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Men of the far right
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Men of the far right

By Dudman, Richard

New York: Pyramid Books. Paperback. B0007EBEOA 192 pages. Index. "A fascinating and comprehensive portrait of America's Far Right - of its leaders, its backers, of its methods and motives, of its present organization. The Far Right is a group that already wields tremendous power - that might possibly gain far greater power should we be faced with a serious national emergency - another Korea, a Cuba, a grave economic depression." - page 1. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. Singerman 1750. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

$69.95

Hitler's 'Mein Kampf': an analysis;
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Hitler's 'Mein Kampf': an analysis;

By Maser, Werner

London: Faber. Hardcover. 0571091679 272 pages. Index. Extensive bibliography. Footnotes. First published in German in 1966. "Before 1945, Mein Kampf was one of the most widely distributed and translated books in the world. After the war the sale of the book was forbidden in Germany; and all important documents relating to the history of the Nazi Party were in Allied custody. Dr. Maser is the first German historian who has been allowed access to these documents. After much detailed and painstaking research he has now produced this illuminating analysis of one of the most horrifying - and one of the most influential - books ever written. Essential reading for any student of Nazi Germany; and further proof, if proof be needed, of the appalling blindness of Western statesmen in failing to take seriously and literally the actual text of Hitler's textbook for conquest, destruction and mass-murder." - dust jacket. Former library copy with usual markings and above-average wear. Some pencil markings to contents. Spine leaning. Binding intact. Dust jacket now protected in archival-grade Brodart. A sound reference copy. Madden p.113, Kehr & Langmaid 734, Phillips p.179. . Fair. 1970. First English Edition.

$195.00

History of Zionism 1600-1918, vol.I
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History of Zionism 1600-1918, vol.I

By SOKOLOW, Nahum

London: Longmans, Green. Hardcover. B00H51NNTW Please note that we are offering volume I only. lii, 313 pages. Includes thirty-eight black and white portraits and illustrations. "In this work an attempt is made to deal with a considerable portion of the history of Zionism that has hitherto been very imperfectly explored, namely, the origin and development of the Zionist idea principally in England, and partly in France, during the last centuries, among Gentiles and Jews." - Preface. Former library copy with usual markings. Rebound in teal buckram. Binding sound. A worthy working copy of this excellent reference. . Fair. 1919. First Edition.

$199.95

Onwards To Victory War Speeches by the Right Honorable Winston S. Churchill
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Onwards To Victory War Speeches by the Right Honorable Winston S. Churchill

By Churchill, Winston C. (Charles Eade, Compiler)

Boston: Boston, MA Little, Brown & Co. Hardcover. B000J0DOP4 xi, 357 pages. "The sixty-five speeches, broadcasts and messages which make up this new book cover the momentous events of 1943, as the Allied nations continued their common battle against totalitarianism all over the world. This is the year when the tide turned." - dust jacket. Publisher's red cloth handsomely adorned with black and gilt. Book clean and unmarked with light wear. Binding tight and square. Above-average wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1944. First Edition.

$129.95

Pawns in the Game
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Pawns in the Game

By Carr, William Guy; Herridge, A. (Foreword)

Toronto, Canada: National Federation of Christian Laymen. Paperback. 186 pages. "Published to expose the ramifications of the International Conspiracy which was originated by a small group of wealthy and influential men in 1773 for the purpose of ultimately obtaining undisputed control of the wealth, natural resources, and manpower of the entire world... Explains how the continuity of their Long Range Plan was assured by appointing their successors from their own entourage while still alive." - Foreword. William Guy Carr [1895-1959] was a man's man, an English-born Canadian naval officer who described his adventurous early life in seven preceeding books. Sombre cover illustration depicts Soviet chess pieces moving in for the kill. Above-average but not excessive external wear. Binding intact. "American Nationalist" sticker on title page may refer to the book's American distributor. Ink underlining and markings throughout. Errata list not included. A sound first edition copy of this conspiracy classic. Singerman 921, Weems p.58. . Fair. 1955. First Edition.

$1500.00

Germany's Foreign Policy as Stated in "Mein Kampf" By Adolf Hitler - Friends of Europe Publication No. 38
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Germany's Foreign Policy as Stated in "Mein Kampf" By Adolf Hitler - Friends of Europe Publication No. 38

By Hitler, Adolf; Atholl, Katharine [The Duchess of Atholl, M.P.]

