Who reads John Updike?
Do the kids – in these times of identity politics – still read Updike? The answer is “probably not”. But should they? Claire Lowdon makes the case; Toby Lichtig discusses Chelsea Manning, the US Army data analyst turned whistle-blower, and a new documentary on her life; Eric Rauchway considers the prevalence of pro-Nazi feeling and policy in 1940s America and beyond
Novels 1959–1965: The Poorhouse Fair, Rabbit, Run, The Centaur, Of the Farm, by John Updike (Library of America)
XY Chelsea, directed by Tim Travers Hawkins
Hitler’s American Friends: The Third Reich’s supporters in the United States, by Bradley Hart
The Unwanted: America, Auschwitz, and a village caught in between, by Michael DobbsFor information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy