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Packaged thinking for women
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Packaged thinking for women

By Crain, Lucille Cardin and Anne Burrows Hamilton

New York: the authors, 1948. Pamphlet. 30p., wraps, minor stain on front wrap else very good condition. Right-wing attack on women's organizations as "transmission belts for political propaganda.

$20.00

Congressman John E. Rankin, patriot, Christian, statesman
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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

Storm Warning: The Coming Persecution of Christians and Traditionalists in America
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Storm Warning: The Coming Persecution of Christians and Traditionalists in America

By McAlvany, Donald

Oklahoma City: Hearthstone Publishing, 1999. 362p., paperback, light handling. Updated edition. Describes how the enemies of God, such as homosexuals, are on the warpath. You may have missed the 6.9 magnitude earthquake that struck during a gay-led pro-abortion rally in 1992 (page 33).

$12.00

The Pure Evil of Al Gore
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The Pure Evil of Al Gore

By [LaRouche, Lyndon]

Leesburg, VA: The New Federalist, 1999. Pamphlet. 22p., 8x10.5 inches, illus., very good second edition, Aug. 1999, with flyer "Stop Wall Street's Election Rigging: Vote for Lyndon LaRouche to Change the Way Things Are" layed in. Various diatribes against Al Gore by Nancy Spannaus, Jeffrey Steinberg, and LaRouche himself ("Al Gore and Adolf Hitler"). Includes "Al Gore Commits Genocide Against Africans" (via AIDS), etc.

$20.00

The public eye, vol. 1, no. 1. Fall, 1977
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The public eye, vol. 1, no. 1. Fall, 1977

By Kahn, Harvey [and] Mark Ryter, eds

Washington: Repression Information Project, 1977. 64p., staplebound booklet format, pages evenly toned, otherwise very good, 7x9 inches. Cover story: NCLC: America's largest political intelligence army. Also includes a long article on the Information Digest & John Rees.

$18.00

Socialism, \
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Socialism, "the creed of despair." Joint debate in Faneuil Hall, March 22, 1909 between George B. Hugo, president Employers' Association of Massachusetts, affirmative and James F. Carey, state secretary Socialist Party of Massachusetts, negative

By Hugo, George B. and James F. Carey

Boston: George B. Hugo, 1909. Pamphlet. 60p., wraps, front wrap damp stained in right margin with smaller damp stains in the first four pages else good condition, 5x7.25 inches. Hugo notes in the introduction to HIS edition that the Socialist Party published this debate and complains that the text was inaccurate, it violated his copyright, and the worst of all possible evils, it was printed by union labor and had a union bug.

$65.00

The truth about Reader\'s Digest
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The truth about Reader's Digest

By Garlin, Sender, Illustrations by William Gropper

New York: Forum Publishers, 1943. Pamphlet. 29p., 5x7 inches, illustrations, very good in stapled brown printed wraps, third printing. "An attack on Reader's Digest as dishonest, profascist, and anti-Soviet. It is accused of catering to anti-Semitic, anti-Negro, and antilabor sentiments. The author demands that this defeatist magazine be forced to cease publication." *Seidman G35.

$12.00

Man and State: a conservative student journal. Vol. 4 no. 1 (February 1966)
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Man and State: a conservative student journal. Vol. 4 no. 1 (February 1966)

By Levy, David, editor

Berkeley: Man and State, 1966. 18p., staplebound journal, address label on rear cover, mild handling. Includes critiques of the Berkeley anti-war movement, and a sarcastically titled piece on "Love letters to Bettina" [Aptheker].

$25.00

Children of Satan IV: Cheney\'s \'Schmittlerian\' Drive for Dictatorship
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Children of Satan IV: Cheney's 'Schmittlerian' Drive for Dictatorship

By [LaRouche, Lyndon]

Leesburg VA: LaRouche PAC, 2006. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, 8x10.5 inches, crease, and short scratch on front wrap, else very good. Jeffrey Steinberg and Lyndon's merry crew of followers take on Dick Cheney, the Federalist Society, the Synarchists, Carl Schmitt, and Felix Rohatyn, all of whom turn out to be fascists and spawn of the devil.

