Policing America’s Writers (The New Yorker)

 

For a great part of the twentieth century, the United States government has policed a number of writers—not only writers from other countries but American writers as well—and apparently the practice is continuing. 

 

Homer Cummings and J. Edgar Hoover looking over a film reel.

Photograph from Bettmann / Getty

 

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