The History of the North Carolina Communist Party (review)

The History of the North Carolina Communist Party (review) Book Reviews Because ex-Confederates purged the brutal legacy of guerrillas from public memory in an attempt to wrap the Lost Cause in a veneer of respectability, greater attention should be placed on Civil War irregulars' postwar careers and how subsequent generations manipulated the guerrilla fighter image for partisan purposes. Sutherland's A Savage Conflict thus illustrates the importance of irregular warfare that will surely captivate general readers and seasoned academics alike, as well as undergraduate and graduate students. Samuel B. McGuire University of Georgia The History of the North Carolina Communist Party. By Gregory S. Taylor. (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2009. Pp. x, 258.) Scholarship on the Communist Party of the United States of America (CP) has blossomed during the past decade. The fall of Soviet communism in the late 1980s has led scholars to new archival sources, to the voices of oncereluctant CP members, and to the designation of American communism as a reform movement. Studies of regional and state movements, individual biographies, and edited interviews with participants are now available, and have supplanted the large overviews of the CP which had often characterized American communists and their causes as one homogenous historical development. Instead, these http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png West Virginia History: A Journal of Regional Studies West Virginia University Press

The History of the North Carolina Communist Party (review)

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Book Reviews Because ex-Confederates purged the brutal legacy of guerrillas from public memory in an attempt to wrap the Lost Cause in a veneer of respectability, greater attention should be placed on Civil War irregulars' postwar careers and how subsequent generations manipulated the guerrilla fighter image for partisan purposes. Sutherland's A Savage Conflict thus illustrates the importance of irregular warfare that will surely captivate general readers and seasoned academics alike, as well as undergraduate and graduate students. Samuel B. McGuire University of Georgia The History of the North Carolina Communist Party. By Gregory S. Taylor. (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2009. Pp. x, 258.) Scholarship on the Communist Party of the United States of America (CP) has blossomed during the past decade. The fall of Soviet communism in the late 1980s has led scholars to new archival sources, to the voices of oncereluctant CP members, and to the designation of American communism as a reform movement. Studies of regional and state movements, individual biographies, and edited interviews with participants are now available, and have supplanted the large overviews of the CP which had often characterized American communists and their causes as one homogenous historical development. Instead, these

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West Virginia History: A Journal of Regional StudiesWest Virginia University Press

Published: Oct 20, 2010

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