Beyond Left and Right: INSURGENCY AND THE ESTABLISHMENT
by David A. Horowitz
University of Illinois Press, 1996
Paper: 978-0-252-06568-2 | Cloth: 978-0-252-02266-1
Library of Congress Classification E743.H679 1997
Dewey Decimal Classification 306.20973

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
      "As a study of modern
        American political culture, Beyond Left and Right gets high marks.
        This is an extremely readable book. It should quickly become a basic source,
        especially beneficial to scholars who are researching modern American
        political history. Lay readers with an interest in American politics should
        find it informative and accessible. Horowitz explains his ideas in clear
        direct prose, free of jargon." -- LeRoy Ashby, author of William
        Jennings Bryan: Champion of Democracy
      Beyond Left and Right
        is a sweeping overview of political insurgency in the United States from
        the 1880s to the present. It is at once a stunning synthesis, drawing
        on a large number of scholarly works, and an ambitious and original piece
        of research. The book ranges over diverse individuals and groups that
        have attacked the established order, from the left and the right, from
        the Populists of the 1890s to Ross Perot and the religious right of our
        times, dealing along the way with non-interventionists, Klans, monetary
        radicals, McCarthyites, Birchers, and Reaganites, among many others.
 
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