Author: Frank L. Britton
Fully revised, expanded and updated from the original 1952 book, Britton clearly shows that Communism grew out of Russian Judaism. Although the Soviet Union has disappeared, the ideology which underpinned that state — state-engineered economic and social egalitarianism — lives on, and is stronger than ever before in the West.
Now completely updated to include post-war Communist movements in Eastern Europe, Britain, America, South Africa and China, this book is the most detailed record yet of the leading Jewish role in Communism. The conclusion discusses the reasons for Jewish extremist behavior, based on an understanding of group evolutionary psychology.