London: Friends of Europe. Pamphlet. 21 pages. 21 x 14 cm. Opens with a highly informative five-page Foreword by the Duchess of Atholl, M.P., the first female Scottish Member of Parliament. She provides details of the publishing and distribution history of Mein Kampf to-date, and possible reasons why its content has remained relatively unknown for so long by non-German speakers. In particular, she expresses her disdain for the 'severe expurgation' of the October 1933 English version entitled My Struggle. The following fourteen pages consist of quotes from a 1936 edition of Mein Kampf (which she refers to as the Nazi Bible) in which Hitler sets forth his views on foreign policy. These quotes are grouped under the following headings: German Arms and Methods; A Pan-German Policy; The Conquest of Territories - Old and New; Alliances Essential for the Overthrow of France; Views on Peace and Pacifism. Reprint of the 1936 first edition published by the Friends of Europe, an organization which claimed to offer "reliable information on the racial ideas, the religious struggle, the new militarism, new education and foreign policy in Nazi Germany." - last leaf. Unmarked with somewhat above-average wear. Covers nearly free of staples. A worthy copy of this fascinating and prescient historical artifact printed only one year before Hitler invaded Poland. . Fair. 1938. Reprint.

$950.00

About Zionism: Speeches and Lectures By Professor Albert Einstein
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About Zionism: Speeches and Lectures By Professor Albert Einstein

By Einstein, Albert; Simon, Leon [Translator]

New York: The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited. Hardcover. [8] 9-94 pages. Select Bibliography. First published in London in 1930. "Professor Einstein is better known as a physicist than as a Zionist. Yet for many years he has given abundant proof both of a keen interest in Zionism and of a penetrating insight into its underlying ideas. He is impelled to Zionism by his acute consciousness of the excessive price at which the blessings of assimilation are bought by the Jewish communities of the Western world, which for him are mainy represented by that of Germany. The price is a loss of solidarity, of moral independence and self-respect. These, in his view, can be regained only if assimilated Jews find some common task, of absolute human value, to which they can bend their corporate energies as Jews. Such a task is to be found in the restoration of Jewish national life in Palestine." - Introduction. Unmarked with average wear. Backstrip lettering faded. Binding tight. A sound copy of this important compilation. Emanuel p.51. . Good. 1931. First American Edition.

$1500.00

Planned Chaos
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Planned Chaos

By Von Mises, Ludwig; Read, Leonard E. [Foreword]

Irvington-on-Hudson, New York: The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc.. Hardcover. 90 pages. "Communist plotters, in the United States as elsewhere, are preparing for the conquest of political power. The discerning student, however, should consider how interventionism, under various enticing labels, is setting the stage for the final overthrow of the voluntary society, the market economy and constitutional government. [This work], by a world-famous expert, will prove a valuable aid to understanding in this field. It will help to explain the errors of those who believe a system based on individual freedom can be 'mixed' with socialism." - Foreword. Details of prior owners handwrittten in ink upon toned front endpaper otherwise contents clean and unmarked. Binding tight. Average wear to publisher's green cloth. Above-average wear to price-clipped dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. Greaves & McGee B-14. . Good. 1947. First English Edition.

$1500.00

Mein Kampf - The Definitive New Translation
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Mein Kampf - The Definitive New Translation

By Hitler, Adolf; Manheim, Ralph [Translator]

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Hardcover. 694 pages. Index. "This is the one book which if read and believed by the outside world might have prevented this war [WWII] . Reading it now - in this new and readable edition - may prevent the next." - Edgar Ansel Mowrer. First printing of "a completely new and accurate translation made to supersede the version prepared at great speed and under pressure in 1939. Particular care has been taken to give an exact English equivalent of Hitler's highly individual, and often awkward, style, including his occasional grammatical errors. We believe this new translation should stand as the complete, final, and definitive English version of Hitler's own story of his life, his political philosophy, and his thwarted plans for world domination." - dust jacket. Writing upon blank back leaf, otherwise book clean and unmarked with moderate wear to publisher's red cloth. Binding sound. Heavy wear to dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. Bibliographic references: Cole p.226, Phillips p.57, Barnes & Barnes p.135-137. . Good. 1943. New Translation.

