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On the Hook: Tony Kushner and the Labor Movement
In 1997, the playwright Tony Kushner was going through some books that had belonged to his grandparents when he came across one by George Bernard Shaw that he had never heard of: The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism. … Continue reading
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