Lincoln, Nebraska: Charles W. Phillips, 1942. 4p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at corner, last page loose but present; three holes punched at left, handwritten notes on cover sheet. "Peek knows! Seditious? No! Revolt stuff!" This issue almost entirely devoted to reprinting a memorandum by Peek, "The drive for a new world order," warning of plots by the "internationalist bankers" and casting doubt on reasons for the US fight against the Axis. Formerly a New Deal Democrat, Peek had rejoined the GOP and turned sharply against the Roosevelt administration.
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