Allen Ginsberg functioned in Cold War culture as an oppositional figure, but his worldview was shaped by, and in some ways consistent with, the culture and habits of mind it critiques. This article posits that Ginsberg and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles were doubles of each other, though doubles with a difference.
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