After Deadly Hurricane, Hemingway Asks: Who Killed the Vets?
Clip: Episode 2 | 4m 21s | Video has closed captioning.
In 1935, a hurricane hit Florida killing more than 400 people, including 259 homeless veterans of WWI. Hemingway, whose peers denounced him during the Great Depression for his refusal to declare solidarity with the working class, admonished the Roosevelt administration in "New Masses" magazine for its role in sending veterans south to build highway bridges to bring visitors to the Florida Keys.
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