Norborne: author, 1966. Booklet runs 106p., text professionally printed with a full-page photoportrait of DePugh in suit and tie. Blue stiff wraps with some sunning, 5.25 x 8.25 inches; text block is clean but toned. Folded Patriotic Party questionnaire and application laid in, formerly glued to inside back cover, now loose. Some rust to staples, middle page spread beginning to come loose, "Freeman" written in pen on title-page, else good.
DePugh was founder of the Minutemen and the Patriotic Party. From backcover: "This book presents his actual political beliefs in his own words. It analyzes the current socialist threat to our individual freedom and presents a realistic plan by which patriotic citizens can still successfully defend their American heritage."