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Prospectus for Free Enterprise, [Monthly Organ of "We The People!"]. We Here Highly Resolve...That Government of the People, By the People, for the People Shall Not Perish From the Earth

Prospectus for Free Enterprise, [Monthly Organ of "We The People!"]. We Here Highly Resolve...That Government of the People, By the People, for the People Shall Not Perish From the Earth

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Prospectus for Free Enterprise, [Monthly Organ of "We The People!"]. We Here Highly Resolve...That Government of the People, By the People, for the People Shall Not Perish From the Earth

by [RADICAL RIGHT] [EVERINGHAM, Harry T.]

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Chicago: We The People!, [1964]. Prospectus. Printed both sides of a single sheet, 43cm x 28cm (17" x 11"). Text (recto) in three columns with graphic vignettes; text (verso) in four columns with single inset portrait. Old folds; faint creases to margins; Very Good or better.

Prospectus for this long-running right-wing monthly, edited by prolific far-right gadfly and conspiracy theorist Harry T Everingham to promote his somewhat shadowy advocacy group "We The People!," self-described here as a group of "...well-informed citizens ...joined together...to arouse other Americans from their general apathy and to stand up and fight while we still have some freedom with which to fight!" The group's stated aims were generally nativist and anti-communist, but in later years Everingham would be associated with such classic conspiracy pamphlets as "The Gas Shortage Was Created as Part of the Plan of Those Who Aim to Control Our Lives" (1979) and "Reds Placed AIDS Virus in Vaccine in U.N. World Health Organization Labs to Weaken the U.S. for a Takeover" (1993).

"Free Enterprise" was published beginning in 1943 and ran at least through 1976; most of that time the paper was issued from Phoenix. WorldCat notes 9 locations in the U.S., all are partial runs.

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Title
Prospectus for Free Enterprise, [Monthly Organ of "We The People!"]. We Here Highly Resolve...That Government of the People, By the People, for the People Shall Not Perish From the Earth
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[RADICAL RIGHT] [EVERINGHAM, Harry T.]
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We The People!
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Date Published
[1964]
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