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Nathan Glazer Today Nathan Glazer in the 1970's Irving Kristol in the Post-War Years Irving Howe during the War
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Irving Howe in Alaska during the War Daniel Bell, Irving Kristol and friend in the Fifties Daniel Bell Today Irving Howe at the time of his graduation from City College
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Irving Kristol in the Forties Irving Howe at the time of his graduation from City College Nathan Glazer as a young boy Irving Howe as a young boy
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Children playing in the street during the Depression Students at City College (CCNY Yearbook) Students at City College (CCNY Yearbook) Students at City College (CCNY Yearbook)
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Students at City College (CCNY Yearbook) Students at City College (CCNY Yearbook) Students at City College (CCNY Yearbook) Socialist Leader Norman Thomas speaks at City College
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Irving Kristol and Friends at City College Nathan Glazer and Daniel Bell at Harvard today Irving Howe as a young boy Nathan Glazer as a student at City College
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Daniel Bell and friends during his college days The Free Speech Movement protests at Berkeley (Bancroft Library) A street corner speaker during the Depression City College scene (CCNY Yearbook)
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Soviet Revolutionary Leader Leon Trotsky The original editoes of Partisan Review, Clockwise from bottom left: F.W. Dupee, George L. K. Morris, Philip Rahv, Dwight MacDonald, William Phillips Street Speaker in Union Square during the Thirties (Arnold Eagle)
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