Beating the Unbeatable Foe: One Man's Victory Over Communism, Leviathan, and the Last Enemy
By the time Joseph Stalin died in 1953, Communism was a rapidly spreading disease - one seemingly without a cure. Enter Dr. Frederick Schwarz, a "pathologist of Communism" who had already spent more than twenty years in the study of Communism's basic ideas. At Dr. Billy Graham's suggestion, Dr. Schwarz formed the United States Christian Anti-Communism Crusade (CACC). For the next four decades, the CACC was the steel spine of the American anti-Communist movement, helping to educate such great anti-Communist leaders as Ronald Reagan.
Beating the Unbeatable Foe is Dr. Schwarz's first-hand account of his lifelong battle against Communism, his devotion to truth and freedom, and his vibrant Christian faith.
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