Peace Movement *
  • Linus Pauling 509
  • Edith Jenkins 515
  • The Fight Against Huac *
  • Richard Criley *
  • Frank Wilkinson 528
  • Jean Wilkinson 537
  • Archie Brown 540
  • Hon Brown 543
  • The Arlington Case *
  • Sylvia Thompson *
  • Sources *
  • Index *
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