Paul Hollander

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Paul Hollander (born 1932 in Hungary) is an American scholar and author. He is known for his criticisms of Communism and left-wing politics.[1] Born in 1932 in Hungary, he fled to the west in 1956.

He earned a Ph.D in Sociology from Princeton University, 1963 and a B.A. from the London School of Economics, 1959. He is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a Center Associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University.[2] He is a member of the advisory council of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Soviet and American Society: A Comparison (1973)
  • Political Pilgrims (1981)
  • The Many Faces of Socialism (1983)
  • The Survival of the Adversary Culture (1988)
  • Decline and Discontent (1992)
  • Anti-Americanism: Critiques at Home and Abroad (1992)
  • Political Will and Personal Belief: The Decline and Fall of Soviet Communism,(1999)
  • Discontents: Postmodern and Postcommunist (2002)
  • The End of Commitment (2006)
  • The Only Super Power (2009)
  • Extravagant Expectations (2011)

Editor

  • American and Soviet Society (1969)
  • Understanding Anti-Americanism (2004)
  • From the Gulag to the Killing Fields (2006)
  • Political Violence: Belief, Behavior and Legitimation (2008)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jay Nordlinger, Hollander’s Clear Eye, July 22, 2004, National Review Online.
  2. ^ His page at the Davis Center

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