Washington DC: Liberty Lobby, 1975-1984. Two hundred and eight issues of the far-right tabloid newspaper, generally evenly toned with some dust soiling, a handful of issues with more serious soiling or wear. Most have an address label on the front panel above the fold. Issues present are: Vol. 1 nos. 1, 2, 12-15; vol. 2 nos. 1-35, 37-43, 49-52; vol. 3 nos. 1-21, 23, 27-52; vol. 4 nos. 1-24 (first few with some termite holes), 26, 32-39; ol. 5 nos. 49-53; vol. 6 nos. 1-13, 15-52; vol. 7 nos. 1-26; vol. 9 nos. 18-33, 35-52, and vol. 10 nos. 1/2 and 3. This substantial group fills two banker's boxes; please ask for a postage quote.
The Willis Carto-backed newspaper popularized many of the central themes of the hard right, including conspiracy theories about the Trilateral Commission and Council on Foreign Relations, Zionist control of American institutions, and a significant emphasis on alternative medicine with claims that the medical profession suppressed certain cures and preventative measures.
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