|Ours was the kind of liberal home that "movements" rarely invaded. Bred into us was a prejudice for liberalism. My father is a great idealist, with such a magnificent faith in human goodness that he is continually being duped. He is vitally interested in social and economic problems and has a radical individualistic philosophy while being fervently pro-Roosevelt. >>more...>>
Title: Alice Berman Autobiography
Author: Berman, Alice
Publisher: Lash Papers, FDRL
- American Student Union
- Student Autobiographies
Notes: Written while attending the American Student Union's 1938 and 1939 summer training institutes.