Hoodwinked: How Intellectual Hucksters Have Hijacked American Culture

Hoodwinked How Intellectual Hucksters Have Hijacked American Culture For a century progressive writers and filmmakers multiculturalists like Ward Churchill and Alex Haley sexual revolutionaries like Kinsey and Margaret Mead quasi Marxists like Noam Chomsky and Micha

  • Title: Hoodwinked: How Intellectual Hucksters Have Hijacked American Culture
  • Author: Jack Cashill
  • ISBN: 9781595550118
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For a century, progressive writers and filmmakers multiculturalists like Ward Churchill and Alex Haley, sexual revolutionaries like Kinsey and Margaret Mead, quasi Marxists like Noam Chomsky and Michael Moore, and radical naturalists like Paul Ehrlich and Rachel Carson have been using falsehood and fraud as their principal weapons in their assault on traditional AmericanFor a century, progressive writers and filmmakers multiculturalists like Ward Churchill and Alex Haley, sexual revolutionaries like Kinsey and Margaret Mead, quasi Marxists like Noam Chomsky and Michael Moore, and radical naturalists like Paul Ehrlich and Rachel Carson have been using falsehood and fraud as their principal weapons in their assault on traditional American culture For years, an unconnected squad of literary detectives, anthropologists, scientists, and historians, has been picking off the frauds and their enablers one by one Taken together, the work of these critics is devastating Jack Cashill s Hoodwinked synthesizes their dogged research and reveals the depth and breadth of the corruption at the very foundation of contemporary intellectual culture.

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    • Mike (the Paladin) says:

      To many readers much of what's in this book will not be a surprise. All the facts were out there. For that matter though they have often been buried under an avalanche of "reconstructed history" the facts are still out there.From the age of Marx himself through the time of the book's publication this book follows the rewriting of "facts" about what goes on in the world. I could cover some but it would be far better if you read the book instead of me trying to give a tastebut I'll try.The problem [...]

    • Will Oprisko says:

      Loved it. Thought it had a lot to consider, while providing a thorough list detailing what sources he used.

    • Marv says:

      I will take this book's argument with a grain of salt. By the way, does Morton sell by the truck load?

    • Michael says:

      The other day I mentioned to a New York friend that I was headed to an amusement park in Arkansas. He sarcastically asked whether its theme was Creationism, whereupon I responded, “That’s correct. My favorite ride is the ‘4,892 Year-Old Apatosaurus Log Flume!’” I relay this anecdote in order to pinpoint what really annoyed me about this book - namely, the needless infusion of Christian belief (or lack thereof) as part of the basis with which to assault these various “progressive” t [...]

    • TaleofGenji says:

      I registered a book at BookCrossing!BookCrossing/journal/11318061

    • Svetlana says:

      Informative and really makes you think twice about everything what we are told in the media, however there is too much of communism, almost half of the book.

    • Jordan says:

      This man is an extreme fundamentalist whose disdain for multiculturalism is obvious and unfounded through out the book.

    • Ebookwormy1 says:

      enjoyinggodministries/

    • Daryl Leibel says:

      Although the title is a bit self referential, it's quite an interesting read and certainly worth the two dollars I paid for it at Half Price Books. I thoroughly enjoyed the font.

    • Brianna says:

      Everything on conservative talk radio; more elegantly.

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