Author of 'Ten-Cent Plague' Explores Outlaw Comics

Style Weekly | September 17, 2008
The '40s and '50s were a time of political persecution for the authors of early alternative comic books -- of congressional hearings, of blacklists and of book burnings only dimly remembered by history. But it's a time worth remembering, if not for its art, then for its lessons, says David Hajdu.
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