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“Brilliant, insightful, and important.” —New York Sun
“Well-researched, seriously argued, and funny.” —Publishers Weekly“Bold and witty… [Goldberg] makes a persuasive case that fascism was from the beginning a movement of the left.” —New York Post“Jonah Goldberg is the first historian to detail the havoc this spin of all spins has played upon Western thought for the past seventy-five years, very much including the present moment.” —Tom Wolfe
Goldberg writes well and the book is well researched.
Jonah Goldberg's "Liberal Fascism" is an excellent book which exposes the modern day "liberals" for what they are: totalitarians.
This is a wonderful book that will make you think, and is likely to transform your understanding of political history.
Well worth the time to read or listen to. Knowledge is power, and here is the knowledge of the history of the Left. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Joseph Hores
I enjoyed this book for the history as well as for the lucid exposure of the vacuousness of progressivism.Published 12 days ago by Dave Finch
Jonah Goldberg delivers a thoroughly enjoyable and accessible work. Although this volume was published in 2007, and appropriate for the "Age of Obama," it bears heightened... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Marc Antony Arrigo
Look at these two paragraphs from the summary:
"Contrary to what most people think, the Nazis were ardent socialists (hence the term "National socialism"). Read more
This is a better book than I expected from Jonah Goldberg, but it has problems. There is value in reminding a general readership that Italian Fascism and German National Socialism... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Cornelius
Just a few sentences. This book goes too deep. Even for me, a connoisseur of history and an enemy of Stalin, there is too much. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas M. Surmiak