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New York: [National Federation of Sales Executives-?], n.d. 5p., stapled wraps, 6.25x8.25 inches, lightly worn. Not found in OCLC as of August 2017. Argues that 4,000 school systems in the US are "contaminated" by unpatriotic teachers, but advertises the Democracy Readers published by Macmillan as an antidote. "Macmillan proves to...
Arlington, VA: Columbia Publishing Company, 1967. 91p., ads, third printing of this staplebound booklet first issued in 1965 with slightly shorter pagination, mild handling soil. Fresh from the nonpartisan insights of his "Guns of the Regressive Right," a shrewd JFK assassination scenario, Beale relapses into fretful anticommunism.
Belmont, MA: The Review of the News, . 7p., very good in staplebound wraps. Reprinted from a John Birch Society magazine, outlines the movement to build private schools in order to escape the ostensibly communist-pervaded degeneracy of public schools. Much on Robert Thoburn's Fairfax Christian School.
Berkeley: Berkeley Citizens United, 1969. 8p. bulletin, 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left, with a mass-produced cover letter by Shryock introducing conservative student activities by Young Americans for Freedom at Berkeley in the midst of radical turmoil. Notes that no media attended their rally in support of eating grapes...
Beverly Hills: the committee, 1950. [Leaflet] single leaf of semi-coated offwhite paperstock printed in green ink with vignette photoportrait of Cowell, verso quotes a Hollywood Citizen-News article at length, about 500 words total. Paperstock toned and begun to be fragile, showing a short tear along an original foldline and a....
Chicago: The Regan Press, 1914. 144p., newsprint paperstock, first edition staplebound 7x4.8 inch textblock in printed terracotta wraps; paper is very toned and on the verge of fragile, a small puncture to cover penetrates a dozen adjacent leaves, an unhandled unmarked copy: very good, despite puncture. Decorated with a linocut...
Washington DC: GPO, 1939. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, 9x11 inches. Edgewear at top of front cover, otherwise very good. Text from the Congressional Record of a speech by the senator from Misssissippi calling for African-American "repatriation" in order to prevent the "commingling of the blood streams" and the destruction of white civilization.
N.pl. n.pub. 1960. 78p., wraps, very good condition, later printing. First published by the Christian Anti-Communism Crusade. Tell-all by former Communist; includes photo of the author as CP rabble-rouser Helen DeMark addressing crowd in 1933, and a later photo of her conferring with Fred Schwarz.