Sign In | Register


RECENT ARRIVALS


Next >
Congressman John E. Rankin, patriot, Christian, statesman
seller photo

Congressman John E. Rankin, patriot, Christian, statesman

By Smith, Gerald L.K., comp

St. Louis, Missouri: Christian Nationalist Crusade, 1950. Pamphlet. 38p., wraps, paper browned, corners slightly bumped else very good conditon, 5.25x7.5 inches. Anti-Semitic racist work, praising Rankin for his opposition to "The Zionist apostate Jews," "All mongrelizers," Walter Winchell and our favorite "His fearless exposure of Albert Einstein, Red agent and propagandist.

$65.00

International communism (Communist penetration of Malaya and Singapore): staff consultation with Kuo-Shuen Chang
seller photo

International communism (Communist penetration of Malaya and Singapore): staff consultation with Kuo-Shuen Chang

By Chang, Kuo-Shuen

Washington DC: GPO, 1957. viii, 16p., staplebound pamphlet, minor traces of rust from contact with staple, otherwise very good. Chang, who left China after the 1949 revolution, was at the time a journalist with the Singapore bureau of the New York Times.

$17.00

Toward a Russian Policy. A second look at some popular beliefs about Russia and the Soviet Regime
seller photo

Toward a Russian Policy. A second look at some popular beliefs about Russia and the Soviet Regime

By Wasson, R. Gordon

Stamford, CT: Overbrook Press, 1951. 25p., booklet in wraps, third printing; front cover has a corner crease. The Vice President for Public Relations at J.P. Morgan here encourages more contacts with Soviet people and the study of Russian language, arguing that American misconceptions about the USSR actually help Stalin.

$12.00

Morgenthau diary (China). Prepared by the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate
seller photo

Morgenthau diary (China). Prepared by the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate

By Morgenthau, Henry

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1965. Two volumes, xviii, 1699, xxviii pages; first volume with a gash to the upper left, with the tear running up through p. xviii; still readable, but a reference copy only. Volume 2 is in very good condition. Morgenthau kept extensive diaries during his term as Secretary of the Treasury. These are portions related to China from the 1930s and 1940s. At the time, the US was supporting the Chinese government in its fight against Japan.

$30.00

An explanatory circular to the Armenian public of greater Los Angeles
seller photo

An explanatory circular to the Armenian public of greater Los Angeles

Los Angeles: [Holy Cross Apostolic Church], 1953. 19p., staplebound pamphlet, very good. Text in both Armenian and English. Issued in the complicated context of Armenian churches in the US still following the religious leaders in then-Soviet Armenia. The pamphlet explains why the Los Angeles church had broken ties with the California prelacy, after the latter "took part in celebrations of November 29 - the dark day in Armenian History when our Independence was destroyed by the soviets - and in so doing they put the Armenian people and its church under governmental suspicion.".

$30.00

The role of the C.I.A. in Guyana and its activities throughout the world. A series of articles written by the leader of the People\'s Progressive Party
seller photo

The role of the C.I.A. in Guyana and its activities throughout the world. A series of articles written by the leader of the People's Progressive Party

By Jagan, Cheddi

Georgetown: printed by New Guyana Co., Ltd., for the P P P., 1967. 15p., printed double-column on newsprint, fuzzy portrait of Jagan on cover along with a list of countries affected ("Guyana, Santo Domingo, Vietnam, Ghana, Indonesia, Brazil") staplebound 9x8.5 inch wraps, paperstock is toned, otherwise very good, green cover.

$25.00

The role of the C.I.A. in Guyana and its activities throughout the world. A series of articles written by the leader of the People\'s Progressive Party
seller photo

The role of the C.I.A. in Guyana and its activities throughout the world. A series of articles written by the leader of the People's Progressive Party

By Jagan, Cheddi

Georgetown: printed by New Guyana Co., Ltd., for the P P P., 1967. 15p., printed double-column on newsprint, fuzzy portrait of Jagan on cover along with a list of countries affected ("Guyana, Santo Domingo, Vietnam, Ghana, Indonesia, Brazil") staplebound 9x8.5 inch wraps, paperstock is toned, otherwise very good, blue cover.

$25.00

The role of the C.I.A. in Guyana and its activities throughout the world. A series of articles written by the leader of the People\'s Progressive Party
seller photo

The role of the C.I.A. in Guyana and its activities throughout the world. A series of articles written by the leader of the People's Progressive Party

By Jagan, Cheddi

Georgetown: printed by New Guyana Co., Ltd., for the P P P., 1967. 15p., printed double-column on newsprint, fuzzy portrait of Jagan on cover along with a list of countries affected ("Guyana, Santo Domingo, Vietnam, Ghana, Indonesia, Brazil") staplebound 9x8.5 inch wraps, paperstock is toned, otherwise very good, yellow cover.

$25.00

The case of the legless veteran
seller photo

The case of the legless veteran

By Kutcher, James

London: New Park Publications, 1952. Paperback. 178p., wraps creased, paper slightly toned, signed by Kutcher on the title page, stamp of Pioneer Publishers on title page also, stamp of Pioneer Publishers and also the Socialist Workers Party on rear wrap. Case of a veteran American Trotskyist who lost both legs in World War II, was later victimized by the 1950s witch hunts.

