Paul Buhle is co-author with Dave Wagner of Hide in Plain Sight: The Hollywood Blacklistees in Film and Television, 1950-2002 (Paul Graves/St. Martin’s, 2003) and Blacklisted: The Film Lover’s Guide to the Hollywood Blacklist (Paul Graves/St. Martin’s). Before retiring, he was a senior lecturer at Brown University.
It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s the Labor Movement!
Want to teach younger people about organizing? Try comic books. MORE
Features · October 10, 2013
No Punches Pulled
A brilliant new graphic novel takes a nostalgia-free trip to the 1930s. MORE
Culture · May 29, 2013
Harry Kelber: Labor’s Ageless Rebel
Labor’s staunchest defender of rank-and-file democracy against officialdom, Harry Kelber, was still on the job early this year at age 98, sending out daily bulletins on the struggles of labor worldwide and... MORE
Working · April 19, 2013
‘We’re Not Going to Take It’: Thousands Protest Anti-Labor Plan in Madison, Wis.
MADISON, WIS.—As I moved along with the tight-packed crowd late in the afternoon Wednesday, coming out of the demonstrator-filled Wisconsin capitol building and passing the statue of Hans Christian Weg (Union... MORE
Working · February 18, 2011
The startling cinematic success of American Splendor—an indie film uniquely merging the real-story-behind-the-film-story with the comic drawings MORE
Features · October 22, 2003
Kim Stanley Robinson is that rarest phenomenon of fiction, the keen stylist who understands at once hard science, MORE
Culture · August 2, 2002