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Theodore Draper

AKA Theodore Dubinsky

Born: 11-Sep-1912
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY
Died: 21-Feb-2006
Location of death: Princeton, NJ
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Historian

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Roots of American Communism

Military service: US Army (84th Infantry, History Division, 1943-45)

Father: Samuel Dubinsky (d. 1924)
Mother: Annie Kornblatt
Wife: Dorothy Sapan (schoolteacher, m. 1935, div. 1953, one son)
Son: Roger
Wife: Evelyn Manacher (singer, m. 1960, div.)
Wife: Priscilla Heath Barnum (medievalist, until his death)

    High School: Boys High School, Brooklyn, NY
    University: City College of New York
    University: BA, Brooklyn College (1933)
    University: Columbia University

    The Reporter
    Commentary Magazine
    Communist Party USA
    Hoover Institution
    National Student League
    Guggenheim Fellowship

Author of books:
The Six Weeks' War: France, May 10 -- June 25, 1940 (1944, history)
The 84th Infantry Division in the Battle of the Ardennes, December 1944-January 1945 (1945, history)
The Roots of American Communism (1957, politics)
American Communism and Soviet Russia: The Formative Period (1960, politics)
Castro's Revolution: Myths and Realities (1962, history)
Castroism: Theory and Practice (1965, politics)
Abuse of Power (1967, history)
Israel and World Politics: Roots of the Third Arab-Israeli War (1968, international affairs)
The Dominican Revolt: A Case Study in American Policy (1968, international affairs)
The Rediscovery of Black Nationalism (1970, politics)
Present History: On Nuclear War, Detente, and Other Controversies (1983, politics)
A Present of Things Past: Selected Essays (1990, essays)
A Very Thin Line: The Iran-Contra Affairs (1991, history)
A Struggle For Power: The American Revolution (1996, history)

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