Routledge studies in law, society, and popular culture ; 5.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -304).
Formatted Contents Note
Figures of committed artists Models and public voices in the anti-war movement Generations and relations to politics Identities, communities and anti-war activism Artistic professions and politics Costs and paradoxes of engaged art Shaping a political intention in the form of art : from tension to affinity Hollywood and the war : celebrities versus politicians?