Cover for PELLS: Radical Visions and American Dreams: Culture and Social Thought in the Depression Years

Radical Visions and American Dreams

Culture and Social Thought in the Depression Years

This edition of Richard H. Pells's classic work of American intellectual history includes a new preface.


"The best explanation I have seen of why Marxism attracted so many intelligent people forty years ago."
-- Newsweek

"A rich, satisfying, well-written book. . . . It is not only an analysis but also an astute critical assessment of how the intellectuals of the thirties understood and tried to change their world, and what it did to them." -- John Higham

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