The Dancer Defects: The Struggle for Cultural Supremacy during the Cold War

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Index
Abrahams, Peter 482
Abramov, Al 101, 208
abstract expressionism 539–41, 545–8, 550–5, 557–8, 560, 562, 589, 595, 713 n22
abstractionism 468, 496, 516, 523, 532, 545, 559, 561, 562, 565, 590, 593, 594
Absurd, Theatre of the 58, 337, 338, 343, 674 n2
Abusch, Alexander 459
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 215
Acheson, Dean 581
Ackermann, Anton 261, 309–10
action painting, see abstract expressionism
Actors’ Laboratory Theatre (USA) 62, 630 n26
Actors’ Studio (USA) 200, 272
Adams, Edward 35
Adenauer, Konrad 180
Adler, Renata 650 n 61
Afanasiev, Valery 685 n 84
Afinogenov, Aleksandr 60
Agranenko, E 104
Akhmadulina, Bella 233
Akhmatova, Anna 255
Albert, John 35
Aleksandrov, Grigorii 75, 126, 237, 269, 643 n 66, 653 n 1, 663 n 73; Meeting on the Elbe 134, 135–42
Aleksandrov, V 67, 101–2, 103
Alekseev, A G 442–3
Alexandrov, Yuri 430
Alexandrova, Vera 633 n 75; A History of Soviet Literature 1917–1964 77
Allen, Woody: The Front 188–90
Allied Artists of America 713 n 13
Alliluyeva, Svetlana 55, 117, 145
Alyoshin, Samuil: Alone (Odna) 70
American Artists’Congress 556
American Artists Professional League 713 n13
American Ballet Theatre 483, 494, 496, 497, 703 n 84
American Business Consultants 166–7, 189; Red Channels 167
American Civil Liberties Union 166, 211
American Committee for Cultural Freedom 125, 394, 425, 713 n 19
American Council of American-Soviet Friendship 90
American Federation of Arts 559
American Federation of Labor (AFL) 34, 182
American Federation of Radio and Television Artists 167
American Labor Party 62, 446
American Legion 24, 165, 192, 449, 559
American Peace Movement 304
American Society of Newspaper Editors 89
American Watercolour Society 713 n 13
Amidei, Sergio 236
Amnesty International 357, 361, 363
Andersen, Georges 537–8
Anderson, Joseph L 153, 154, 155, 158, 268, 645 n 96, 645 n 104
Anderson, Lindsay 126
Anderson, Marian 445–6
Anderson, Raymond 465, 597, 598
Anderson, Sherwood 623 n24
Andersson, Bibi 218, 243
Andrew, Christopher 501–4; The Mitrokhin Archive 502–4, 704 n 114, 705 n 119, 705 n125
Andrews, Dana 167, 169
Andropov, Yuri 86, 410, 501, 605, 613
Andrzejewski, Jerzy 366
Angell, Ernest 211
Anikeyenok, Aleksei 597
Anikst, Aleksandr 343–4
Annigoni, Pietro: HM Queen Elizabeth II 542
Anosov, Nikolai 379
Anouilh, Jean 58, 73, 107, 340

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