St. Olaf College History and American Studies Professor Christopher Elias argued that J. Edgar Hoover, Joseph McCarthy, and Roy Cohn relied on hyperbole and gossip to manipulate an American public reared on tabloids. This was a virtual event hosted by Magers and Quinn Booksellers in Minneapolis. close
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Kevin Boyle Professor Northwestern University->History Department
Christopher Elias Visiting Assistant Professor St. Olaf College->American Studies
Annie Metcalf Events Coordinator Magers and Quinn Booksellers
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