Books by John V. Fleming

Released: July 22, 2013

"Learned, sophisticated and amusing at times—and invariably enlightening."
A former professor (Humanistic Studies/Princeton Univ.) shows that the intellectual glow of the Enlightenment contended with the forces of religious faith, superstition and quackery. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 17, 2009

"A readable, illuminating discussion of the role of books and ideas—and their sometimes strange originators—in the making of political crusades."
Hell hath no fury like a communist converted—and, more so, one who knows how to wield a typewriter. Read full book review >