Many Are the Crimes

Many Are the Crimes

McCarthyism in America

Book - 1998
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Grand Central Pub
From an award-winning McCarthy scholar comes the first post-Cold War exploration of the anticommunist witch-hunt and its devastating impact. Tracing the way that a network of dedicated anticommunists created blacklists and destroyed organizations, this broadbased inquiry reveals the connections between McCarthyism's disparate elements in the belief that understanding its terrible mechanics can prevent a repetition. of photos.

Baker & Taylor
A noted scholar of the period offers an exhaustive analysis of the McCarthy phenomenon with the benefit of newly released FBI files, private papers, and interviews, tracing the inexorable machinations of anticommunism in creating a culture of fear and suspicion.

& Taylor

Offers an analysis of the McCarthy phenomenon, tracing the machinations of anticommunism in creating a culture of fear and suspicion

Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, c1998.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780316774703
Branch Call Number: 973.9 SCH
Characteristics: xviii, 573 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.


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