The Nightmare Decade: The Life and Times of Senator Joe McCarthy

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FRED J. COOK


The
Nightmare
Decade

The Life and Times of Senator Joe McCarthy

Random House New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Part One - Build-Up to Hysteria 1
  • 2 - The Roots Go Deep 21
  • 3 - The Equation of the "Ism" 34
  • 4 - The Tide Changes 48
  • Part Two - The Man 73
  • 6 - How to Make the Most Out of War 92
  • 7 - The Worst Senator 111
  • 8 - "I Have Here in My Hand--" 139
  • 9 - The Mad Hatter's Nightmare 160
  • 10 - The Tydings Saga Begins 177
  • Part Three - The Opening Salvos 207
  • 12 - The Tydings Windup 239
  • Part Four - The Men Behind the Man 273
  • 14 - Vengeance at All Costs 302
  • 15 - Big Man of the Senate 316
  • 16 - The Reluctant Dragon 337
  • Part Five - Thr Menace and the Downfall 361
  • 18 - The Witch Hunt Continues 393
  • 19 - The Hidden Flaw 425
  • 20 - The Inevitable Showdown 457
  • 21 - The Army-Mccarthy Hearings 485
  • 22 - Censure 520
  • Part Six - The Legacy 542
  • 24 - "The Evil That Men Do . . ." 569
  • Notes 581
  • Index 615
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