A Serious Flaw in Kovel; A Response to W. H. Locke Anderson; A Reply to Joel Kovel
AbstractTo disagree with a review in Monthly Review by its Associate Editor of a book that is dedicated to Paul Sweezy and Harry Magdoff (and to Alger Hiss) is not a task to be taken lightly. But, in as comradely a spirit as I can muster, I would like to take issue with W. H. Locke Anderson's review (MR, May 1994) of Joel Kovel's Red Hunting in the Promised Land.
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