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Lamont , but eschewed Wall Street for a life of radical dissent. He founded Marxist Quarterly , campaigned for Soviet-American friendship, and staunchly supported the Soviet Union even after Stalin 's genocidal atrocities became known in the West though late in life he conceded that he had "been oversold on Stalinism".
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A millionaire by heredity, he taught at several colleges, and was an outspoken opponent of nuclear testing, the Vietnam War, and the Gulf War. Through most of the s he was denied a US passport, until he sued and won his case against the State Department.
In , working with I. Subpoenaed by McCarthy, Lamont stood on his First not Fifth Amendment rights, citing his freedom of association in refusing to answer questions, and for this he was convicted of contempt of Congress -- though on appeal the conviction was overturned.
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This poem deals not only with the events described in the novel, but also with Nireus and Helen's subsequent adventures. A Tale of Troy , a series of 12 linked poems about the Trojan war, starts off with a poem entitled 'The Taking of Helen', which treats the story of the abduction in highly compressed form.
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Notably on p. Why should she [Mrs.
Wallis Simpson] not rise to her destiny as Theodora did and become our most famous Queen? Simpson have behaved during the crisis: I liked and love the way the King, my master, whom may God preserve, stood up for the woman he loved. He is such a man as has not been promised to our throne for years, when the young Prince Henry died In this woman, whom we call Theodora, he found one with whom he could live and work
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