Books by Mary F. Corey

Released: April 1, 1999

"While the book contains some interesting trivia, its basic conclusion, that postwar American society was torn by anxiety and internal contradictions, is hardly eye-opening."
Historian Corey (UCLA) sets herself an original task—to re-create the complex mosaic of postwar America from the vantage of the New Yorker, the most cosmopolitan and nonpartisan magazine of the time. Read full book review >