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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Zaraphath: The Herald of Freedom and Metropolitan Review, 1973. 4p., a single sheet folded to standard (11 x 8.5 inches) leaves, professionally-printed double-column on good paperstock, near-fine specimen. Published "every other Friday." Capell is better-known (we think) as the author of "Henry Kissinger, Soviet Agent," and Kennedy accusation "The Strange...
Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1994. 249p., very good in wraps, second printing.
Sherbrooke: Editions Saint-Raphael, 1976. 109p., slender paperback, pages toned, cover mildly worn. Third edition. Translated from the French. Anti-communist novel. Rear cover blurb by a Jesuit priest says "If one wishes to know the tactics employed by the communist party to infiltrate and subvert the Catholic church from within one...
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1990. Pamphlet. Press kit for the release of the autobiography of the African American surgeon, 8.5x11 inch folder with various descriptive ephemeral pieces therein. This is not the book itself. This is a press kit for the book's release filled with press releases, reviews and publicity materials...
Washington DC: The Barnes Review, 2009. Paperback. 112p., illustrated with period press photography, softbound, a hybrid, paper-bound in slick magazine format, Clean, very little handled, a very good copy. Find nineteen separate holocaust-denial articles.
La Habana: Editorial en Marcha, ano de la planificacion, 1962. 51p., staplebound 8.2x6 inch wraps, cover detached from staple and split down the foldline. Text is complete; front cover titling and graphic edgeworn, detatched along spine, plain back cover is ragged and grossly defective.
New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House, 1968. 390p., dj.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1978. Hardcover. 697p., very good condition in a shelfworn dj.
Washington: New Solidarity, 1984. Single sheet of newsprint, 14.5x22 inches and folded tabloid-style to 11x14.5, printed both sides, issued as a supplement to the newspaper New Solidarity. Responds to B'nai Brith charges that Lyndon LaRouche was anti-Semitic; turns the tables by claiming that the B'nai Brith itself helped break the...
New York: New Benjamin Franklin House, 1984. Paperback. 607p., mildly worn wraps, second edition. LaRouchite view of history.
Washington: Chamber of Commerce, 1950. 74p.,wraps.
Washington: the Chamber, 1954. 90p., wraps, illus.
Washington: Chamber of Commerce of the United States. 1946. 40p., wraps slightly browned with a glass stain on rear wrap, else very good condition, later printing *Seidman C118.
Washington: the Chamber, 1947. 57p., wraps, slight soiling along spine. *Seidman C119.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1919. Hardcover. 367p., front., illus., first edition, pictorial dj with smudges and slight chipping at corners. "An American girl fights against Bolshevism in New York following World War I." *Hanna 652. Frontispiece shows the heroine tearing the revolutionary flag from the hands of a....
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1919. Hardcover. 367p., frontispiece and 3 plates, very good first edition in red cloth and gilt, mild wear in clipped pictorial dj with minor edge wear. "An American girl fights against Bolshevism in New York following World War I." *Hanna 652. Frontispiece shows the...
New York: Freedom House, 1988. xii, 189p., very good in wraps. On the Nicaraguan opposition newspaper La Prensa, and the general backdrop of Sandinista power.
New York: Freedom House, 1988. xii, 189p., cloth boards, dj, very good. On the Nicaraguan opposition newspaper La Prensa, and the general backdrop of Sandinista power.
n. pl. BasicBooks, 1991. Hardcover. x, 208p., introduction, notes, index, very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped , dj.
New York: Basic Books, 2003. Hardcover. 262p., prologue, notes, index, very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj.
Chino: Chick Pub. 2012. 22p., 5x2.75 inches oblong, cartoons, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. A retelling of the 12 plagues, issued at Passover in 2012, concluding that acceptance of Jesus is the only way to have the angel of death "pass over" in the coming reckoning.
Chino: Chick Pub. 2010. [20p.], 5x2.75 inches oblong, cartoons, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. Fundamentalist Christian comic booklet featuring a group of hippies/revolutionaries who plot a successful communist uprising only to be sentenced to death under the new totalitarian regime; Jesus is the only path the liberation.
St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1991. 387p., illus., dj.
St. Louis: Christian Nationalist Crusade, [1944?]. Leaflet, printed on one side only, 11x8.5 inches, creased into thirds, paper toned else good condition. Alleged to have been prepared by "The Carnegie Institution," more likely from the ravings of Robert Edward Edmondson. From the leaflet - "Millions of dollars are being spent...
[California]: the Alliance, [190-]. 3x10.25 inch leaflet, horizontal fold crease, otherwise very good. Eleven paragraphs of text in small type. Argues that labor unions had become monopolistic and thrwarted the desire of sincere men to work. Citizens' Alliances were formed in several parts of the country, but the text of...