When Comic Books Were Under Attack

I’ll probably order this book because I find its subject interesting: the interference of government in freedom of expression/creative freedom.

When comic books were under attack (AP)

AP – "The Ten-Cent Plague" (Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 334 pages. $26), by David Hajdu: Hey, Kids! Dad was an abusive drunk, mom had a public boyfriend and angelic, blond-haired little Lucy hated them all.

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