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School of Darkness

Author: Bella Dodd
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Bella Dodd's story is a human document of immense importance to Americans today. Here are the inner workings of the Communist Party in this country as seen from the secret counsels and strategy meetings of the National committee, to which she belonged for a crucial span of years. As long ago as the 1940's, the Party was planning cynically to use the Negroes as instruments in the revolution-to-come in the United States. The theory, contrived by Stalin and unleashed by Foster, was to encourage "self-determination of the Negroes in the black belt" and the establishment of a Negro nation with the right to secede from the United States. Bella Dodd's is a story familiar to many a young American idealist who saw in Communism a new gospel and who worked sacrificially in the cause until the inevitable bitter day when the cause betrayed him. For her that day came almost too late for her own salvation, for as she tells us, "it takes a long time to 'unbecome' a Communist." As a brilliant young college instructor, and one with legal training, Bella Dodd attracted the attention of top Communists by her unremitting fight to improve the pay and working conditions of New York City's teachers. Her conversion to Communism was a slow infiltration of the mind by an appeal to love of humanity, a vision of a better society and wider social justice. She rose in Party ranks to National Committee membership and was as well the legislative representative of its New York State Committee, a member of the State Board and the State Secretariat. This report of her activities and those of the high-up Party leaders covers the historic period during World War II of the Democratic Front, the Rapp-Coudert investigation of Communist teachers, the propaganda drive in behalf of Loyalist Spain, the work of the Women's Trade Union for Peace, the goings-on in the famous 'Ninth Floor" of Communist headquarters. She recreates the atmosphere of suspicion and conspiracy which was part of the air she breathed in those days. She reports tense sessions in which friends turned their backs on friends and former leaders found themselves demoted overnight as the "Party line" from Moscow changed course. The climax of the book is a snowy Christmas Eve when Bell Dodd finds the reaffirmation of her faith, and is able to say, "I have learned from bitter experience that you cannot serve man unless you first serve God in sincerity and truth." Bella Dodd became widely known as a lecturer. She also wrote and practiced law in her New York Office.


Education and the Cold War

Author: Andrew Hartman
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Shortly after the Russians launched Sputnik in 1957, Hannah Arendt quipped that "only in America could a crisis in education actually become a factor in politics." The Cold War battle for the American school - dramatized but not initiated by Sputnik - proved Arendt correct. The schools served as a battleground in the ideological conflicts of the 1950s. Beginning with the genealogy of progressive education, and ending with the formation of New Left and New Right thought, Education and the Cold War offers a fresh perspective on the postwar transformation in U.S. political culture by way of an examination of the educational history of that era.


Army Of Darkness Old School

Author: James Kuhoric
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Collects Army of Darkness Vol. 1 5-7 and Tales of Army of Darkness! Return to the grueling horror of the Army of Darkness movie trilogy with this explosive new collection of the OLD SCHOOL storyline from the Army of Darkness series by writer James Kuhorik and artist Kevin Sharpe! Plus: this special collection also includes the TALES OF THE Army of Darkness MONSTER SIZED ANNUAL featuring 48 pages of all out horror and action from the Army of Darkness - 5 fantastic and terrible tomes by the following creative teams: Shawn Spurlock and Paul Azaceta, James Kuhoric and Nick Bradshaw Jim Kuhoric and Filip Sablik, Robert Napton and Michael O'Hare...And special guests... Robert Kirkman and...Ryan Ottley!


School of Darkness

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The Web of Darkness

Author: Melvin M. Carpio
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Out of the Darkness

Author: Sophia C. Begay
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“This true story will touch your heart. Sophia’s journey has been one of hardship and strife but one leading to a glorious fellowship with Christ.” —June Cornwell, minister, Sulphur, Louisiana “The pages of this book unfold a marvelous story of God’s redeeming love which knows no limits, coupled with the life-giving power of Forgiveness. It offers Hope, not only to her beloved Navajo people but to untold numbers of women who feel trapped and often suffer in silence. It’s a must-read that will grip your heart as Sophia courageously shares her story.” —Margie Fontenot, teacher, prayer leader, Deridder, Louisiana “Out of the Darkness is an extraordinary testimony that will give hope to the unsaved and those needing deliverance … Sophia is a prize example of God’s mercy, grace, and restoration.” —Charlotte Hammonds, Prayer Warriors, Lake Charles, Louisiana


On Strategies of Light and Darkness

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Divide and conquer, the tar-baby syndrome, the salami technique--these are just three of the strategies that the fallen angels (and our own dweller-on-the-threshold) use to trip us up. These strategies of darkness are ancient. Even in the Garden of Eden we can see a typical ploy of the fallen ones to lead the soul astray. The strategies of darkness caused the downfall of the golden ages of Lemuria and Atlantis. And the plots are the same today. Don't be caught off guard! Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet reveal 33 strategies of the forces of darkness--and the strategies of light to counteract them.


Eternal Darkness

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Darkness to Light with Hope

Author: Abraham Gold
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All these years while my children were growing up, it was too difficult for me to talk about my past. The immense terrifying madness that had erupted in history, and in the conscience of humankind was too painful As my children grew up they started to ask questions about their grandmother and grandfather. Finally I told them a little history of the war in Europe. The Nazis in Germany set out to build a society in which there simply would be no room for the Jews. Toward the end of their reign, their goal changed; they wanted to leave behind a world in ruins in which Jews would never to have existed. The Germans everywhere in Russia, in the Ukraine, and in Lithuania, carried out the Final Solution by turning their machine guns on more than a million Jews, who were not only killed but were denied burial in a cemetery. It is obvious that the war, which Hitler and his accomplices waged, was a war not only against Jewish men, women, and children but also against Jewish religion, Jewish culture, Jewish tradition, therefore Jewish memory. Yet having lived through this experience, I could not keep silent no matter how difficult, if not impossible, it was for me to speak. I had many things to say, I did not have the words to tell them. How was I to speak of what happened without trembling, heartbroken for all eternity, The hungerthirstfeartransportselectionfirechimney. When it came to tell them, what did happen to their grandparents, aunts and uncles, no words came out of my mouth, we all started to cry. In 1974, November I was given a testimonial dinner for serving as post Commander of the J.W.V. in Orangeburg New York. The editor of our towns newspaper came to our house to interview me knowing that I was a Holocaust survivor.


Darkness

Author: John Saul
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Villejeune, Florida. A secluded little town at the edge of a vast, eerie swamp. Far from prying eyes. Far from the laws of civilization. Here folks live by their own rules -- dark rites of altars and infants, candles and blood. Years ago the Andersons left town with a dream. Now they are back. To live out a nightmare. Something has been waiting for them. Something unspeakably evil. It feeds on the young and the innocent. And soon it will draw their teenage daughter into its unholy embrace.... From the Paperback edition.