Ronald Radosh

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Ronald Radosh

Template:TOCnestleft Ronald Radosh was a red-diaper baby who eventually broke from the communist movement and became a respected scholar/journalist in this area of research. His life story as a red-diaper baby and then as a more conservative political writer is told in the fascinating book ""Commies: My Journey Through the Old Left, the New Left and the Leftover Left."

Radosh is Professor Emeritus in History at the City University of New York.

He was married until 1969 to Alice Radosh, and is now married to scholar Allis Radosh.

Roseberg scholar

Ronald Radosh is a prominent Rosenberg scholar. His many articles on the Rosenbergs have appeared in The New Republic, National Review, and other prominent national magazines. Radosh co-authored The Rosenberg File with Joyce Milton in 1983, and then released an updated second edition in 1997 containing new evidence that became available following the dissolution of the U.S.S.R. Radosh is convinced that the Rosenbergs and Sobell were guilty as charged, although he also has condemned overzealous prosecution tactics in the case.[1]

Socialist Scholars Conference 1966

The Socialist Scholars Conference 1966, held September 9-11, at the Hotel Commodore, New York, included panels such as:[2]

Political Ideology of American Corporate Liberalism The Corporate Ideology of American Labor Leaders: From Gompers to Hillman

The Corporate-Liberal Ascendancy and the Socialist Acquiescence: An Inquiry into Strange Times


In The Times Founding sponsors

In 1976 founding sponsors of the Institute for Policy Studies/New American Movement linked socialist journal were;



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  2. Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.
  3. [1] In These Times home page, accessed March 6, 2010