Cold war in a cold land fighting communism on the northern plains by david w mills norman university of oklahoma press 2015 vii 300 pp illustrations maps . Most communists as any plains state patriot would have told you in the 1950s lived in los angeles or new york city not minot north dakota the cold war as it played out across the great plains was not the cold war of the american cities and coasts nor was it tempered much by midwestern . Cold war in a cold land fighting communism on the northern plains is comprised of nine chronologically arranged chapters within three thematic sections the first section delves into national programs to eradicate communist organizations and stifle individual interest in communism to encourage both religious and patriotic engagement and to . Cold war in a cold land fighting communism on the northern plains by david w mills norman university of oklahoma press 2015 ix 300 pp maps illustrations notes bibliography index 2995 hardcover reviewer michael s mayer is professorof history at the university of montana he is the author of the eisenhower years 2009. Cold war in a cold land the revised dissertation of david w mills is a regional study of the northern great plains states north dakota south dakota and montana and how they were impacted by the early cold war late 1940s through the 1950safter a meandering introduction the author offers nine stand alone chapters that explain how the region fostered anticommunist propaganda boosted
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