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This is a very readable overview of two of the most evil men in history, Stalin and Hitler. The author tries to make the case that Lenin belongs in this group, but I am not buying... Read morePublished 28 days ago by PeteG69
very good book, a lot of pages of bibliography at the end (real book like 80% - 20 % bibliography) but generally well.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is a phenomenal read. By the time you finish this book you will understand the problems with rulers that use socialism to improve the lives of the governed.Published 6 months ago by KenDiesel
Iti is hard to realize the extent to which the myth of the "workers paradise" dominated intellectual and social discourse from 1917 to say Khrushchev's debunking of Stalin(... Read morePublished 14 months ago by T. Washington
Well put together, logical progression of facts, presented in a readable form.Published 15 months ago by Julianne
This is an eye opener, I was never taught this in school nor in college. things haven't even changed.Published 21 months ago by Sharen Duffing