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I started reading this book with the hope of a real clear discussion of academic penetration by the ideology that stands behind communism. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Scott Free
The last 10 pages did not appear to have anything to do with the overall subject. The Civil War south? Communism? Why insert this unrelated topic?Published 14 months ago by Larry Marvick
So true. Democracy loving American citizens need to wake up. Present Liberal academia and the "main" media are scams of the kind Jefferson railed against.Published 14 months ago by richard mcconnel
Not a quick or easy read. This volume is full of citations, and is written for academia. That said, if you want to know how or why so much of the American history of communism here... Read morePublished 16 months ago by A. E. Hutchison
Interesting though arcane look at new left revisionism on the role of communism
in the U.S.
I studied US domestic and diplomatic history extensively. When I was a student in the 1970's the scholarship was unbelievably (I use the word advisedly) skewed. Read morePublished on December 22, 2013 by Generic Personage
I ran across this book in a friend’s library and leafed through it – then went out and bought it for myself. Read morePublished on December 11, 2013 by Drew David
This book while dated is extremely interesting and well researched. It should be required reading along with blacklisted by history. Read morePublished on December 2, 2013 by darlene m bielecki