British and American Anticommunism Before the Cold War
A study of British and American anti-communist thought in the 50 years before the Cold War. It examines socialist, liberal and conservative varieties of anti-communism from the debates of the 1880s, up until the onset of the Cold War after Churchill's Iron Curtain speech in 1946. In doing so, it analyzes the writings and activities of a wide range of politically attached intellectuals, publicists and politicians.
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2nd sess 3rd sess 65th Cong Allied Anglophone anti anti-Bolshevik anti-collectivist Anti-Socialist Anti-Socialist Union anticommunism anticommunist April argued argumentation August Bolsheviks Bolshevism Britain British Cambridge campaign Churchill's Colcord Cold Cold War collectivism collectivist communism communist conservatism conservative anticommunism cooperation David Jayne Hill December democratic diary economic elites emphasised February force German Harvey's Weekly Hoare Hyndman ideological industrial January John Spargo July June laissez-faire laissez-faire conservatives League of Nations left-liberals liberal Lloyd George London Lord March menace military intervention military interventionist modern moral Morning Post movement National Review North American Review November organisation Oxford University Press Peace political President Wilson programme progress radical reel Republic Root Russia Senator September 1919 Sherman papers social control social democracy social reform socialist Soviet Spargo papers stressed Taft papers totalitarian trade traditional Western William Howard Taft Wilsonian Winston Churchill Woodrow Wilson York