$295.00

Pawns in the Game
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Pawns in the Game

By Carr, William Guy

USA: Publisher Not Stated. Paperback. xxi, [1], 193, [7], pages. Index. Glossary. This undated reprint of the 1955 first edition appears to be circa 1970. Includes a lengthy new Introduction by Carr dated 1958 and endorsements by prominent men on page 192. "... Published to expose the ramifications of the International Conspiracy which was originated by a small group of wealthy and influential men in 1773 for the purpose of ultimately obtaining undisputed control of the wealth, natural resources, and manpower of the entire world... Explains how the continuity of their Long Range Plan was assured by appointing their successors from their own entourage while still alive." - Foreword of the first edition. Commander Carr was a distinguished English-born Canadian naval officer who served in both world wars. Sombre cover illustration depicts Soviet chess pieces moving in for the kill. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality early copy of this highly controversial work. Singerman 921, Weems p.58. . Good. 1970. Reprint.

$295.00

The Constitution of Liberty
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The Constitution of Liberty

By Hayek, F[riedrich] A[ugust] Von

USA: The University of Chicago Press/Phoenix Books. Hardcover. First printing. x, 570 pages. Extensive footnotes. Index of authors quoted. Index of subjects. "A thorough exposition of a social philosophy which ranges from ethics and anthropology through jurisprudence and the history of ideas to the economics of the modern welfare state." - dust jacket. A National Review panel ranked this work the ninth best non-fiction book of the twentieth century. Date of Hayek's passing inked atop front free endpaper. Two tiny ink marks to footnote on page 475. Occasional nearly imperceptible pencil erasures to first quarter of book. Dust soiling to top edge otherwise book quite clean with light wear. Binding sound. Moderate wear to dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. Cody & Ostrem B-12, Pressman p.180. . Very Good. 1960. First Edition.

$1500.00

Mein Kampf - Complete and Unabridged - Fully Annotated
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Mein Kampf - Complete and Unabridged - Fully Annotated

By Hitler, Adolf

New York: Reynal & Hitchcock/Houghton Mifflin. Hardcover. xxxvi, 1003 pages. Index. "An accurate translation of a book which is likely to remain the most important political tract of our time, and which is now for the first time available in complete form to the American reader." - Introduction. Hitler presents his life story, political philosopy, and plans for world domination. Unmarked with average wear to publisher's maroon cloth. Minor lean to spine. Binding intact. Above-average wear to dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A worthy vintage copy of this highly consequential work. Singerman 481, Madden p.111, Cole p.226. . Good. 1940. Twelfth Impression.

$750.00

Bringing Down America: An FBI Informer with the Weathermen
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Bringing Down America: An FBI Informer with the Weathermen

By Grathwohl, Larry; Regan, Frank

USA: Arlington House Publishers. Hardcover. B0000E9VI8 191 pages. Index. "I lived with members of the Weather Underground for many months. A good many of these people I grew to like, but their fixation with violence to bring about political change is what forced me to view them as a threat to myself and others. These are a highly dedicated group of people who are willing to give their lives if necessary to fulfill their objectives." - Foreword. Somewhat above-average wear. Usual library markings. Binding intact. Light pencil markings on several pages. A sound reading copy. Decades after publication interest in this book was renewed as Americans discovered that Barry Soetoro [aka Barack Obama] had strong ties to Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, both of whom were leaders of the Weather Underground. . Fair. 1976. First Edition.

$99.95

Canada at the Crossroads - After the Referendum Where Do We Go?
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Canada at the Crossroads - After the Referendum Where Do We Go?

By Downe, William

London, Ontario: Hit Inc.. Paperback. 0969337426 37 pages. "Proposes sensible reform of Canada's political and governmental institutions - for the sake of the Canadian nation and citizenry. Contains much factual data on a proven and workable system which can make for a healthier Canadian nation and citizenry." - back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1992. First Edition.

$79.95

Johnny: A Spy's Life
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Johnny: A Spy's Life

By Rose, R. S.; Scott, Gordon D.

USA: Penn State University Press. Hardcover. 0271035692 xvii, 462. pages. Extensive footnotes. Bibliography. Index. Black and white reproductions of photos. "Johann Heinrich Amadeus de Graaf, known as Johnny all his life, was born in Germany in 1894 and died in Ontario, Canada in 1980. That he lived as long as he did is miraculous, considering that he spent many years as a double agent - pretending to work for Soviet intelligence while really functioning as an operative for Britain's MI6. A gripping tale of espionage during a critical period of the political history of the twentieth century." - dust jacket. Small spot of soiling to fore-edge otherwise clean and unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy of this fascinating life story. . Very Good. 2010. First Edition.

