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A Bit Off the Mark, but Just a Bit

Reader comment on item: None Dare Call It Treason... 25 Years Later

Submitted by Long Time Conservative (United States), Dec 20, 2007 at 16:26

I read it 43 years ago and still cherish the copy. The author overestimated red power but not home-grown anti Americanism. I think our "treason class" would favor royal perogatives if only a powerful monarch would rise up and oppose America and western values.

We seem to have a group of America haters somehow growing out of our culture.

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