Fearful of the influence that Marxist ideas might hold over US citizens J. Edgar Hoover, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, began to investigate any evidence of subversion, espionage and radicalization that emerged within the United States.
Yet, Hoover was well aware that he could not combat the forces of Communism alone, and so sought to educate the American people about how they might assist in this effort. Masters of Deceit: The Story Of Communism In America And How To Fight It is the result of this in which he explains the startling facts about what he believed to be the major menace of his time, communism: what it is, how it works, what its aims are, the real dangers it poses, and what loyal American citizens must know to protect their freedom.
This book is a firsthand account of American communism from its beginnings to the present, written by a man more intimately familiar with the complete story than any other American.
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