As the sinister shadow of McCarthyism spreads across America, a woman fights to save everything she holds dear Lola Gregg grew up the daughter of a respected physician in a tiny factory town. She married and had children, perfectly content in her quiet suburban existence. But Lola has a problem: At a time when progressivism is considered a national threat, Lola and her husband are on the wrong side of the political spectrum. When the FBI begins to tail her husband due to his leftist affiliations, Lola is forced to choose between her deeply held beliefs and the very safety of her family. Intense and thought-provoking, Lola Gregg is a potent thriller about one woman's struggle to preserve ideological freedom against the reactionary forces of her day. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Howard Fast including rare photos from the author's estate.
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December 13, 2011
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