Other works by Lloyd Billingsley:
Hollywood Party: How Communism Seduced the American Film Industry in the 1930s and 1940s
In the fall of 1997 some of the biggest names in show business filled the Motion Picture Academy theater in Beverly Hills for Hollywood Remembers the Blacklist, a lavish production worthy of an Oscar telecast. In song, film, and live performances by stars such as Billy Crystal, Kevin Spacey, and John Lithgow, the audience relived a time some fifty years before, when, as the story has always been told, courageous writers and actors stood firm against a witch-hunt and blacklist that wrecked lives and destroyed careers. Left untold that night, and ignored in books and films for more than half a century, was a story not so politically correct but vastly more complex and dramatic.
Houston Votes Again on Race Preferences
Published: Tuesday, October 27, 1998
Affirmative Action in Action: Doctor No
Published: Monday, September 01, 1997
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