CORNELIA JAMES CANNON AND THE FUTURE AMERICAN RACE
Diedrich examines the life of Cannon (1876-1969), a prolific writer who in addition to writing eight novels, published dozens of essays during the 1920s and 1930s on a broad range of controversial topics. By disentangling the threads of Cannon's life and thought, Diedrich seeks to shed light on the experiences of other progressive reformers of the interwar years as well. Photos.
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