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March 05, 2008


Henry Barth


Erik Kuehnelt-Leddihn was a thoroughly nice man at that. His book "The Intelligent American's Guide to Europe" is still worth reading, though you won't find any hotels listed therein.

See his grandson's website in his honor: http://www.geocities.com/wuestenpauli/opapa_neu/opapa_start.htm


"That's putting it mildly, since Ritter von Kunelt -Leddihn, an astonishingly erudite D. Mult. who adrese an Institute of Politics seminar I organized at Harvard in the 70's, awoke one unfortunate morning to find his modest Tirolean castle impaled om the proverbial Axis. It was commandeered by Germans overrunning the Alps en route to join their Italian buddies following Hitler's Anchluss."


Paul Rupert

Sorry, but this is mistaken. Jonah Goldberg lists Kuehnelt-Leddin's book "Leftism: From de Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse" as endnote #21 in chapter 2. The endnote itself is on page 421 of the book.

Ken Talton

Leftism Revisted is extremely well researched (nearly a quarter of the book is end notes) and it really makes an airtight argument for Goldbergs' thesis.

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