An ardent, arbitrary discussion of our ""real enemy""- socialism, rather than communism, with England- ""sneaked into...

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An ardent, arbitrary discussion of our ""real enemy""- socialism, rather than communism, with England- ""sneaked into socialism"" as an object lesson for this country. Returning in time to the Fabians, which gave socialism its impetus over there, Flynn shows how far it has gone today, and how badly it has muffed attempts at state control, socialized medicine, etc. And in America- under the label of ""planned economy""- he indicates the menace of the penetration of the unions, the democratic party, religion and education, and names the leading offenders-Roosevelt, Hillman, Reuther, etc. A thoroughly illiberal, individualistic approach to any attempt at governmental control or betterment, but Flynn has a following.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949