Banned In Boston: Censorship and Self-Censorship In Boston's Federal Theatre Project.

Vandewalle, Sarah C.


  • A discussion of Boston's censorship tradition in the early twentieth censorship, as it affected the Federal Theatre Project chapter there in the 1930s. The Federal Theatre Project was a national theatre that was part of Roosevelt's WPA, and in Boston it met censorship obstacles. Consequently, the group began to repress radicalism in its own material in order to avoid external censorship and contro... read more
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