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New Left Review I/202, November-December 1993


Mark Levinson and Brian Morton

Irving Howe

In one of his essays Ignazio Silone says that, as a child, he once laughed at the sight of a man being dragged through the street by the police. His father reproved him harshly, telling him never to make fun of a man who has been arrested. ‘Because he can’t defend himself. And because he may be innocent. In any case because he is unhappy.’

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