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The Arts Fuse
"[A] fresh view, if not always of the films, then of the way critics and scholars have shaped discussions over time."
Introduction: What More Can Be Said about the Hollywood Blacklist?
1. A Bifocal View of Hollywood during the Blacklist Period: Film as Propaganda and Allegory
2. I Was a Communist for RKO: Hollywood Anti-Communism and the Problem of Representing Political Beliefs
3. Reds and Blacks: Representing Race in Anti-Communist Films
4. Stoolies, Cheese-Eaters, and Tie Sellers: Genre, Allegory, and the HUAC Informer
5. The Cross and the Sickle: Allegorical Representations of the Blacklist in Historical Films
6. Roaming the Plains along the “New Frontier”: The Western as Allegory of the Blacklist and the Cold War
7. Loving the Alien: Science Fiction Cinema as Cold War Allegory
Conclusion: Old Wounds and the Texas Sharpshooter