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$3,048,000,000 of Political Medicine Yearly in the United States. What...
[Chicago]: [National Physicians' Committee], [1944-?]. Poster. 17x22 inch poster, neatly fold-creased, otherwise very good. Part of a fear-mongering campaign against the Wagner-Murray-Dingell bill for government support of medical care as changing doctors to mere public employees who would work only eight hours a day,working to please their political masters rather..... More
The 1980 Crisis and What We Should Do About It
Washington, D. C: Committee on the Present Danger, [c1980]. Pamphlet. 19p., stapled wraps, 3.75x9 inches, "Rec'd 3/13/80" penciled on front wrap else very good condition. The Committee advocated an aggressive nuclear weapons program to counter the Soviet Union. More
Abolish the United Nations
Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, [195-]. Pamphlet. 7p. pamphlet, 3.75x5.25 inches, very good. receipt date of May 1958 penciled on rear cover. "This tract distributed by the Citizens Congressional Committee to Abolish the United Nations. This Committee was formed at a conference in San Francisco, California, February 5 and 6..... More
Alcázar de Toledo: Pinceladas; recuerdos de sus gloriosas ruinas y....
Toledo: Editorial Católica Toledana, 1939. 56p., second edition, wraps, wraps edgeworn, pages lightly toned, staples rusted else good condition. Text in Spanish. On the siege of the Alcazar in Toledo in 1936. Celebrates Francisco Franco and Colonel Moscardo, the Nationalist commander who held off Republican forces during the siege... More
All-American Books [two issues: Summer 1958, Summer 1961]
New Rochelle, NY: America's Future, Inc., 1958, 1961. Two issues of the staplebound digest quarterly, 15 and 14 pages respectively, light handling. Reviews of books for right-wing "patriots." More
America's Urgent Need: Universal Military Training [with] Suggested Procedure for...
Indianapolis: American Legion, . Pamphlet. Two four-panel brochures, 8.5x11 inches, the former lightly edgeworn and toned, date penciled on rear panels of both, else very good condition. More
The American anti-socialist. A monthly magazine published at Washington, D.C....
Washington, D.C. John Basil Barnhill, 1912. First issue of the slender journal, 16p., blank margins of front and back pages have silverfish holes, but text complete; a reading copy. This issue contains essays reprinted from other authors including A.J. Balfour, former British Prime Minister, alleging fallacies and self-defeating weaknesses of..... More
The American anti-socialist. An organ of Jeffersonian democracy published at...
Washington, D.C. John Basil Barnhill, 1914. Last issue of the slender journal, 16p., crinkled with a piece torn out of the margin on the front cover (no text loss), staple rusted, a reading copy. The individualist anarchist editor adopts a more classically conservative perspective on such issues as inheritance taxes..... More
The American Guard: Constitution and bylaws
Anderson, Indiana: The American Guard, . Pamphlet. 19p. staplebound booklet, year of receipt (1949) penciled inside front cover, very good. Rules and principles of the right-wing group. More
The American Independent: August 1984
Lemon Grove, CA: William K. Shearer, 1984. Four-page newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, creased and crinkled from handling else good condition. 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. More
American Review [two issues: 7, 10]
Los Angeles: Conservative Party of California; Howard Jarvis, publisher, 1963-64. Two issues of the official publication of the state's Conservative Party, 8.5x11 inches, on newsprint; evenly toned, mild edgewear. Mixture of local news and commentary on broader subjects. Accusations of fraud at the Long Beach Fair, military weakness against the..... More
American Review. No. 10
Los Angeles: Conservative Party of California; Howard Jarvis, publisher, 1964. Single issue of the official publication of the state's Conservative Party, 16p., 8.5x11 inches, on newsprint; evenly toned, very good. Mixture of local news and commentary on broader subjects. Alleges that military weakness against the USSR is a socialist Democratic..... More
American-Chilean Council Report. Nov. 29, 1976
New York: ACC, 1976. Four-page newsletter published by supporters of Chile's Pinochet regime, 8.5x11 inches, very good. The ACC was registered as a foreign agent of the Consejo Chileno Norteamericano, promoting Pinochet’s interests in the United States. Comments on US coverage of events in Chile, arguing that a Communist propaganda..... More
Analysis, Lest we forget
Belmont, MA: The Review of the News, 1968. Pamphlet. 8p., stapled wraps, 5.5x7.5 inches, very good condition. Reprint of "Analysis" article from the April 24, 1968 issue of Review of the News, as a separate pamphlet. John Birch Society viewpoint. John Birch Society perspective arguing that Martin Luther King Jr...... More
Appeal to German-Americans for action! / Aufruf an die Deutsch-Amerikaner...
