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What We Must Know About Communism By Harry Allen Overstreet Bonaro W. Overstreet,

  • Title: What We Must Know About Communism
  • Author: Harry Allen Overstreet Bonaro W. Overstreet
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Overstreets have addressed this book to you and every other intelligent citizen They have looked at Communism as it affects your life and have seen it as a force so powerful that no one can risk only half understanding it.Here, in language that is so easy to comprehend, the authors explain how Communism works in Russia, The United States and other parts of the world The Overstreets have addressed this book to you and every other intelligent citizen They have looked at Communism as it affects your life and have seen it as a force so powerful that no one can risk only half understanding it.Here, in language that is so easy to comprehend, the authors explain how Communism works in Russia, The United States and other parts of the world They tell what the true aims of the Soviet are and how the Communists are trying to accomplish these objectives.The subject of Communism can no longer be left to the specialists in government It creates problems which must be faced by you and every individual who believes in freedom This is the book that presents the facts of Communism that each of us must understand and live with from the back cover
    What We Must Know About Communism The Overstreets have addressed this book to you and every other intelligent citizen They have looked at Communism as it affects your life and have seen it as a force so powerful that no one can risk o

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    1. This highly readable and instructive history of Communism in the Soviet Union and in the United States written shortly after Khrushchev became the Soviet premier and than thirty years before the Soviet Union s collapse, was ahead of its time in how accurately it depicts international Communism s agenda, objectives, and intrinsic tyranny While many Western intellectuals viewed Khrushchev s ascension to power after Stalin s death as a welcome change that may engender a new era of cooperation betw [...]

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