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To the Negroes of America
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To the Negroes of America

By Welch, Robert

N.pl: n.pub, 1967. Pamphlet. 7, [i]p., wraps. "Wake up, my misguided friends! THEY really do think you are stupid." The head of the John Birch Society argues that "Shameless liars" like Martin Luther King Jr. have tried to trick blacks into thinking they are oppressed. All part of the Communist conspiracy.

$15.00

OSHACRATS. Mr. businessman, the buck stops with you
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OSHACRATS. Mr. businessman, the buck stops with you

By Stang, Alan

Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1972. Pamphlet. 14p., Variant issue with non-illustrated front cover. Very good in staplebound wraps. Attack on OSHA by the John Birch Society.

$10.00

Kent State: proof to save the Guardsmen
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Kent State: proof to save the Guardsmen

By Stang, Alan

Belmont, Massachusetts: The Review of the News, 1974. 16p., staplebound pamphlet, very good. Article that originally appeared in the John Birch Society's magazine, American Opinion. Presents evidence condemning the student protesters.

$20.00

May God forgive us. A famous letter giving the historical background to the dismissal of General MacArthur [subtitle from cover]
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May God forgive us. A famous letter giving the historical background to the dismissal of General MacArthur [subtitle from cover]

By Welch, Robert H[enry].W[inborne]., Jr., 1899-1985

Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1952. 95p., publisher's ads, wraps, second printing (same year as first), paper somewhat browned, a very good copy.

$20.00

I testify; my years as an undercover agent for the FBI. Introduction by Herbert Philbrick
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I testify; my years as an undercover agent for the FBI. Introduction by Herbert Philbrick

By Brown, Julia

Boston: Western Islands, 1966. Paperback. xix, 293p., wraps edge worn, minor handling, a good copy. Brown, an African American woman from Cleveland, quit the Communist Party, then rejoined it at the FBI's request in order to inform on Party activities and on the Civil Rights Congress.

$15.00

New education: the radicals are after your children
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New education: the radicals are after your children

By Allen, Gary

Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1971. 20p., wraps, very good. Originally appeared in a John Birch Society magazine.

$12.00

The Victory Packet: Includes excerpts from \
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The Victory Packet: Includes excerpts from "No substitute for victory" plus one book and seven articles on what you can do and what you should know about the no-win war in Vietnam

Belmont, MA: John Birch Society, n.d.. Group of pamphlets and a paperback book, "Shanghai Conspiracy," sealed together in plastic wrap and originally sold as a set at JBS bookstores. Plastic still intact, though with a few small tears and minor dust soil. Slogans on cover sheet include "Support our fighting men; Stop aid to the Communists; Let's win this war - and bring our boys home.

$25.00

Medicine leads the way
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Medicine leads the way

By Handy, Gary

Belmont, MA; San Marino, CA: American Opinion, 1976. 13p., very good in wraps. Reprint series. Discusses why so many doctors are members of the John Birch Society.

$12.00

The John Birch Society, Incorporated, presents its founder, Mr. Robert Welch, speaking on The Tragedy of Vietnam [leaflet]
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The John Birch Society, Incorporated, presents its founder, Mr. Robert Welch, speaking on The Tragedy of Vietnam [leaflet]

By [Welch, Robert]

Richmond, VA: John Birch Society, 1967. 8.5x5.5 inch leaflet with American flag motif, very good, announcing event on October 10, with text on verso about how Welch "Has stirred the slumbering spirit of patriotism in thousands of Americans...

$15.00

What is the United Nations up to now
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What is the United Nations up to now

By TRAIN (To Restore American Independence Now), ad hoc committee of the John Birch Society

Boston; San Marino, CA: TRAIN, 1971. Four-panel brochure, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. Introduction to TRAIN and its anti-UN, anti-disarmament work.

$12.00

What is the John Birch Society
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What is the John Birch Society

By Welch, Robert

Belmont: The John Birch Society, 1965. 13p., wraps. Notes seven years since the 1958 founding.

$12.00

Rationing: from the energy crisis to tyranny
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Rationing: from the energy crisis to tyranny

By Allen, Gary

Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1974. 16p., wraps. Reprint of an article from American Opinion magazine.

$10.00

Threads of tyranny
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Threads of tyranny

By [John Birch Society]

Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1973. 13p., wraps, very good. Attack on OSHA; contains the narrative of a filmstrip that was also produced by the JBS.

$10.00

It\'s very simple; the true story of civil rights
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It's very simple; the true story of civil rights

By Stang, Alan

Boston: Western Islands, 1965. 218p. + 16p. photos, pocketbook wraps, paper browned, second printing; unused "Support your local police" sticker laid in. The Birch Society's version of the Movement as communist conspiracy. "The publication of this book will probably be met with a silence so profound that it will closely resemble the Rev. Dr. King in the course of giving a straight answer." - p. 223.

$12.00

May God forgive us. A famous letter giving the historical background to the dismissal of General MacArthur [subtitle from cover]
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May God forgive us. A famous letter giving the historical background to the dismissal of General MacArthur [subtitle from cover]

By Welch, Robert H.W., Jr.

Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1952. 95p., wraps, second printing (same year as first), paper browned, cover and titlepage a bit handled and dusty.

$12.00

Watergators: Some tracks in the dismal swamp
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Watergators: Some tracks in the dismal swamp

By Stang, Alan

Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1973. 16p., wraps. Originally appeared in the September 1973 issue of American Opinion magazine. Argues that the Watergate case is a leftist plot to reduce faith in the US government, paving the way for communist dictatorship.

$12.00

Which world will it be
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Which world will it be

By Welch, Robert

San Marino: American Opinion, 1970. 28p., lightly edgeworn wraps. Reprint series. Anti-UN tract, with a section on Katanga, and an introduction to the John Birch Society.

$10.00

Our only weapon
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Our only weapon

By Welch, Robert

Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1973. 21p., wraps. Reprint series. Transcript of a talk by Welch.

$12.00

Food prices: the high cost of staying alive!
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Food prices: the high cost of staying alive!

By Stang, Alan

Belmont, Massachusetts: American Opinion, 1973. 13p, 6x9 inches. John Birch Society perspective.

$15.00

The crime problem
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The crime problem

By Dunham, William E.

Belmont, Massachusetts: The Review of the News, 1975. Single sheet printed both sides, 7 x 5.5 inches. On the "coddling of criminals by the courts.

$10.00

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