New York: Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, . 8.5x11 inch handbill, mimeographed one side, very good. "Three million Jews are being held captive in the Soviet Union..." Announces a demonstration outside the Soviet Mission on the first anniversary of the trial of Boris Kochubiyevsky.
[East Germany]: Ausschuss Fur Deutsche Einheit, n.d. Paperback. 264p., laid in is newsprint supplement of 24p., both illustrated with documents in facsimile, 9.5x6.5 inch wraps, cover printed with swastika and Jewish star; cover is dust-soiled, handled and edgeworn with a large unsightly snag at the heel and small snag at...
Kansas City, MO: Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights, 1983-85. Four issues of the quarterly journal, very good with minor handling wear. Issues present are nos. 2, 4, 6, 9. Combination of historical articles and coverage of contemporary far-right news, covering the Klan, LaRouche, racist and anti-Semitic third...
Riverside, IL: The Paul Revere Committee, 1971. 4x11 inch brochure unfolding to an 11x15.5 inch chart outlining the alleged genealogy of revolutionary forces and their underlying Secret Societies, going back to the Freemasons. Fourth printing. The chart is reprinted from Nesta Webster's 1922 "World Revolution, the plot against civilization," with...
Denham Springs, LA: Invisible Empire, Knights of the KKK, 1984. Newspaper. Single issue of the tabloid format newspaper, 8 pages, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Much coverage of local-level Klan activism around the US; cover story on school prayer, introductory article about imperial wizard Jim Blair, and more.
n.p. n.pub. [194-]. Approximately 3x3.5 inch card, printed one side, evenly toned. Lists wartime accomplishments of Irish-Americans, beginning "The first American soldier to kill a Jap was Mike Murphy, The first American pilot to sink a Jap battleship was Colin Kelly..." with five more examples, then concluding "The first son...
Jerusalem: Information Division of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 1971. 16p., 5.5x9 inches, pamphlet in white stapled wraps, staples have begun to rust, an otherwise very good copy. Laid in is a response-postcard with short questions and publisher's return address. Answers and Questions Pamphlet #7.
New York: Liberty Book Club, 1959. First four issues of the short-lived journal; length ranges from 27 to 46 pages, minor wear and handling soil. Missing the final issue. Writings by CP theorists like Victor Perlo and an article by Antonio Gramsci on anti-Semitism are supplemented with work by cultural...