Diana and Ron: What Was Going On?
Radosh and his cohort are revealing (- ?)
a real injustice
ignore some of the book’s major themes
However, he was provoked.
one of several Radosh never refers to (Chapter 4)
Radosh targets, correctly, the phrase
“de facto occupation”
Radosh knows something about this. (Red
Star over Hollywood)
But he (Radosh) is himself guilty of a more lack of judgement in assessing evidence.
what it reveals about his lingering affection for FDR (- ?)
Diana and Ron: The Second Front
ignores both of these
Radosh dismisses this, dissing an argument West hasn’t made.
makes no mention at all of Operation Keelhaul
Radosh’s refutation of “pillar 4” is particularly disturbing.
You wouldn’t know it from Radosh
Diana and Ron: Backstory
purging conservatism of a fanatic not apt
whatever resentment Radosh may have felt (- ?)
His articles about the Left are always
astute and informative.
Statements added by request of authors mentioned:
- Ron Radosh
I did not have any political agenda
I have devoted my public and professional life
I was offended as a historian
I was deeply offended
- David Horowitz and Ron Radosh
I (Ron) may have indeed made some errors (- ?)
For that I apologize. But I maintain that
I am right in my overall critique (+ ?)