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Dupes : how America's adversaries have manipulated progressives for a century

Author: Paul Kengor
Publisher: Wilmington, Del. : ISI Books, ©2010.
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Kengor exposes the legions of liberals who have furthered the objectives of America's adversaries, and shows how such dupes have contributed to history's most destructive ideology-- Communism-- but also why they are relevant to today's politics.
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Kengor, Paul, 1966-
Dupes.
Wilmington, Del. : ISI Books, c2010
(OCoLC)757011283
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Kengor
ISBN: 9781935191759 1935191756
OCLC Number: 631745726
Description: xi, 607 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: World revolution, the Comintern, and CPUSA --
Woodrow Wilson : "utter simpleton" --
Potemkin progressives --
John Dewey : the Kremlin's favorite educator --
John Dewey's long, strange trip --
The redemption of Professor Dewey --
Smearing another liberal icon : CPUSA's assault on "Fascist" FDR and the New Deal --
War communism : hating FDR, loving FDR --
Duping FDR : "Uncle Joe" and "buddies" --
The Hollywood front --
October 1947 : Hollywood v. "HUAC" --
Trashing Truman : world communism and the Cold War --
Dreams from Frank Marshall Davis --
Vietnam dupes : protests, riots, and the chaotic summer of '68 --
Grown-up Vietnam dupes : Dr. Spock, Corliss Lamont, and friends --
Radicals : Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, SDS, and the Weathermen --
John Kerry--and Genghis Khan --
A kiss for Brezhnev : Jimmy Carter --
Defending the "evil empire" : stopping Ronald Reagan's "errors" and "distortions" --
"Star Wars" : the SDI sabotage --
September 11, 2001 --
Still dupes for the communists --
2008 : a "progressive" victory --
Postscript : Bogart at the Workers School?
Responsibility: Paul Kengor.
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Historian Kengor shines a light on a deeply troubling aspect of American history: the prominent role of the dupe. Packed with stunning revelations, "Dupes" shows in frightening detail the extent to  Read more...

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