Conspiracy; the fear of subversion in American history. Edited by Richard O. Curry [and] Thomas M. Brown.
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Brown, Thomas M.
Subversive activities -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government.
xi, 302 p. 21 cm.
The image of the beast: anti-papal rhetoric in colonial America, by T. M. Brown.--The logic of rebellion: conspiracy fears and the American revolution, by B. Bailyn.--The federalist era as an age of passion, by M. Smelser.--Some themes of counter-subversion: an analysis of anti-masonic, anti-Catholic, and anti-Mormon literature, by D. B. Davis.--The slave power conspiracy: 1830-1860, by R. B. Nye.--Lincoln's loyal opposition: the problem of the "Copperheads," by R. O. Curry.--The folklore of populism, by R. Hofstadter.--The tolerant populists, by W. T. K. Nugent.--Communism and the great steel strike of 1919, R. K. Murray.--The American red scare of 1919-1920, by S. Coben.--The Klan's fight for Americanism, by H. W. Evans.--Fascism and Father Coughlin, by J. P. Shenton.--The attack on Japanese Americans during World War II, by J. ten Broek, E. N. Barnhart, and F. W. Matson.--The radical right: a problem for American democracy, by S. M. Lipset.--McCarthyism and mass politics, by M. P. Rogin.--The McCarthyism of the left, by J. Hitchcock.--Anxiety in politics, by F. Neumann.--Demagogy, by G. W. Allport.--Another look at nativism, by J. Higham.--Bibliography (p. 287-295)
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