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Paul Buhle

Paul Buhle, who published the one-shot Radical America Komiks in 1969, is researching Yiddish and Jewish culture in America. Monthly Review will publish his next book, Insurgent Images: The Labor Murals of Mike Alewitz, in February 2001. His biography of blacklisted writer-director Abraham Lincoln Polansky, A Very Dangerous Citizen, written with Dave Wagner, will be published in April 2001 by California University Press.

  • Foreign PolicyApril 8, 2010

    Left & Right Against War

    When it comes to the military budget, peacenik right and left are on the same side.

    Paul Buhle

  • HistoryNovember 27, 2000

    Liberalism: In Search Of

    A half-century after the appearance of The Vital Center, Arthur Schlesinger Jr.’s spirited political polemic, we have more than sufficient cause to meditate on what might be called Dead Centrism.

    Paul Buhle

  • Fine ArtSeptember 28, 2000

    Walker in the Imagined City

    Ben Katchor had been a bit of a cultural phenomenon for nearly a decade before he became a MacArthur fellow–a first for a cartoonist–this summer; is this the beginning of comic-strip artists being recognized as "real" artists?

    Paul Buhle

  • PoliticsMay 20, 1999

    Monthly Review at 50

    Monthly Review celebrated its semicentennial on May 7 with a Manhattan bash featuring loyalists Ossie Davis, Adrienne Rich and Cornel West, and a special retrospective May issue put togeth

    Paul Buhle

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  • BiographyMay 6, 1999

    Lovestone’s Thin Red Line

    Jay Lovestone is not only one of the oddest characters in the history of the American left but easily its most slippery.

    Paul Buhle

  • The Marching Saint

    Staughton Lynd, although he would never admit it, is one of the visible saints of the modern American left.

    Paul Buhle