First published by Cornell in 1971, The Fear of Conspiracy
brings together eighty-five speeches, documents, and writings the
authors of which range from George Washington to Stokely Carmichael
that illustrate the role played in American history by the fear of
conspiracy and subversion. This book, documenting two centuries of
conspiracy-mongering (1763-1966), highlights the American tendency
to search for subversive enemies and to construct terrifying
dangers from fragmentary and highly circumstantial evidence."
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