The Black Book of the American Left Volume 4: Islamo-Fascism and the War Against the Jews
ISBN: 1941262007
EAN13: 9781941262009
Language: English
Pages: 354
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 9.00" L x 7.00" W
Weight: 2.00 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview
The basic facts of David Horowitz's political odyssey are well known. A Red diaper baby who grew up in what he has called the ghetto of communism, he became a leading Marxist theorist in the early sixties and one of the godfathers of the New Left. But following America's defeat in the Vietnam, Horowitz began to reevaluate the damage those commitments had done to the country. In Volume four, Horowitz focuses on two interlocked issues. The First is the Islamic totalitarianism in America, particularly as it manifests itself on our college campuses. The Second part of this volume takes up the war waged against the U.S. and Israel and Jews in general by Hamas, Hezbollah and other groups. In addition to analyzing their bloodthirsty ideology, Horowitz shows how the genocidal cause of these groups has been taken up by campus radicals. In describing his own confrontations with radical Muslims on our campuses, Horowitz gives a sobering insight into how Islamists have become an increasingly powerful within.
Editor Reviews
From the Back Cover David Horowitz, a writer of beautiful and accessible prose, knows the Left inside and out-literally. As a diaper baby, he saw Communism up close. As a second-thoughts conservative, he stepped back to see the big picture emerge from the small dots. Who better to author a set of volumes called The Black Book of the American Left? -Daniel J. Flynn, author of A Conservative History of the American Left David Horowitz is so powerful a polemicist that it is often forgotten how beautifully he writes. For the same reason, the deeply considered philosophical perspective and the wide-ranging erudition underlying his political passions are just as often overlooked. Horowitz is hated by the left because he is not only an apostate but has been even more relentless and aggressive in attacking his former political allies than some of us who preceded him in what I once called 'breaking ranks' with that world. He has also taken the polemical and organizational techniques he learned in his days on the left, and figured out how to use them against the left, whose vulnerabilities he knows in his bones. -Norman Podhoertz
From the front Cover The basic facts of David Horowitz's political odyssey are well known. A Red diaper baby who grew up in what he has called the ghetto of communism, he became a leading Marxist theorist in the early sixties and one of the godfathers of the New Left. But following America's defeat in the Vietnam, Horowitz began to reevaluate the damage those commitments had done to the country. In Volume four, Horowitz focuses on two interlocked issues. The First is the Islamic totalitarianism in America, particularly as it manifests itself on our college campuses. The Second part of this volume takes up the war waged against the U.S. and Israel and Jews in general by Hamas, Hezbollah and other groups. In addition to analyzing their bloodthirsty ideology, Horowitz shows how the genocidal cause of these groups has been taken up by campus radicals. In describing his own confrontations with radical Muslims on our campuses, Horowitz gives a sobering insight into how Islamists have become an increasingly powerful within.