The Genoveses Find God

Mathewes-Green, Frederica
February 1997
National Review;2/24/1997, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p55
The article presents an interview with Eugene Genovese and Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, a couple who were formerly Marxist and atheist. The couple is famous in the U.S. Elizabeth has written two books that criticize feminism. On the question of whether they had been radicals, the couple explained that they have never called themselves radical. They have been great respecter of tradition and the old ways. The couple converted to Catholic Faith. The collapse of the Soviet Union and the failure of Soviet's political and social experiments convinced Eugene of the moral bankruptcy of Marxism.


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