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by Kent Clizbe

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983426406, Paperback)

CIA case officer, Kent Clizbe, analyzes the counterintelligence details to demonstrate that KGB covert influence agents in American education and academia, Hollywood, and the media inserted the anti-American payload that became Political Correctness (PC). The KGB officers suffered death in Stalin's purges. Their American Willing Accomplices, not needing guidance, built the elite mindset of "reflexive loathing of the United States and its people" that defines PC. In 2008, America elected its first PC President. Obama ran on a barely concealed platform of PC loathing of America and its people. Now we see the results. Willing Accomplices lays the foundation for critical consideration of the PC-Progressive attitude and its political consequences in 21st century America.

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