It is written for the unsophisticated reader, is repetitious, and explains everything in simple terms--all of which I appreciate, because it makes the book easy to read and its impact more powerful than the stuff produced by Kolko, Doberman, and other unreadable Marxist historians. The book ends with self-serving hawking of itself as the best defense against the conspirators.
Year Read: 1976
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