$20.00

Handbook on Communism [cover title]
seller photo

Handbook on Communism [cover title]

By Hackett, William James

Washington DC: the author, 1954. [36, 384]p., stiff red binder (three holes, bolted!) gold stamped title and ownership on front binder (W. Davidson Tenney, State Department), mimeographed, 8.5x11 inches, sections divided by index tabs which are faded, minor soiling else very good condition, inscribed "To Dave Tenney, a partner in crime Bill Hackett, over all in good condition with some soiling and wear. OCLC shows one copy at Hoover as of 4/2019. Anti-Communist, much devoted to Communists in the USA.

$95.00

What World Famous Men Said About the Jews
seller photo

What World Famous Men Said About the Jews

By Fields, Dr. E. R. (ed.)

Marietta, GA: The Truth At Last, Inc, n.d.. Pamphlet. 36p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illus., stapled pamphlet, front wrap a bit soiled, else very good condition. Fields was the founder of the National States Rights Party and former publisher of the Thunderbolt newspaper. This pamphlet consists of compiled anti-Semitic quotes from famous men.

$22.00

Between the bullet and the lie; American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War
seller photo

Between the bullet and the lie; American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War

By Eby, Cecil

New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969. xxi, 342p. + 8p. photographs, first edition yellow cloth boards, colored pencil markings on rear pastedown endpaper, else very good condition in an edgeworn and dampstained dj.

$12.00

State Department security; The new passport regulations. Hearings before the subcommittee to investigate the administration of the internal security act and other internal security laws of the committee on the judiciary United States senate eighty-seventh congress. Part 3
seller photo

State Department security; The new passport regulations. Hearings before the subcommittee to investigate the administration of the internal security act and other internal security laws of the committee on the judiciary United States senate eighty-seventh congress. Part 3

By [Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley; et al]

Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1962. pp. 229-377, xxxviii; staplebound paperback, mild wear to covers. Discussion of regulations which included revoking the passports of American communists. Has substantial material on the case of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.

$35.00

Deadly farce, Harvey Matusow and the informer system in the McCarthy era
seller photo

Deadly farce, Harvey Matusow and the informer system in the McCarthy era

By Lichtman, Robert M. and Ronald D. Cohen

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004. Hardcover. viii, 227p., inscribed and signed by Lichtman on the title page else very good conditiion in like dj.

$15.00

Why am I a revolutionist
seller photo

Why am I a revolutionist

By Wurmbrand, Richard

Glendale, CA: Richard Wurmbrand, n.d.. 32p., staplebound pamphlet, old archival stamps on cover, 4x7.5 inches. Christian religious tract trying to appeal to radicals, claiming that the author understands the injustices that propel their sense of urgency, but that Christ is the only revolutionary leader who deserves to be followed.

$15.00

Sex education in the schools. Some thoughts from eminent doctors and from MOTOREDE
seller photo

Sex education in the schools. Some thoughts from eminent doctors and from MOTOREDE

By Movement to Restore Decency

Belmont, MA: Motorede, 1969. Single legal-size sheet folded to make 4-panel brochure, minor pen marginalia. "It is no accident that Communists and others long associated with this conspiracy [to destroy civilization] are among the staunchest advocates of the drive for continuous sex education in our schools." MOTOREDE (MOvement TO REstore DEcency) was a short-lived organization affiliated with the John Birch Society.

$12.00

The relations of American youth disturbances with Peiping and Moscow
seller photo

The relations of American youth disturbances with Peiping and Moscow

By Lo Shih-pu

Taipei: World Anti-Communist League, China Chapter, 1972. Blue booklet in wraps, 52p., light handling wear. Includes discussion of SDS, Weatherman, Black Panthers, allegations of Chinese communists fomenting racial unrest, etc.

$25.00

AA 1025: the memoirs of an anti-apostle
seller photo

AA 1025: the memoirs of an anti-apostle

By Carre, Marie

Sherbrooke: Editions Saint-Raphael, 1976. 109p., slender paperback, pages toned, cover mildly worn. Third edition. Translated from the French. Anti-communist novel. Rear cover blurb by a Jesuit priest says "If one wishes to know the tactics employed by the communist party to infiltrate and subvert the Catholic church from within one must read AA 1025...

$20.00

Lincoln favored segregation [leaflet]
seller photo

Lincoln favored segregation [leaflet]

By [Lincoln, Abraham]; [Gerald L.K. Smith]

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, [195-]. Small leaflet printed both sides, about 3x5.5 inches, very good. Reprints a speech from the Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln, dated September 18, 1858, in which Lincoln argues against "the social or political equality of the white and black races." At the end a statement has been added: "Demagogues and other types of mongrelizers are attempting to exploit Abraham Lincoln dishonestly in their campaign to force the intermixture of the black and white races. This statement of Abraham Lincoln should be put into the hands of every preacher, school teacher and community leader and public official.

$20.00

A Jew in Communist Prague.  1. Loss of Innocence
seller photo

A Jew in Communist Prague. 1. Loss of Innocence

By Giardino

New York: DBM Comics Lit / Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing, 1997. Paperback. 48p., color comix panels on fine alkaline paperstock, in 11.5x8.5 inch color cardstock wraps. Faintest edgewear, a very good copy.

$12.00

Next >