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Published 2006 by Anthem Books
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First and foremost, this book is a little-known national treasure. This is a complete history of the Leftist movement in America and is the answer to many rhetorical questions such as "What happened to my country?" or "What's wrong with kids these days?" The origin of almost every modern social crisis in America (Antifa, Black Lives Matter, LGBT, the welfare state, etc) can be found in this book. Within the pages of "Cry Havoc!", names are named and specific occurrences are described in intimat ...more
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