The Suppression of Salt of the Earth: How Hollywood, Big Labor and Politicians Blacklisted a Movie in Cold War America (Hardback)James J. Lorence (author)
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Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Number of pages: 280
Weight: 564 g
Dimensions: 225 x 150 mm
Edition: New edition
"This book is an important contribution to the history of film, the blacklist, civil rights, and the postwar labor movement."
"In this strongly argued book . . . Lorence demonstrates the vitality of the . . . link between labor and the intellectual community. His well-told story deepens our understanding of Cold War America."
," . . an interesting new work about one of the most important American 'labor' films . . . . Lorence's greatest contribution is providing historians and cinema scholars with an excellent example of how to historicize film."
"James J. Lorence tells the story of the making and suppresion of "Salt of the Earth" with great detail and passion. . . ."Salt of the Earth" is an amazing film. See the movie. Read the book."
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