Rethinking the Red Scare The Lusk Committee and New York's Crusade Against Radicalism, 1919-1923
Using New York as a lens, this book examines the Red Scare that griped America between 1919-1923 and the pattern it established for future episodes of political repression. It also presents the first in-depth study of the Soviet Bureau, the unofficial Bolshevik embassy that attempted to establish commercial ties with American businessmen, as well as the development of the Rand School as one of the nation's first working-class oriented schools.
"The book contains useful appendices on the firms wanting to explore business possibilities with the Soviet Union and on the lecturers and courses of the Rand School." -- American Communist History