Radicals: Portraits of a Destructive Passion
ISBN: 1596988126
EAN13: 9781596988125
Language: English
Pages: 232
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 9.00" L x 6.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
Book Overview
Radical liberals want to make America a better place, but their utopian social engineering leads to greater human suffering. Explore the origin and evolution of radical liberals and their ideology, and how liberalism is not only intellectually crippling for its adherents, but devastating to society.
Editor Reviews
From the Back Cover Praise for David Horowitz: David Horowitz is one of America s most important and interesting thinkers. Bernard Goldberg , author of Bias The most brilliant political mind in America. Dennis Miller , author of The Rant Zone David Horowitz is a national treasure. Roger Kimball , author of The Long March: How the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s Changed America Praise for David Horowitz s previous book Point in Time David Horowitz is so powerful a polemist that it is often forgotten how beautifully he writes. Norman Podhoretz , author of Why Are Jews Liberals? I have admired David Horowitz for decades. He has taught me many important lessons. But never have I been so moved by his writing as I am by this brief and profound book. Dennis Prager , author of Still the Best Hope
From the front Cover Praise for David Horowitz: David Horowitz is one of America's most important and interesting thinkers. -- Bernard Goldberg , author of Bias The most brilliant political mind in America. -- Dennis Miller , author of The Rant Zone David Horowitz is a national treasure. -- Roger Kimball , author of The Long March: How the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s Changed America Praise for David Horowitz's previous book Point in Time David Horowitz is so powerful a polemist that it is often forgotten how beautifully he writes. -- Norman Podhoretz , author of Why Are Jews Liberals? I have admired David Horowitz for decades. He has taught me many important lessons. But never have I been so moved by his writing as I am by this brief and profound book. -- Dennis Prager , author of Still the Best Hope