ATTORNEY GENERAL A. Mitchell Palmer had barely begun his roundup of foreign born radicals when alumni of the Greenwich Village “Little Renaissance” of the 1910s began to write the movement’s epitaph. Waldo Frank’s Our America (1919) set the tone for much of what was to come. The great achievement of Greenwich Village was its fusion of political and cultural radicalism—epitomized by the work of the brilliant critic Randolph Bourne, whose early death from influenza in ...
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