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“Nothing short of horrifying . . . In terms of putting the last 100 years in perspective, Dupes may be one of the most significant literary offerings of our time.” —Washington Times
'“A brilliant work . . . Read Dupes from cover to cover. It’s that important.” —WorldNetDaily“Kengor’s illustrations of dupery in his new book are plentiful. . . . Perhaps most importantly, Kengor places the ‘dupe’ phenomenon beyond its Cold War context, linking it to current events such as Islamic terrorism.” —Human Events“The most exhaustive and definitive account of Communism’s twentieth-century assault on America to date. It is a story that flows with virtual seamlessness into the defining conflict of the new century and millennium—the threat of Islamism.” —Townhall.com“This book masterfully documents dupes in the U.S. from [Capitol] Hill to . . . Hollywood.” —Big Hollywood“A book so fascinating and so revealing that I couldn’t put it down.” —Burton Folsom Jr., author of New Deal or Raw Deal?“A great contribution . . . Peels back the layers of lies and obfuscation the American Left has used for years.” —Larry Schweikart, bestselling author of A Patriot’s History of the United States“An enormously important book . . . that left me amazed and a bit frightened.” —Fred Barnes, executive editor of the Weekly Standard“A detailed, riveting history of those who secretly served the enemy. Not to be missed!” —Peter Schweizer, bestselling author of Reagan’s War and Do as I Say (Not as I Do)'
Publisher: Intercollegiate Studies Institute