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The Twenty-Year Revolution: from Roosevelt to Eisenhower

  • The TWENTY-YEAR REVOLUTION from Roosevelt to Eisenhower by Chesly Manly
September 3, 1954Chesly Manly

Tags U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

From the author:

As Thomas Paine wrote in The Crisis, in 1776, "These are times that try men's souls." The question then was whether the American revolution could be saved. The·question now is whether the American Republic, born in a patriotic revolution against foreign oppressors, can survive a stealthy, encroaching revolution, motivated by treasonous allegiance to alien ideologies.

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Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, 1954