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"Paul Hollander shows us that our own Intellectuals have made the Anti-American case worldwide and amply proves that Anti-Americanism Is one of our principal exports. A thoughtful and thorough study. I recommend it highly."
"Careful, clear, and incisive; Hollander's analysis probes the meaning of America as fact and as symbol. Hollander's analysis of anti-Americanism illuminates the Intellectual history of our times. Read it and understand better how modern man is divided against himself."
"Anti-Americanism documents in splendid fashion a period of unprecedented Intellectual arrogance and folly. It will have enduring value in the history of Ideas."
—Edward O. Wilson
"[Anti-Americanism] ought to be on the reference shelves of everyone who loves freedom and likes a good laugh."
—Paul Johnson, Sunday Telegraph
"Hollander is thoughtful and thorough... [he] avoids cheap shots— The result...Is something like an encyclopedia of received Ideas of...'middle class radicalism'— One of his appealing traits is an Intellectual honesty."
— Naomi Bllven, the New Yorker
"Mr. Hollander...demonstrates conclusively that a permanent adversarial culture exists In the U.S. and it will not quit being alienated... simply because the Communist alternative has collapsed."
—Morton Kondracke, New York Times, Book Review Section
"Paul Hollander's book Is Impressive and stimulating; It Is a sociologist's work but important for historians."
—Jacques Fortes, Journal of American History
"Professor Hollander deserves the highest praise for writing a book of great philosophical and psychological allusiveness without resort to any jargon whatsoever."
—Anthony Daniels, the Spectator