The Caged Eagle: Socialists' One Hundred Years War on America
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Important point of view Oct 27, 2008
By Eileen B. Hultin
This author understands what life is like when lived under communisam. He has now resided in the U.S. for a sufficient number of years to see the subtle changes which are taking place in the West. In Caged Eagle he warns of the dangers facing our freedom - the freedom which is so taken for granted by those who have never experienced the lack of it.
Watermelons Dec 02, 2008
By C. Guerro
Prah has crafted a superb satire in disclosing the secret code of the Communist Party. He classified Party members as tomatoes, radishes or watermelons. Geen outside but red inside, watermelons are deadly, and Prah describes what can happen if watermelons become dominent in America.
This is an amazing and amusing book that is filled with many San Francisco and Berkeley events.