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The Hypnotic Communist
W. Calvin Fields III
4900 LaCross Rd., North Charleston, SC 29406
9781533695895, $19.95, PB, 362pp,
Synopsis: In the pages of “The Hypnotic Communist: The Satanic Seduction of America”, Calvin Fields (a former Professor of Management who now writes and helps manage his family’s cattle ranch in Texas) lays out the case that there is a hidden enemy within America that is continually undermining our institutions, culture, and traditions.
This enemy is alien to the American way of life. Surprisingly, this deadly enemy operates in plain view yet very few recognize it. This enemy stays hidden by blinding its millions of victims. As a result, we don’t even know its true identity or motives. It doesn’t want anyone to know its true identity and mission. That’s because its secret mission is to destroy America without firing a shot.
How can it be stopped if we don’t recognize and confront it? “The Hypnotic Communist” reveals the true identity and deceptive methods of this most dangerous of enemies before it’s too late America!
Critique: An incredibly timely expose that will help to make sense out of today’s political headlines and the Trump administrations alarming and otherwise bewildering support of Putin and seeming collaboration with Russia to the determent of America’s European allies, “The Hypnotic Communist” is a compelling and informative read from beginning to end. Impressively well written, organized and presented, “The Hypnotic Communist” is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library Political Science collections, as well as the personal reading lists of political science students and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject.
Clint Travis