International money-power behind world revolution: a shocking story of monstrous deceit and intrigue. Wayne Storm.

International money-power behind world revolution: a shocking story of monstrous deceit and intrigue

Shreveport, LA: Storm Publishing Co. 1966. iii, 114p., amateur political cartoons throughout, wraps have cartoon depiction of robotic hippie armed with gun and bloody dagger, the wind-up knob on his back being turned by a pot-bellied Jewish banker. Publisher's slug is covered with a distribution label (for the Sons of Liberty in Hollywood); one passage on page 4 censored with red tape, which can be read with magnifying glass and sunlight.

The censored passage defends national security against charges of "alarmism," equating Churchill's warnings against Hitler to the same sort of sensible advice. Evidently Sons of Liberty were rightward of Storm.

Cat.No: 142339

Price: $35.00

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