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    As you journey through Socialism Under the Microscope, you’ll discover that:

    • Socialism is the starter to the meal before the main course of communism takes full control
    • Within the socialist system of Marx and Lenin, hatred of God is the principal driving force
    • Militant atheism is not merely incidental or marginal to communist policy; it is the central pivot
    • Socialism places all power in the hands of the government and takes it from the people

    One hundred years ago, America’s leading socialists, including Eugene V. Debs, were sentenced to prison because their political statements regarding direct democracy and their call for strikes against capitalism represented acts of sedition.

    In 2020, socialism has emerged as an ideology that is embraced by millions of Americans, even though few are aware of its meaning and implications.

    Socialism Under the Microscope is a historical, critical analysis of socialism that answers the most pressing questions about the subject. Who are the fathers of socialism? What effects has socialism produced in countries throughout the world? How did socialism become the dominant ideology not only within American colleges and universities, but also the country’s mainline denominations? Is the growth of socialism benign or malignant?

    The answers may shock you to the core. Be forewarned. The contents of this book will force you to reassess the sociopolitical thought of Martin Luther King Jr., the songs of John Lennon, and the meaning of the poem by Emma Lazarus that is found at the foot of the Statue of Liberty.

    Get the book and know the truth.

    ©2020 Rodney Howard-Browne (P)2020 Rodney Howard-Browne

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