Forbidden Bookshelf's Resistance in America Collection: Friendly Fascism, The Search for an Abortionist, and Dallas '63 by Nancy Howell Lee, Bertram Gross, Peter Dale Scott

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Forbidden Bookshelf's Resistance in America Collection: Friendly Fascism, The Search for an Abortionist, and Dallas '63

'Praise for Friendly Fascism “At a time of escalating political uncertainty, when the forces of totalitarianism threaten once more to crawl out of the American woodwork, Friendly Fascism is a powerful tool—better yet, a weapon—that can help us avert a distinctly unfriendly future.” —Alvin Toffler   “First-rate . . . a fascinating, provocative job. Bertram Gross has written an important book, and it deserves the widest possible audiences.” —Michael Harrington   “This is the best thing I’ve ever seen on how America might go fascist democratically. Friendly Fascism offers a very clear exposition of where America is, and how we got there.” —William Shirer  Praise for Peter Dale Scott’s Deep Politics and the Death of JFK “[A] staggeringly well-researched and intelligent overview not only of the JFK assassination but also of the rise of forces undermining American democracy . . . A kind of Rosetta stone for cracking open the deepest darkness in American politics.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Highly recommended.” —Library Journal   “May well be the most thoughtful and serious-minded of the 2,500 titles on the subject published over the years.” —Toronto Star  Praise for The Search for an Abortionist “A fact-filled journal of the experiences of ordinary, law-abiding women who were determined to get an abortion rather than go through with unwanted pregnancy.” —The Detroit News   “A highly specialized and necessarily speculative study of that ‘widespread and uncoordinated activity’ . . . The handling is nonjudgmental.” —Kirkus Reviews  '
'Praise for Friendly Fascism “At a time of escalating political uncertainty, when the forces of totalitarianism threaten once more to crawl out of the American woodwork, Friendly Fascism is a powerful tool—better yet, a weapon—that can help us avert a distinctly unfriendly future.” —Alvin Toffler   “First-rate . . . a fascinating, provocative job. Bertram Gross has written an important book, and it deserves the widest possible audiences.” —Michael Harrington   “This is the best thing I’ve ever seen on how America might go fascist democratically. Friendly Fascism offers a very clear exposition of where America is, and how we got there.” —William Shirer  Praise for Peter Dale Scott’s Deep Politics and the Death of JFK “[A] staggeringly well-researched and intelligent overview not only of the JFK assassination but also of the rise of forces undermining American democracy . . . A kind of Rosetta stone for cracking open the deepest darkness in American politics.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Highly recommended.” —Library Journal   “May well be the most thoughtful and serious-minded of the 2,500 titles on the subject published over the years.” —Toronto Star  Praise for The Search for an Abortionist “A fact-filled journal of the experiences of ordinary, law-abiding women who were determined to get an abortion rather than go through with unwanted pregnancy.” —The Detroit News   “A highly specialized and necessarily speculative study of that ‘widespread and uncoordinated activity’ . . . The handling is nonjudgmental.” —Kirkus Reviews  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504046206 Pages: 1602