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None Dare Call It Treason Hardcover – July 1, 1990

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 251 pages
  • Publisher: Liberty Bell (July 1, 1990)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0899667252
  • ISBN-13: 978-0899667256
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.8 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,648,119 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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[Originally posted on 2004, July 9.]

I attempt to season some of my reviews with a pinch of levity, but that will not be the case in this instance because I find nothing even remotely amusing about this subject!

'NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON: 25 YEARS LATER' is John Stormer's 1990 update of his original classic which documents Communist infiltration of the United States government as well as many other public opinion-molding sectors of American life. Mr. Stormer conclusively shows how our long-cherished American Principles have been subverted by Communistic methodology which utilizes the press, court rulings, the labor movements, the education system, tax-exempt foundation grants, government influence, and (believe it or not) even religious publications to exert pressure from above and below in order to reconfigure our framework and adapt existing structures to accomodate Socialistic goals.

The person who tells you that this is all just paranoid delusion and innuendo unsupported by any verifiable documentation is DELIBERATELY misleading you! 'NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON: 25 YEARS LATER' is one of the most thoroughly researched books I have ever encountered during my lifelong reading addiction! The exhaustive reference section spans a full 25 pages of minuscule print that cites countless books, textbooks, articles, Congressional records, administrative reports, official bulletins, treaty protocols, sworn testimony from government hearings, and most significantly, myriad Communist publications and reviews. It's not that there is just a "mountain of evidence" to support every one of Stormer's charges - that mountain is the size of Everest!
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John Stormer is "an Air Force veteran of the Korean War," who trained as an engineer "before awakening to the Communist threat in the late 1950's." His first book (published in 1964, and distributed to supporters of Goldwater for President), None Dare Call It Treason, sold more than 7 million copies, and his later books (such as None Dare Call It Education, The Death of a Nation, Betrayed By the Bench: How Judge-made Law Has Transformed America's Constitution, Courts and Culture, Growing Up God's Way) have also sold in the millions. He became a Christian after NDCIT was published, and he served as a pastor and a Christian school superintendent for many years.

He notes in the Preface to this 1990 edition, "Twenty-five years have passed since. None Dare Call It Treason's warnings, ignored by many, have been proven true." For example, "Twenty additional countries have gone into the Marxist camp since 1964. Millions of people have been slaughtered by Communist 'liberators.' Over 3 million were murdered in Cambodia... Other millions starved to death when communism came to Ethiopia." (Pg.
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None Dare Call It Treason--25 Years Later is an update of John Stormer's 1964 bestselling book, None Dare Call It Treason. Stormer's book was a bestselling book in 1964 because many individuals and organizations bought boxes of his book and distributed them at no cost. By 1964, Americans were aware that Fidel Castro imposed communist rule in Cuba with the help of the dishonest American media (especially, the New York Times) and treasonous American political leaders. President John Kennedy's blunders included calling Castro the Simon Bolivar of Cuba, guarantees of communist rule in Cuba to end the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the betrayal of Cubans who returned to Cuba for the Bay of Pigs invasion. Details of the assassination of President Kennedy included possible links to Cuba and to the Soviet Union. Another 1964 book detailed the unsavory past of President Lyndon Johnson: A Texan Looks at Lyndon by J. Evetts Haley. Senator Barry Goldwater, 1964 Republican presidential candidate, an anti-communist, and author of The Conscience of a Conservative, posed a threat to those in the American media and even in the Republican Party who were not anti-communist.

Stormer's update is important reading today, especially for Americans duped by the neo-conservatives (neo-Trotskyites) into believing that communism died with the collapse of the Soviet Union. Stormer has documented how communism remains strong in many countries, including in supposedly former communist countries with the same political leaders in power.

Unfortunately, Stormer's updates are lacking, incomplete, or wrong on many issues. For example:

1. The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is no longer an anti-communist organization (page 311).
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