The Tapestry of Our Lives Torn with Fear: Living Through the McCarthy Witch Hunts

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A memoir of Bernard Maslow a remarkable man who was a victim of the U.S. Army/McCarthy Hearings at Ft. Monmouth N.J. 1954. And the after effects of the trauma and climate of fear created by McCarthy on our loving family relationships. A memoir of tragic realism a love story of Bernard and Clara Maslow and their two loving children caught in the crucible of McCarthyism that horrible period of history the time of the Cold War in the 50s the period of anti-communism and red-baiting of the Truman Administration and the full fledged McCarthy witch hunts. It is our struggle with the after effects of the McCarthy witch hunt and the lingering fear that affected out family relationships with our children over our lifetime; now into the third generation with our granddaughter. An ancient 12th c. Florentine tapestry with a highly charged atmosphere. Minds so intellectually gifted personalities so twisted; Love disoriented crossed wires of misunderstandings and misinterpretation relationships on the rocks shaped by powerful malevolent historical and social forces.
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