Cultural Revolutions

Getting Agitated

Celebrities—America’s “creative community”—start getting agitated when-ever the country is on the verge of war. They march in antiwar rallies; they publish antiwar ads and petitions; and, most significantly, they don antiwar clothing.

Janet Scott Barlow

Janet Scott Barlow is the author of The Nonpatriotic President: A Survey of the Clinton Years.

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