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The Strangest Dream Communism, Anticommunism, And The U.S. Peace Movement, 1945-1963 (PB) (Cód: 7219292)

Robbie Lieberman

Information Age Publishing POD

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The Strangest Dream Communism, Anticommunism, And The U.S. Peace Movement, 1945-1963 (PB)



The Strangest Dream
Drawing on extensive archival material and oral history, Robbie Lieberman illustrates how grassroots peace activism in the United States became associated with Communist subversion after World War II. This association gave proponents of the Cold War a powerful weapon with which to try to silence the opposition. This weapon-anticommunism--was extremely effective until the early 1960s and its effects linger even today.
The persecution of peace activists as subversives dates back to the colonial era, but the specific link between communism and peace developed out of the unique conditions of the Cold War-Communist agitation for peace, American notions of national security and freedom that rested on containing communism at all costs. Not until peace organizations challenged external and internal anti-Communist attacks were they able to achieve a new level of respectability.
The end of the Cold War enabled scholars to take a fresh look at the peace movement in the early part of that era and how it was affected by fears about communism, whether imagined or real. With this book, Lieberman seeks to clarify American attitudes about peace and the fate of the peace movement in ways that previous studies have overlooked or avoided.


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Marca Information Age Publishing POD
Cód. Barras 9781617350542
Altura 23.40 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781617350542
Profundidade 1.42 cm
Referência 9781617350542
Ano da edição 2010
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 266
Peso 0.38 Kg
Largura 156.00 cm
AutorRobbie Lieberman