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Eliot, writers diffi- of their work resisted the incorporating logic of capitalism and communism. It James or the austere Eliot into the man in the street so Although we can glimpse here the reasoning that was to permit many American intellectuals to abandon politics and become entangled with the High Art apostles disdainful of mass culture who dominated the 1950s, it is would be hard to turn 'late' central to Popular Front thinking. important to note that for Greenberg, could be, it who was tr}ing to define what a socialist art was the kind of polic}' espoused by the Popular Front that represented an abandonment of political radicalism.
Homer, Alfi-ed Stieglitz. and the American Avant-Garde, New York, 1977, '291', 8. p. 165. 9. 10. , Alfred 268. Stieglitz-: A Collective Pottrait, NT, 1934, pp. 126-7. , p. 137. Cit\-, 11. p. American Place', in Waldo D. ^rmon- Show and dependence on Cezanne and declaring that balance of forms around a center as sculpture', a Modernism Early 41 and depth - not 'light is projection a Le\in and others have Russell, as Gail shown,' was by 19 12 basing his painting on sculptures, specifically on plaster casts of Michelangelo's Pietas and Slaves, which he broke up into a series of flattened, making the sources abstracted areas, virtually unrecognizable (see Fig.
Refounded in 1937 after three years as a (-ommunist Party cultural organ, Partisan Review took issue with the Stalinist-inspired Popular Front against fascism that had «-^*¥i been inaugurated by the C^omintern in 1935. The acceptance of this policy by the ^Vmerigan C>ommunist Party and many fellow-travellers was, in part, politically determined: a' recognition of the dire threat of fascism (particularly to the USSR, the ideal against which the failings of American capitalism could be set) ami an acknowleilg- Douglas Tallack 32 ment of the poor electoral CPUSA and perfonnance of the the Socialist Part}- in spite of the visible collapse of capitalism.