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I bought this book for a class in US history. The 60s were just before my time and I didn't understand the changes that were taking place. This book helped my a great deal. It's full of information (and sometimes hard to jump back and forth between topics) but a good resource. While it wasn't the most interesting read for my class, it wasn't bad.
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Maurice Isserman (born March 12, 1951), formerly William R. Kenan and the James L. Ferguson chairs, long-time Professor of History at Hamilton College and an important contributor to the "new history of American communism," which reinterpreted the role of the Communist Party USA during the Popular Front period of the 1930s and 1940s.
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