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An Amazon reviewer, "Historian"*, known for slamming books on Soviet
history, is exposed as a prof with axes to grind. And yes, a lawsuit
was threatened.

* not me, of course.
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The Historian wrote:
http://www.nationalreview.com/david-...rk-goes-online

An Amazon reviewer, "Historian"*, known for slamming books on Soviet
history, is exposed as a prof with axes to grind. And yes, a lawsuit
was threatened.

* not me, of course.

Thanks. LOL!
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