COLD WAR: Dupes, useful idiots and fellow-travellers

From NewsWeekly

by John Miller
News Weekly, 11 June 2011

Paul Kengor’s recent book, Dupes: How America’s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century (reviewed by Dr Mervyn Bendle in NewsWeekly, May 14, 2011), stands in good company … Read the rest

News Weekly Dupes Review

BOOK REVIEW: DUPES: How America’s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century, by Paul Kengor

by Mervyn F. Bendle (reviewer)
News Weekly, 14 May 2011

The deceivers and the deceived

DUPES: How America’s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Read the rest

The Ted Kennedy Chronicles: A Look at the Latest Declassified FBI Files

by Paul Kengor

Originally published by American Thinker

Another round of declassified FBI files on Senator Ted Kennedy has been released (click here and here). Fittingly, in Kennedy’s case, they are as troubling as they are amusing, once again … Read the rest

Book Review: Dupes Reveals Communist Influence on Hollywood

by Darin Miller at Big Hollywood

Communism is responsible for more deaths in the 20th Century than both world wars, yet liberals have defended it for decades. A new book by Grove City College professor and top Reagan scholar Paul … Read the rest

Dupes Named Book of the Year by The Forgotten Street

Dupes is one of the most important books written in the past seven decades.  It details how much of America’s establishment fell under the spell of the Soviet Union and communism.”

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Christmas with Clarence

Article originally posted at The American Spectator.

No, that’s not “Clarence the Angel” of It’s a Wonderful Life fame. The Clarence in this title is much less inspiring, not exactly angelic — a humbug, really. I’m thinking of Clarence … Read the rest

Big Dupes at Big Peace: Stalin’s Dupes

This is the most recent installment of exclusive interviews with Dr. Paul Kengor, professor of political science at Grove City College, on his book revealing how communists, from Moscow to New York to Chicago, have long manipulated America’s liberals/progressives. Dupes: Read the rest

Was Staunch Anti-Communist Humphrey Bogart Once a Young Commie Dupe?

by Kevin Mooney

While researching declassified archives from Moscow that relate to the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA), Paul Kengor, a political science professor with Grove City College, came across documentation that connects an individual named … Read the rest

American Thinker: Howard Zinn’s Dupes?

By Paul Kengor

Original article at American Thinker

After years of digging into countless pages of FBI files, KGB documents, Soviet media archives, dusty old copies of the Daily Worker, declassified Comintern Archives on Communist Party USA, and much more, … Read the rest