New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. Hardcover. xi, 359p., first edition, very good condition in like dj.
"One of the great ills Americans suffer, [Lewy] writes, is an overreaction to McCarthyism--an atmosphere of anti-anticommunism--which blinds them to the wrongs wrought by international Communism and makes them ignore the deceptive role played by the American Communist Party, which even today keeps eighty percent of its membership secret." - dj.