By Larry Ceplair
This compelling, severe research of anti-communism illustrates the range of anti-Communist types and agendas, thereby creating a persuasive case that the "threat" of family communism in chilly struggle the USA was once tremendously overblown.
• images of the main amazing anti-Communists
• A bibliography of books and articles consulted
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