Red scare or red menace?: American communism and anticommunism in the cold war era

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Ivan R. Dee, 1996 - History - 214 pages
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A reappraisal of American communism and anticommunism in the cold war era, focusing on episodes, personalities, and institutions, and based upon fresh evidence that overturns a great deal of received wisdom. Haynes argues convincingly that after the Second World War the American Communist Party was indeed a serious danger to the American body politic....He has begun the necessary reexamination of a squalid era. --Ronald Radosh, Times Literary Supplement. American Ways Series.

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In 1992, historian Haynes (affiliated with the Library of Congress) was granted access to Soviet archival materials on the American Communist party. He argues in this book that the Soviet Union ... Read full review

Contents

Fascism and World War II
17
The Road to the Cold War
37
The House Committee on UnAmerican Activities
64
Copyright

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