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In denial : historians, Communism, and espionage

Author: John Earl Haynes; Harvey Klehr; C-SPAN2 (Television network)
Publisher: West Lafayette, IN : C-SPAN Archives, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Historian John Earl Haynes discusses his book, In denial: historians, Communism, and espionage. Mr. Haynes and co-author Harvey Klehr were the first American historians to utilize the recently opened archives of the former Soviet Union in their research. According to Mr. Haynes, the study of communism in America has been taken over by [UTF8+E2809C]revisionist historians[UTF8+E2809D], who attempt to portray American  Read more...
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Named Person: John Earl Haynes
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Earl Haynes; Harvey Klehr; C-SPAN2 (Television network)
OCLC Number: 62757040
Performer(s): Speaker: John Earl Haynes.
Event notes: Recorded Sept. 25, 2003, in Washington, D.C.
Description: 1 videodisc (58 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: John Earl Haynes, co-author, "In denial: historians, Communism, and espionage"
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Responsibility: C-SPAN2.

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Historian John Earl Haynes discusses his book, In denial: historians, Communism, and espionage. Mr. Haynes and co-author Harvey Klehr were the first American historians to utilize the recently opened archives of the former Soviet Union in their research. According to Mr. Haynes, the study of communism in America has been taken over by [UTF8+E2809C]revisionist historians[UTF8+E2809D], who attempt to portray American communists in a favorable light and downplay the threat posed by communism to American democracy. In the book, the authors also examine the ways in which evidence of links between the U.S.S.R. and the American Communist Party have been ignored or modified. Following his remarks, Mr. Haynes answers questions from members of the audience.

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