^^^^^’f^^^^^^^^nL„nThis is the booknJeane Kirkpattick quoted innher stirring address tonthe Republican conM)entionnÂ¥ ^ Â¥ ^ Â¥ Â¥ Â¥ Â¥ ^ ^ ^ ^ Â¥ ^nDo you remember her words? “The American people know that it isndangerous to blame ourselves for terrible problems we didn’t cause. Theynunderstand, just as the distinguished French writer, Jean-Francois Revel,nunderstEinds the danger of endless self-critidsm and self-denigration. Henwrote: ‘Clearly, a civilization that feels guilty for everything it is and doesnwill lack the energy cind conviction to defend itself.’ “nThat, briefly, is the kernel of this classic study ofnWestern malaise. The Kremlin is playing the liberalnWest like a fiddle. Revel expands his analysis withnseveral key points:nD Liberal democracies are b; nature flabby. If liberalnintellectuals hesitate to admit this — well, the Communistsnare in no hurry to embarrass them.nD Soviet disinformation seeks out the soft spots in ournliberals. And finds them, all the time.nD Revel analyzes the soft spots, shows how thenSoviets zero in on them.nD How the Communists plot — yes, plot — for worldndomination. Why they’ve been winning ever sincenYalta.nD Case histories: how the left-liberals paved the waynfor these Red victories.nD Liberal foreign policy: the intellectual roots.nBut shouldn’t we take comfort from the internal problemsnof the Soviets? Revel calls this an illusion. One ofnus, he points out, will collapse first. But we fail to exploitnCommunist weaknesses. They not only exploitnours, they cause some of them.nlE/^-FIVNNCOl:nREVELnHCWnravDowiiLsnPERISHnSI^USnThe fresh perspective of a EuropeannneoconservativenRevel pours out nourishing ideas about the great struggle:n1^ Grim scenario: two fairly simple strategic movesnthat would make Russia the West’s master — andnno nukes necessary.n1^ How a key Russian diplomat handled Kissinger —nwith success.n(^ Lenin’s game plan: extensive quotes from the evilngenius on how to conquer the West.n1^ 12 pet illusions about the USSR cherished bynWestern liberals.n(^ A new kind of Soviet leader? “The longer Sovietncommunism lasts, the more expansionist itnbecomes,” Revel reminds those who think it’snmellowing.n»^ Moscow’s setbacks. Revel says they cheer him —nbut also give him pause.n^ How to get this $17.95 book FREE ^nHow the Club WorksnEveiy 4 weeks (13 times a year) you get a free copy of the Qub Bulletin, whichnoffers the Featured Selection plus a good choice of Alternates — all of interest tonconservatives. * If you want the Featured Selection, do nothing. It will comenautomatically. • If you don’t want the Featured Selection, or you do want annAlternate, indicate your wishes on the handy card endosed with your Bulletinnand return it by the deadline date. • The majority of Qub boob will be offerednat 20-50% discounts, plus a charge for shipping and handling. * As soonnas you buy and pay for 3 books at r^ar Qub prices, your membership maynbe ended at any time, either by you or by the Qub. * If you ever receive anFeatured Selection without having had 10 days to decide if you want it, you maynreturn it at Qub expense for fiill credit. • Good service. No computers! • ThenQub will offer regular Superbargains, mostly at 70-90% discounts plus shippingnand handling. Superbargains do NOT count toward fulfilling your Qub obligation,nbut do enable you to buy fine books at giveaway prices. • Only onenmembership per household.nnnInAi I CONSERVATIVE I!! BOOK CLUBn15 Oakland Avenue • Harrison, NY 10528nPlease accept my memberstiip in the Club and send me, FREEnand postpaid, Jean-Francois Revel’s riveting new book, HownDemocracies Perish. I agree to buy 3 additional books at regularnQub prices over the next 18 months. I also agree to the Qubnrules spelled out in this coupon. c c u u – 3nNamenAddressnCity . State. .Zip.n