Take Heart

Johnson, Gerald W.
February 1962
New Republic;2/19/62, Vol. 146 Issue 8, p9
Contends that the seeming unreasonableness and political aberrations of the radical political right in the U.S. is rooted in their inability to accept the proposition of equality of all men. Suggestion that the prejudicial tendency to equate stranger with enemy persisted in religion; Manifestation of the tendency to detect conspiracies in political organizations; Statement that right extremists have engendered the habit of assailing respectability.


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