In the Name of National Security: Hitchcock, Homophobia and the Political Construction of Gender in Postwar America by Robert J. Corber (Paperback, 1993)

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As Corber shows, throughout the 1950s a cast of mind known as the Cold War consensus prevailed in the United States. Promoted by Cold War liberals--that is, liberals who wanted to perserve the legacies of the New Deal but also wished to separate liberalism from a Communist-dominated cultural politics--this consensus was grounded in the perceived threat that Communists, lesbians, and homosexuals posed to national security.
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