The World Anti-Communist League was founded in 1966. Its chief organizers were the Taiwanese and South Korean governments and an organization called the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations. It has since grown to more than 90 chapters on six continents, and includes ex-Nazis, right-wing terrorists, and other unsavory characters. The Andersons, unfortunately, have contributed little more to either the historical background or the philosophical underpinnings of the League. They include more than enough lurid accounts of the exploits of some of its members, but they leave too many questions unanswered. The names of several congressmen and Senators who have ``attended'' League conferences appear on a ``League List'' at the end of the book. Are those on the list to be condemned for merely attending? Are they card-carrying members? Do they adhere to the policies (whatever they may be) of the League? The Andersons either do not know, or do not tell. Not recommended. Jeff Northrup, Birmingham P.L., Ala.