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Peter W.Y. Lee explores how the legacy of the Great Depression and World War II shaped the formative years of the Cold War. Lee uses youth culture in American films to show how the postwar concerns over the family, race, militarism, and internationalism were carryovers from the past 15 years, which coalesced into anticommunism.         

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Peter W.Y. Lee explores how the legacy of the Great Depression and World War II shaped the formative years of the Cold War. Lee uses youth culture in American films to show how the postwar concerns over the family, race, militarism, and internationalism were carryovers from the past 15 years, which coalesced into anticommunism.         
Autorenporträt
PETER W.Y. LEE is an independent historian specializing in American history and youth culture. He has published widely on comic books, film, and television. His most recent edited volume is Peanuts and American Culture: Essays on Charles M. Schulz's Iconic Comic Strip.