Table of contents for Facing fascism : New York and the Spanish Civil War / edited by Peter N. Carroll and James D. Fernandez.

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Foreword?E. L. Doctorow 
Foreword?Eduardo Lago
Introduction: New York and the Spanish Civil War: Peter N. Carroll
1. New York and the World: The Global Context: Mike Wallace
	Sidebar: Hyman Katz letter
2. The New York Press and the Spanish Civil War: Robert W. Snyder
3. New Yorkers Aid the Spanish Republic: Eric R. Smith
	Sidebar: Evelyn Hutchins: A Woman?s Perspective
4. ?Someone Had to Help?: Dr. Edward K. Barsky 
5. The New York City Left and the Spanish Civil War: Fraser M. Ottanelli
6. From Brooklyn to Belchite: New Yorkers in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade: Justin Byrne 
	Sidebar: Morris Brier
7. Nueva York: The Spanish Speaking Community Responds: James Fernandez
8. Pro-Franco Sentiment and Activity in New York City: Patrick J. McNamara
9. New York Visual Artists and the Spanish Civil War: Helen Langa
10. Images at War: Photographs of the Spanish Civil War in New York City: Juan Salas
11. New York Novelists and Poets Respond to the Spanish Civil War: Alan Wald
	Sidesbars: various short ones included
12. The Graphic Fight: New York Political Cartoonists and the Spanish Civil War: Joshua Brown
13. ?The Lifted Fist?: Performing the Spanish Civil War, New York City, 1936-1939: 
Peter Glazer
	Sidebar: Paul Robeson: Peter Glazer
14. Legacies of the Spanish Civil War in New York?Steven H. Jaffe
	Sidebar: ?Afterwards? by James Neugass
Additional Readings
Acknowledgments
Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939 -- Foreign public opinion, American.
Public opinion -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- 20th century.
Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939 -- Press coverage.
Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939 -- Art and the war.
New York (N.Y.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.