$79.95

Sabotage: It's History, Philosophy & Function
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Sabotage: It's History, Philosophy & Function

By Smith, Walker C.; London, Jack

Chicago: Solidarity Bookshop. Paperback. 1947 Reprint of the 1913 first edition published by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) Publishing Bureau in Chicago. 6.75" x 5". 32 page stapled pamphlet. The printing date of 1947 suggests this copy was reprinted in response to the difficult challenges faced by America's labor movement when the troops returned home following WWII. Page 32 includes text of an endorsement by Jack London. "The object of this work is to awaken the producers to a consciousness of their industrial power. It is dedicated, not to those who advocate but to those who use sabotage." - Foreword. Unmarked with average wear. External soiling. A sound vintage copy. MILES 4516. . Fair. 1947. Reprint.

$795.00

The Communist Manifesto / Manifesto of the Communist Party
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The Communist Manifesto / Manifesto of the Communist Party

By Marx, Karl; Engels, Friedrich

New York: International Publishers Company, Incorporated. Paperback. 48 pages. Authorized English translation. Unmarked with average wear and soiling. Binding intact. Orange covers. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1939. Reprint.

$49.95

Win Peace and Freedom Thru [Through] Nonviolent Action [Magazine], March [Mar.] 1, 1973 - The New Anarchism / VVAW in Trouble Again
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Win Peace and Freedom Thru [Through] Nonviolent Action [Magazine], March [Mar.] 1, 1973 - The New Anarchism / VVAW in Trouble Again

By Barry, Jan; Eberhardt, Dave; Balks, William; Waskow, Art; Dolgoff, Sam; Lyttle, Brad; al, et

New York: The WIN Publishing Empire. Single Issue Magazine. 30 pages. Features: VVAW [Vietnam Veterans Against the War] - Government Conspiracy; The Odyssey of Alton Foss; The Peace Movement - putting down roots; God Wrestling - encounter with Yiddishkeit; The New Anarchism; Fasting; Prison Notes - Vietnam; Radio Free America - shortwave's free language schools; The Greening of Norway; B-52 Pilot Michael Heck refuses mission; and more. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1973. First Edition.

$149.95

Stalin: Breaker of Nations (Phoenix Giants)
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Stalin: Breaker of Nations (Phoenix Giants)

By Conquest, Robert

Great Britain: Phoenix Giant. Paperback. 0753801485 Signed and inscribed by Robert Conquest to [Joseph D.] Joe Dwyer upon title page. Dwyer was an invaluable resource to Conquest and succeeded him as curator of the Russian collection at the Hoover Institution in 2002 . xvii, 346 pages. Black and white photographic plates. Index. Bibliographical Notes. "Robert Conquest [1917-2015], the foremost authority on the Stalinist period of Soviet history, focuses on Stalin's terrifying character, a monster let loose among humanity. Hitler called him a 'beast on the grand scale'. This book is the culmination of a lifetime's work, a masterly portrait of a man who 'perhaps more than any other determined the course of the twentieth century'." - back cover. "Conquest tells the tale with an informed hatred for his subject, and a fine sense of irony which makes the book indispensable reading'. - A.N. Wilson. Paul Johnson, close advisor to Margaret Thatcher, described Conquest as "our greatest living historian." - online reference. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Contents gently toning at edges. Tight and square. A special addition to the shelf of any serious sovietologist. . Good. 1998. First Paperback Edition.

$450.00

European Parliament: Scientific And Technological Options Assessment [STOA] - An Appraisal of Technologies of Political Control - Working Document [Consultant Version]
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European Parliament: Scientific And Technological Options Assessment [STOA] - An Appraisal of Technologies of Political Control - Working Document [Consultant Version]

By Wright, Steve; Holdsworth, Dick

Luxembourg: European Parliament / EU. Plastic Comb. 80 pages. Provides an update to members of the European Parliament on the technology of political control including police militarisation, surveillance technology, private prisons, and mark-free interrogation and torture technologies. Reads more like a sadist's handbook than a political document. Average wear. Considerable ink underlining and marginalia. A worthy reading copy. . Good. 1998. First Edition.

$395.00

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