n.p. . Broadside. 17.5x11.25 inch broadside, vertically fold-creased so that English appears on one side, German on the other. Bottom of the fold has a chip, no text loss but four letters are ready to come loose if not handled carefully. Not found in OCLC. Tiny letters at bottom state..... More
At Home All Must Be Well. Dedicated to our sacred...
[Indianapolis]: American Legion, . Pamphlet. 32p., stapled wraps, 4.25x7 inches, very good condition. Guide for families of service members, particularly wives and mothers. More
The Bamboo Connection (Nov.-Dec. 15, 1988)
Kinston, NC: Bamboo Connection, 1988. 16p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold. Argues that there was evidence of living POWs still in Southeast Asia and that the government should pursue the matter; also covers other veteran-related issues. More
Barry Goldwater: Why young Americans are for GOLDWATER for President...
Washington DC: Youth for Goldwater, . Pamphlet. Six-panel brochure, 4x9 inches, illus., date in blue pencil on rear else very good condition. Also included is an 8.5x11 cover letter, fold-creased with date in blue pencil, and the original envelope. More
The Bill Clinton Joke Book
Wichita, KS: Sunset Research Group, 1993. Pamphlet. 31p., 5.5x8.5 inch staplebound wraps; illus., slightly handled wraps, light sticker residue on front wrap, else very good. More
Bravery: the Braves magazine. Vol. 23 no. 1 (January 1941)
Los Angeles: Old Glory Braves, Inc., 1941. Magazine. 8p., staplebound wraps, 8x10.75 inches; horizontal fold, otherwise very good. "Pro-Nazi" penciled at top of front cover by the original recipient. Publication of the Christian nationalist boys' group led by Fred Meyer, which boasted of having a Native American leader on its..... More
Buchanan No! rally & demonstration [handbill] Monday, Feb. 26, 9:00am...
Tucson: Derechos Humanos Coalition, . Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides on bright orange stock, Buchanan No! in large font on one side, and a collage of Buchanan's face over Ray Harryhausen's Ymir monster with info on the rally and Buchanan's horrific policies, very good. Protesting Pat's antiAfrican American..... More
Bulletin no. 1 - May 28, 1936. Radicals lead American...
Atlanta: The Kourier, 1936. Newsletter. Four-panel brochure folded from a single sheet, about 5x8 inches, very good. First issue of a bulletin on issues related to education, put out by The Kourier, a Ku Klux Klan magazine. Not found in OCLC., though it is possible that it may have been..... More
Bulletin no. 1 - May 28, 1936. Radicals lead American...
Atlanta: The Kourier, 1936. Newsletter. Four-panel brochure folded from a single sheet, about 5x8 inches, minor toned area at lower right corner, "KKK" in red pencil at top. First issue of a bulletin on issues related to education, put out by The Kourier, a Ku Klux Klan magazine. Not found..... More
The Case Against the New York State Security Risk Law
New York: New York Civil Liberties Union, 1957. 11p., wraps, 4x9 inches, touch of rust to staples else very good condition. On an anticommunist law passed during the Korean War, due to expire in 1957. More
Danger! Warning! Pro-Stalin politicians and alien-minded traitors in cooperation with...
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