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Joan Acocella: The New Dance Group, at the 92nd Street Y.

January 28, 2013

For a number of reasons—notably, Fascism and Communism—much of the best art of the nineteen-thirties was political art. This was especially true in American modern dance, because it was young (new arts are more sensitive to new trends) and because the field all but defined . . .

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