Liberals and Communism: The Red Decade Revisted
By: Frank A. Warren (author)Hardback
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Assesses the nature and extent of communist influence on American liberal thought in the 1930s. The study focuses on writers associated with left-wing liberalism, such as John Dewey and Bruce Bliven, and publications such as The New Republic, The Nation and Common Sense.
Liberalism reconsidered; crisis of capitalism; Soviet Russia - lodestone of the American liberal; the fascist tiger at the gates; behind the popular front; liberalism fights the little World War; collective security - peace policy or war policy?; the Moscow trials on trial; the collapse of the popular front; perspectives - past and present.
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