From the April, 2006 issue of Touchstone
History Rebuffed by Thomas C. Reeves

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History Rebuffed

Herbert J. Muller’s The Uses of the Past
by Thomas C. Reeves

In the late 1950s, while Americans for Democratic Action and the American Civil Liberties Union were struggling against the legacy of McCarthyism, and Adlai Stevenson was still at work, after two failed attempts, to extend the New Deal and bring the White House under the control of the articulate and learned, Professor Herbert J. Muller was providing those in the moderate, anti-Communist left with one of the most powerful and persuasive interpretations of history ever written in this country.

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