This section includes books and ephemera from the conservative movement and the far right, including many items that may be (and should be) found offensive by our customers, such as racist and anti-Semitic publications. Someone needs to preserve this historical record!
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Washington: Liberty Lobby, 1971. Pamphlet. 40p., wraps unevenly browned else good condition, 4x8.75 inches. Argues that Jews have influenced US policy; argues that Jews have lost the right to Israel by rejecting Jesus. Amongst further claims, that "most Americans are unaware that Hitler's hostility towards the Jews originated in the...
Lemon Grove, CA: William K. Shearer, 1984. Four-page newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, mildly creased and crinkled from handling. Issued to supporters of the American Independent Party, this issue is devoted to the presidential campaign of the Populist ticket of Bob Richards and Maureen Kennedy Salaman.
Dallas, TX: [1994-?]. 63p., staplebound magazine on newsprint, 8.5x11 inches. Anti-lawyer magazine by fearless opponents of the New World Order. Includes a piece arguing that the UN intends to install nature worship as a state religion, and a reprinted contribution from Ron Paul arguing against international entanglements. Sprinkled with jokes...
Sandpoint, ID: America's Promise Ministries, n.d. 18p., staplebound wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, staples rusting else very good. Reprinted from "Herald of the Coming Age." Circa 1990s. Rubberstamp on title page of Christian Research in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Christian Identity perspective, arguing against the existence of a fallen angel with godlike powers.....
Phoenix, AZ: Lord's Covenant Church / America's Promise, n.d. 18p., staplebound wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good, minor foxing. Reprinted from "Herald of the Coming Age." Circa 1990s. Rubberstamp on title page of Christian Research in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Christian Identity perspective, arguing against the existence of a fallen angel with...
New York: The Fund for the Republic, 1955. xiii, 474p., massive 11x8.5 inch blue boards with spots and other damage at top of spine and outside of hinges, insect damage to flyleaf. Herbert Aptheker's copy, with a page of handwritten bibliographical notes at the end and a review of the...
Washington DC: Liberty Lobby, 1985. 50p., staplebound pocketbook format, very good but for red underlining under "Handbook for jurors" in the table of contents. Mostly reprints of standard documents like the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution; the Handbook for Jurors argues that a member of the jury can vote...
Shreveport, LA: the newspaper, 1966. Four-page newspaper, folded in quarters, evenly toned. Single issue of the far-right newspaper, with coverage of a film called "My Baby is Black" that featured an interracial relationship. A Citizens Council director is quoted as calling its producer a "24-karat revolving oriental liar, a greasy...
Shreveport, LA: the newspaper, 1971. [12p.], tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned, mildly worn. Single issue of the far-right newspaper, including pieces on various communist conspiracy theories, and an article claiming that indigenous stone monuments in the Americas were actually built by red-headed Europeans.
San Francisco: Operation Counterforce, no date, circa 1960. 56p., staplebound 10x7 inch plain printed wraps, slight offset soil with mild crimping near staples. Homegrown political notions assuming, in the beginning of this text, a paternal understanding why people espouse various politics; this highmindedness quickly disperses. The anonymous author purposes to...
San Jose, CA: Citizens to Defend the Second Amendment, [1968-?]. 8.5x11 inch handbill, toned across the top edge. Seeks to create a new coalition of "Black militants and so-called right-wing extremists, students and working people, housewives and professional men" to protect gun rights.
New York City: Citizenship Educational Service, Inc., 1940. Unpaginated, about 60p., staplebound 9 x 6 inch decorated wraps, "Amer. Viewpoint" penciled on cover. Theodore Roosevelt, chairman; Frank Kingdon, educational director; Richmond Watson, director of research; Palmer Bevis, executive secretary.