Red apple communism and mccarthyism in cold war new york by phillip deery new york fordham university press 2014 among the many dark pages in american history are the late 1940s and early 1950s when two committees the house committee on un american activities huac and later senator joseph mccarthys ran roughshod over civil liberties destroyed or derailed careers drove some into . Red apple communism and mccarthyism in cold war new york by phillip deery communism and mccarthyism in cold war new york new york empire state editions 2014 xi 252 pp deery sees his case studies as illustrating the heinous effects of mccarthyism mccarthyism in red apple has little to do with the particular activities of . Phillip deerys red apple communism and mccarthyism in cold war new york reminds us of the devastating impact that domestic anticommunism had on its victims at the height of the cold war his narrative recaps the events of the cold war era when americans witnessed the greatest attacks on their civil liberties. A review of red apple communism and mccarthyism in cold war new york by phillip deery gerald sorin distinguished professor of american and jewish studies state university of new york new paltz ny correspondence geraldsorin70gmailcom. Set against a backdrop of mounting anti communism red apple documents the personal physical and mental effects of mccarthyism on six political activists with ties to new york city
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