The heretic

Judis, John B.
June 1996
New Republic;6/17/96, Vol. 214 Issue 25, p6
Defends leftist historian Ron Radosh from the sectarianism of the left in the U.S. Overview of books he wrote and published; Criticism of left-wing historians against Radosh; Claim that the radical left and radical right are an offshoot of early Protestant Congregationalism; Information on Radosh's teaching career; Campaign of left-wing historians against Radosh's appointment at George Washington University's history department.


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