1987

Soviet Hypocrisy and Western Gullibility

English

In this volume, three distinguished scholars examine a perplexing question: Why do many Westerners willingly believe the propaganda of one of the most notorious regimes in history) the Soviet Union? Sidney Hook places this phenomenon in the context of twentieth-century history. Vladimir Bukovsky shows how the Soviets have been able to manipulate Western public opinion and desire for peace. Paul Hollander surveys the continuing misunderstandings about the Soviet Union among Western people and argues that better information alone cannot remedy the situation.

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