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Friday, January 04, 2008
Cause I like you OK:
Ron Radosh, writing in a right-wing fanzine, gets points for unintentionally faint praise:
Mr. Goldberg has, unlike the leftists who yell the term [fascism], made the strongest possible case that Americans today living in a soft form of fascism, a statist liberal society whose citizens are unaware of the roots of ideas they hold. [My emphasis]
Radosh, who I understand was once on the left, also shows in the review that he doesn't understand the irreducible difference between liberalism and socialism.
Radosh is a sad case. His book PROPHETS ON THE RIGHT (1975), written while Radosh was still on the left, is a very interesting look at mid-twentieth-century conservative isolationists seen (mostly implicitly) through the lens of a left critique of Cold War liberalism and Vietnam.