The Wallachs have a problem. The fact that their teenaged daughter, Rose, is rebelling is certainly no surprise; what teenager doesn’t? But her parents are Marxists who have devoted themselves to opposing McCarthyism, anti-Semitism, and the exploitation of the working class with equal zeal. But Rose finds her parents’ ideologies oppressive and slightly dangerous, and positions her youthful rebellion not around a desire to wear shorter skirts or break her curfew, but rather around... More >>>