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Townsend, Ralph

The High Cost of Hate

self-published, San Francisco. 1939, 61p., very good in wraps. Isolationist arguments from a subtly pro-Japanese perspective. Argues that newspaper propaganda has "stirred war hate" against Japan by painting China as a democratic ally and withholding criticism of the USSR. Townsend pled guilty in 1942 to violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act; he had failed to register as a paid agent of Japan.

Cat.No: 151163

Price: $40.00

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