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The politics of anti-communism
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Traditionally, historical research into modern American anticommunism, especially the era of McCarthyism in the s, has tended to explain the recurrent outbreaks of political intolerance and repression as the result of an irrational and paranoid mass movement suffering from “status anxiety,” or as the product of partisan politics or the activities of demagogues, most notably Senator Joseph . Ever since the Bolshevik Revolution of October , anti-communism has been a dominant theme in the political warfare waged by conservative forces against the entire left, Communist and non-Communist; and since and the onset of the Cold War in particular, anti-communism has been ceaselessly disseminated by a multitude of different sources and means--newspapers, radio, television, films.
"The Politics of Scholarship: Liberals, Anti-Communism, and McCarthyism" Athan Theoharis. During the 's American liberals, influenced both by their identification with the New Deal presidency and their acceptance of the anti-Communist politics of the cold war years, sought to explain McCarthyism in terms of a mass-based, essentially non- partisan and nonconservative threat to American. Anti-communism was one of the strongest political forces affecting the United States during the twentieth century. Loudly and repeatedly heralded as an indispensable component of national security, it provoked three “red scares,” all of which had deleterious effects on significant numbers of people, organizations, institutions, and national values.
Theoharis's first book was Anatomy of Anti-Communism (), which was quickly followed with the publication of his revised PhD dissertation, directed under the supervision of Walter Johnson, titled The Yalta Myths: An Issue in U.S. Politics, – (). The book explored the changing symbolism of the Yalta Conference and how it. Anti-communism, anti-fascism, and Catholic modernism (iStock) While I was reading on the subway in New York a couple of weeks ago, a passenger .
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"The scholars who have contributed to Zake's collection offer a unique look at a critical yet often overlooked dimension of ethnic life in the United States during the post-WWII -communism has exerted an important influence on the politics within many ethnic communities and they in turn had an impact on postwar U.S.
foreign policy and domestic politics often disproportionate to their -Communist Format: Hardcover. THE POLITICS OF ANTI-COMMUNISM: A REVIEEW ARTICLE By ROBERT GRIFFITH THE BOOKS under review in this essay con-cern McCarthyism, or, more accurately, America's second great Red Scare.
The dis-tinction is important, for the two are not synonymous. The term McCarthyism was coined during the The politics of anti-communism book 's to describe the politics of anti-communism. Anti-communism is the reaction and opposition to the ideology of communism.
During the 20th century, as communism gained power and the fear grew that it would spread further, organized movements to address the rise of communism emerged throughout the free world.
Although she rightly critiques ideologues of the right for conducting proverbial witch-hunts, she also reasonably critiques an anti-anti-communist hysteria that is part of the legacy of McCarthyism and Cold War politics.
She makes strong points in showing that there is a range of diverse motivations and ideolgies within anti-communism.5/5(1). The Strangest Dream: Communism, Anticommunism, and the U. Peace Movement, (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution) [Lieberman, Robbie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Strangest Dream: Communism, Anticommunism, and the U. Peace Movement, (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution)Cited by: 9. The work concludes with an unapologetic assessment of domestic anti-communism. This book allows readers to more fully comprehend what the anti-communists meant with their rhetoric, and grasp their impact on the United States during the 20th century and beyond―for example, how anti-communism has reappeared as by: 7.
Comrades is probably the best one-volume summary of the rise and fall of Communism you will find. Certainly overshadowed in specific detail by books focusssing on certain leaders or revolutions, but as an overall viewpoint this book is unbeaten/5(22).
Dealing exclusively with “Communism,” these book-racks feature rightist tomes like Yalta Betrayal and No Wonder We’re Losing. According to the distributor, they have been designed for “high-traffic” stores because “we feel information about the Communist threat and the need for pro-Americanism is not readily available to the.
But conservatives should always remain vigilant against totalitarian Leftism, which is why we've selected the top 5 anticommunist books ever written. The Soviets collapsed in Communism, it seems, is on its last legs in today's 21st century world.
The Top Five Anticommunist Books Ever Written 5) Arthur Koestler’s The God That Failed is a compilation of essays by various ex-Communist writers, each detailing the reasons why they left the Left and abandoned utopian socialism.
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The various strands that contribute to the history of postwar anti-communism are rarely joined together in a single study. Many of them can be explored in various essays in The Cambridge History of the Cold War, edited by Leffler, Melvyn P. and Westad, Odd Arne (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), and in Immerman, Richard H.
and Goedde, Petra (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Cold. Taking a new look at two controversial topics, American anti-Communism and the Cold War, this book reveals the little known history of anti-Communism in the US from the point of view of ethnic refugee/émigré groups, and also offers insight into the lives of minority groups that have hitherto not received scholarly attention.
Anti-communism has long been a potent force in American politics, capable of gripping both government and popular attention. Nowhere is this more evident that the two great 'red scares' of and ; the latter generally - if somewhat inaccurately - termed McCarthyism.
The interlude. The subject of The Anti-Communist Manifestos is four influential books that informed the great political struggle known as the Cold War: Darkness at Noon (), by Arthur Koestler, a Hungarian journalist and polymath intellectual; Out of the Night (), by Jan Valtin, a German sailor and labor agitator; I Chose Freedom (), by Victor Kravchenko, a Soviet engineer; an/5.
How was anti-communism organised in the West. This book covers the agents, aims, and arguments of various transnational anti-communist activists during the Cold War.
Existing narratives often place the United States – and especially the CIA – at the centre of anti-communist activity. The book. Anti-communism has long been a potent force in American politics, capable of gripping both government and popular attention. Nowhere is this more evident that the two great 'red scares' of and ; the latter generally - if somewhat inaccurately - termed : Robert Justin Goldstein.
Theoharis's first book was Anatomy of Anti-Communism (), which was quickly followed with the publication of his revised PhD dissertation, directed under the supervision of Walter Johnson, titled The Yalta Myths: An Issue in U.S.
Politics, – (). Anti-communism is also tendentiously selective in another respect. It condemns the political and human abuses of Communist dictatorships, but very often condones or simply ignores the abuses and crimes of right-wing regimes.
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Little ‘Red Scares’: Anti-Communism and Political Repression in the United States,Robert Justin Goldstein’s new edited collection on inter-war anti-communism, is thus a welcome addition. Goldstein, an emeritus professor of political science at Oakland University in Michigan, has written widely on the history of American.Anti-communism is a political movement and ideology opposed to has been prominent in resistance movements against communism under socialist states governed by Marxist–Leninist communist parties throughout history.
Organized anti-communism developed after the October Revolution in Russia and it reached global dimensions during the Cold War, when the United States .Anti-Communism 作者: Joel, Judith (EDT)/ Erickson, Gerald M. (EDT) 出版社: Mep Pubns 副标题: The Politics of Manipulation 出版年: 定价: GBP 装帧: Paperback ISBN: