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Daniel Aaron: The Thirties - Myths and Realities (Reel 1 / Side 1), 1966-05-19

Identifier: U032.01.0009.00014


In this recording, Daniel Aaron--American writer and academic--evaluates the 1930's and how difficult life during the decade appears. Aaron attempts to separate between myth and reality. There is a substantial amount of discussion on liberalism, socialism, communism, the Great Depression, and political upheaval. Literary focal points include John Steinbeck, Theodore Dreiser, Sherwood Anderson, Sinclair Lewis, Thomas Wolfe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, and more.

Total run time: 53:22


  • 1966-05-19


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From the File: 1 Linear Feet (Standard record box)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Reel Diameter: 7" Stereo/Mono: Mono Speed: 3.75 IPS TRT: 53:22 One or Two Sided: One side

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