The Fear of Freedom: A Discussion of the Contemporary Obsession of Anxiety and Fear in the United States : Its Historical Background and Present Expression, and Its Effect on National Security and on Free American Institutions

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Doubleday, 1951 - Civil rights - 263 pages
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Contents

THE RISE OF HYSTERIA
12
IMPACT OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
37
THE NIGHTMARE OF REVOLUTION IN THE UNITED STATES
54
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