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'It Can't Happen Here' At Berkeley Rep Is A Timely If Heavy-Handed Political Cautionary Tale

It's based on Sinclair Lewis's scarily prescient 1935 novel about America falling under the sway of fascism at the hands of a single, populist, wildly dishonest candidate for President. [ more › ]
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