The Most Dangerous Man in America
Author Gregory Taylor introduces the main character—Paul Crouch—as well as the major themes addressed throughout this study. Foremost among them is the dangerous role that ideologues have played in modern American history. Taylor asserts that ideologues have engendered some of the worst moments in the nation's recent past and have threatened fundamental American values. Communism and anti-Communism are the focus of this work, and the introduction lays out the basic tenets of each ideology, places Crouch within the framework of each, and explains how both threatened the nation.
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