None Dare Call It Treason

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The phrase "none dare call it treason" first appeared in an epigram by Elizabethan writer John Harington:

Treason doth neuer prosper? What's the Reason?
for if it prosper none dare call it treason.[1]

Pastor John A. Stormer in 1964 published a book titled None Dare Call It Treason, which argued that America was losing the Cold War due to domestic communist subversion.

Books with similar titles include:

  • None Dare Call it Conspiracy, published by Gary Allen in 1972; and
  • None Dare Call It Education, published by Stormer in 1998.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Epigrams of Sir John Harington