Monday, April 30, 2018

Dupes By Paul Kengor, PhD


Bestselling author Paul Kengor reveals the Ted Kennedy scandals worse than Chappaquiddick - how Stalin played FDR, Hollywood dupes, and much more...

Dr. Paul Kengor reveals all the details in an updated edition of his timeless book, Dupes: How America’s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century, about progressives who were knowing accomplices and/or victims of deception. In the years since Dupes was first published, many new dupes have revealed themselves - including an entire generation inclined to think favorably of Communism, ignorant of the crimes against humanity committed in its name. Equally important, more information has emerged about the duping that occurred in the 20th century.

Turn on cable TV and you’ll find breathless coverage of supposed collusion between Russia and the American president. Lost in this story are the shocking reports of a leading U.S. politician who actually tried to collaborate with the Russian leadership. The politician in question is now in the news for another scandal: Senator Ted Kennedy, whose ugly actions are the subject of the acclaimed new movie, “Chappaquiddick.”

Now, New York Times bestselling author Paul Kengor, PhD reveals another Kennedy scandal as ugly as Chappaquiddick: Ted Kennedy secretly approached the Russian leadership to undermine not one but two American presidents. The Kennedy story is just one of many stunning revelations in a book that exposes the legions of liberals who have (wittingly and unwittingly) aided America’s most dangerous opponents.

Based on never-before published FBI files, Soviet archives, and other primary sources, Dupes also reveals:

·     How Franklin Roosevelt was duped by “Uncle Joe” Stalin - and by a top adviser who may have been a Soviet agent - despite clear warnings from fellow Democrats;
·     Jimmy Carter’s woeful record dealing with America’s two chief foes of the past century;
·     How John Kerry’s accusations that American soldiers committed war crimes in Vietnam may have been the product of Soviet disinformation;
·     Soviet records that demonstrate beyond doubt the Communists’ targeting of American liberals;
·     How liberals still defend the same Communists who trashed Democratic icons - and still attack the anti-Communists who tried to spare those Democrats from manipulation;
·     A potpourri of political-ideological outrages of the Obama years, including the stunning evidence of the extensive Communist ties of Barack Obama’s mentor;
·     Today’s dupes, including:
·     the dupes of the War on Terror;
·     a high-profile movie portraying Dalton Trumbo as a persecuted freedom fighter rather than an apologist for the USSR;
·     New York Times articles insisting Communism “made women’s lives better” and even gave them “better sex;” and how Angela Davis, honorary co-chair of the “Women’s March” in 2017, was a hardcore Communist;
·     New York City, itself, which has twice elected Mayor de Blasio, who in the 1980s was so pro-Communist that he once sold subscriptions to the Nicaraguan Sandinistas’ hardline party newspaper; and
·     The biggest shocker which happened in the 2016 presidential primaries, when Bernie Sanders - a self-avowed socialist who spent part of his youth on a Marxist-Stalinist kibbutz in Israel and honeymooned with his wife in the Soviet Union - received 13 million votes... and who edged out Sanders among the Democrats? Hillary Clinton, a student of Saul Alinsky, won the popular vote in the general election.

It’s a disturbing trend when survey data since the 2008 election of Barack Obama confirms that millennials and young people in general increasingly say they prefer socialism over capitalism. Common sense facts don’t matter to those who believe more people were killed under George W. Bush than under Joseph Stalin, who annihilated tens of millions. As Stalin said in 1930, “Never mind, they’ll swallow it.”

“A detailed, riveting history of those who secretly served the enemy. Not to be missed!”
--PETER SCHWEIZER, bestselling author of “Secret Empires” and “Clinton Cash”

“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

About the Author: Paul Kengor, PhD, is the New York Times bestselling author of “A Pope and a President,” “God and Ronald Reagan,” “The Crusader,” and other books. He is a professor of political science and executive director of the Center for Vision and Values at Grove City College.

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