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Author Witham, Barry, 1939- author.

Title From red-baiting to blacklisting : the labor plays of Manny Fried / Barry B. Witham
Published Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, [2020]


Description 1 online resource (xii, 304 pages) : illustrations
Series Theater in the Americas
Theater in the Americas.
Contents From red to black -- Cointelpro -- Elegy for Stanley Gorski -- Drop hammer -- The dodo bird -- Ending notes -- Elegy for Stanley Gorski : a play / by Emanuel Fried -- Drop hammer : a play / by Emanuel Fried -- The dodo bird : a play / by Emanuel Fried
Summary "This book examines Manny Fried's career as a labor organizer and blacklisted citizen by exploring his major labor plays and the political atmosphere that nurtured them"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 05, 2020)
Subject Fried, Emanuel, 1913-2011.
Fried, Emanuel, 1913-2011 -- Criticism and interpretation
SUBJECT Fried, Emanuel, 1913-2011 fast
Subject Dramatists, American -- 20th century -- Biography
Labor leaders -- United States -- Biography
Political plays, American -- History and criticism
Labor movement in literature.
Working class in literature.
Labor movement -- United States -- Drama
Labor unions -- United States -- Drama
Employees -- United States -- Drama
Working class -- United States -- Drama
Anti-communist movements -- United States -- Drama
Political plays.
Anti-communist movements
Dramatists, American
Labor leaders
Labor movement
Labor movement in literature
Labor unions
Political plays
Political plays, American
Working class
Working class in literature
United States
Genre/Form Biographies
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Container of (work): Fried, Emanuel, 1913-2011. Elegy for Stanley Gorski
Container of (work): Fried, Emanuel, 1913-2011. Drop hammer
Container of (work): Fried, Emanuel, 1913-2011. Dodo bird
LC no. 2019035022
ISBN 0809337762