Post World War II New York City
David Reid talked about his book, The Brazen Age: New York City and the American Empire: Politics, Art, and Bohemia, in which he argues that between 1945 and 1950, post World War II New York City became a haven for exiles and a world center for literature, art, music, and economic creativity. He spoke with Professor Thomas Bender. close
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Thomas Bender Professor New York University->History Department
- David Reid Author
Lilly Tuttle Assistant Curator Museum of the City of New York
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