The Second Red Scare and the Unmaking of the New Deal Left

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1.1Elizabeth Wickenden and Tex Goldschmidt, 193320
1.2Charlotte Tuttle Lloyd, about 194521
1.3Catherine Bauer, 1940s39
1.4Lucy Kramer in regalia with members of the Oglala Sioux, about 193542
1.5Felix Cohen, Lucy Kramer, and Gene Cohen, 194243
2.1Rep. Martin Dies (D-Tex.), 193757
2.2J. B. Matthews testifying before the Dies Committee, 193857
2.3Members of the Washington D.C. League of Women Shoppers picketing, 193974
2.4Caroline Ware, Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration, 194177
2.5Caroline Ware at Senate hearing, 194682
3.1“Better take a second look” cartoon, Washington Times-Herald, 195292
4.1President Truman with his new Council of Economic Advisers, 1946116
4.2Mary Dublin and Leon Keyserling, 1950125
4.3Mary Dublin and Elisabeth Dublin at Barnard College135
4.4Headline quoting Leon Keyserling’s response to McCarthy’s allegations, 1952139
5.1A page from Mary Dublin’s 1938 appointment book151
7.1Pauli Murray and Esther Peterson, 1962234
7.2Wilbur Cohen and President Lyndon Johnson, 1968243
7.3Elizabeth Wickenden, circa 1951247
7.4Tex Goldschmidt, circa 1951254
7.5Tex Goldschmidt and Elizabeth Wickenden with Lyndon and Ladybird Johnson, circa 1967257

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