$15.00

The Hammer; no. 7, Summer 1984 Anti-racist, anti-fascist news and analysis
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The Hammer; no. 7, Summer 1984 Anti-racist, anti-fascist news and analysis

By [Zeskind, Leonard and others]

Kansas City, MO: Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights, 1984. Magazine. 31p., 8.5x11 inches, magazine, wraps lightly worn and soiled, bottom corner of front wrap creased, else very good condition. Next-to-last issue of magazine. This issue has considerable material on Anti-abortion violence, British National Front and Strasserism, and especially the Populist Party. Leonard Zeskind was a member of the Hammer's staff.

$20.00

Handbook on Communism [cover title]
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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

Imperial nighthawk, vol. 68, no. 1
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Imperial nighthawk, vol. 68, no. 1

By Obrien, Tom, ed

Stone Mountain, GA: National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Inc, 1967. Newspaper. 8p., newspaper, paper toned else good condition, folded horizontally as issued, 11.5x16.5 inches. Usual racist ravings, including anti-Semitism, anti-UN, anti-National Council of Churches of Christ etc.

$75.00

Hitler born at Versailles.  Volume I of the Hitler Century
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Hitler born at Versailles. Volume I of the Hitler Century

By Degrelle, Leon

Costa Mesa: Institute for Historical Review, 1987. Hardcover. xiii, 535p., illus., very good condition in a worn and stained dj. Historical revisionism of the worst sort by a Belgium and former leader of a Brigade of the SS in Germany during World War II. Here he attempts to justify Hitler.

$45.00

Fr.? Divine, fake or Father
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Fr.? Divine, fake or Father

By Goff, Kenneth

Metairie, LA: Sons of Liberty, 1970. 13p., wraps, very good condition, 8.5x11 inches stapled in the upper left hand corner. "In this book I have hoped to bring out to you the blasphemous way this Anti-christ and pro-Red fake is operating, and to show you how it is connected up with the whole program of desegregation in the United States." - p. 13.

$35.00

Communist Seeger sings.  Citizens Committee of California, Inc. presents this document to inform the public about Communist activities in Civil Rights
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Communist Seeger sings. Citizens Committee of California, Inc. presents this document to inform the public about Communist activities in Civil Rights

By Citizens Committee of California

[Pasadena?]: Citizens Committee of California, 1959. Four large, 11x17 inch sheets stapled in the upper left hand corner, sheets printed on one side only, creased horizontally. First sheet has text attacking Seeger and sugesting that the Civic Auditorium shouldn't have been rented to him, the next three pages reproduced articles on Seeger (some from CPUSA publications) and HUAC documents. "Seeger is a sort of hill-billy 'proletariat' who picks up a guitar and sings what he calls 'people's songs.'" -from text.

$45.00

What World Famous Men Said About the Jews
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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

Xenophobia and immigration, 1820-1930
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Xenophobia and immigration, 1820-1930

By Curran, Thomas J.

Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1975. 214p., Library of Congress surplus stamp on front blank end paper, two additional stamps on verso of title page - no other markings.

$15.00

Foundations of Liberty [five booklets from the series]
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Foundations of Liberty [five booklets from the series]

By Patrick, James R., editor

East Moline, IL: MacArthur Institute, 2000. Five staplebound booklets, from a conservative series that was published bimonthly but without dates or issue numbers. One has a postal mark from 2000, the others would be from around the same time. Issues present are: "George Washington: America's first and greatest president," "The right to keep and bear arms," "Christian charity vs. government welfare," "Abraham Lincoln - his philosophy (part 1)," and Alexis de Tocqueville, a foreigner's view of early America's experiment in solf-government.

$35.00

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
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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

Why am I a revolutionist
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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

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