The Fear of Freedom

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The Fear of Freedom

By Francis Biddle
Doubleday, 1951
263 pp. $3.50

The former Attorney General records in effective form his anxiety over the uncertainty and fear with which he feels this country is obsessed. The book is most disturbing in indicating how pervasive is the mood of near panic in the state and local communities.

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