History: The Myth of “Red Fascism”

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peatedly likened student radicals to Europeanrn"fascists." My colleague found thisrnremarkable, given the fact that Hofstadterrnhad spent decades agonizing over thern"paranoid style" of the American nativistrnright. For Hofstadter and others of likernmind, however, the campus radicalsrnwere not progressive reformers but hatersrnof "liberal democracy." Some of them,rnin deference to . . .

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