McCarthyism and Literature
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This paper takes a look at Senator Joseph McCarthy's obsession with communists and his black list of people considered to be subversives, communist sympathizers and people who would not cooperate with the committee, which meant they would not testify against their fellows or name names of "other suspected subversives". According to the paper, this black list prevented anyone on it from working in the entertainment industry, publishing their work or often even from getting an ordinary job.
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