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By N. Pressley

two decades after Tony Kushner's influential Angels in the USA looked as if it would claim a revitalized efficiency for the preferred political play, there's a "No Politics" prejudice undermining US construction and writing. This booklet explores the mostly unrecognized cultural styles that discourage political playwriting at the modern American stage.

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