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Stalin, Mao, Communism, and their 21st-Century Aftermath (Part I)—A Commentary by Adam R. Bogart, PhD

Any book by the renowned neurosurgeon, neuroscientist, and historian Dr. Miguel Faria is a pleasure to review. His books come in many varied packages, with just as many varied topics. This book is both a historical review of Stalinist Russia and Mao’s China as well as an update on the present situation in those countries. […]

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Stalin, Mao, Communism, and Their 21st-Century Aftermath (Part II)—A Commentary by Adam R. Bogart, Ph.D

Part II of Dr. Faria’s book is a discussion of Stalin’s roles during World War II. He had already secured sole control of the country for ten years, and his first major projects to modernize the country in anticipation for war (as well as self-sustenance and self-support in various industrial capacities) had been completed by

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Preliminary Thoughts on Dr. Miguel Faria’s Latest Book by Michele Klimecki

I started reading Stalin, Mao, Communism, and their 21st-Century Aftermath in Russia and China (2024), and like each of your books, I haven’t been able to put it down. Thank you, Dr. Faria, for bearing witness to the strength and struggles our common history represents, especially those of us who came here to America in

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“Corpses of the drowned” by Robert A. Waters

“To choose one’s victims, to prepare one’s plans minutely, to slake an implacable vengeance, and then go to bed…there is nothing sweeter in the world.” —Joseph Stalin In his far-sweeping book about communism, Dr. Miguel Faria, Jr. describes a hellish nightmare. Almost every page drips with the blood of victims, most unknown, but many high-ranking,

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Conversations on Lenin, Stalin, and Bolshevik Women: Part II—Evil Begets Death by Adam R. Bogart, PhD and Miguel A. Faria, MD

The purges of the Red Terror in the 1930s ended with Beria who replaced Nikolai Yezhov (or Ezhov) and ended the Yezhovshchina. Stalin probably realized that war was coming and, as pointed out by his friend Kliment Voroshilov, he had already decimated the members of the Politburo and the officers of the Red Army. It

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Conversations on Lenin, Stalin, and Bolshevik Women: Part I—Power Begets Sex by Adam R. Bogart, PhD and Miguel A. Faria, MD

Bolshevik Women and Stalin—Free Love Advocates? If, as we had privately discussed, Dr. Faria, Lenin was much more of a sexual creature than he is traditionally portrayed by the Russians, why did he have such contempt for Alexandra Kollontai (1872-1952), the foremost Bolshevik feminist who gave her body to any man she found attractive? I

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