John A. Stormer (born February 9, 1928) is an American Protestant anti-communist author, best known for his 1964 book None Dare Call it Treason. Both a pastor and a Christian school superintendent, his books have sold millions, warning America about the communist infiltration of American society, politics and culture. He has been called by Daniel Pipes ”the man who may be the most popular U.S. backstairs author of all time.” Richard Hofstadter in The Paranoid Style in American Politics called it a "masterful piece of folkish propaganda."

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  • John A. Stormer (born February 9, 1928) is an American Protestant anti-communist author, best known for his 1964 book None Dare Call it Treason. Both a pastor and a Christian school superintendent, his books have sold millions, warning America about the communist infiltration of American society, politics and culture. He has been called by Daniel Pipes ”the man who may be the most popular U.S. backstairs author of all time.” Richard Hofstadter in The Paranoid Style in American Politics called it a "masterful piece of folkish propaganda." (en)
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  • John A. Stormer (born February 9, 1928) is an American Protestant anti-communist author, best known for his 1964 book None Dare Call it Treason. Both a pastor and a Christian school superintendent, his books have sold millions, warning America about the communist infiltration of American society, politics and culture. He has been called by Daniel Pipes ”the man who may be the most popular U.S. backstairs author of all time.” Richard Hofstadter in The Paranoid Style in American Politics called it a "masterful piece of folkish propaganda." (en)
  • John A. StormerFichier:Defaut.svg John A. Stormer est un essayiste américain né le 9 février 1928. (fr)
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