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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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.....
New York: The American Economic Foundation, 1969. Four issue broken run of the newsletter, 4p. each, 5.5x8.5 inches, various printed letters, leaflets and brochures laid-n, very good on white stock with red and black texts and designs, a folded 17x22 inch poster reproduction of their ad in the New York.....
Stanford, CA: Eldridge Cleaver Crusades, 1977. Eight page newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with numerous black and white photos. Likely the only issue produced (OCLC shows no later issues). Produced after the former Black Panther fugitive's conversion to Christianity and the founding of his ministry, the newsletter outlines includes a substantial.....
Los Angeles: Better America Federation of California, [1920-?]. [12p.], foxed wraps. Edition not stated. OCLC only lists one 7th edition, at UC Davis. Enlists students in the fight against those trying "to break down our American system of government and to substitute for it a government something like Mr. Trotzky's.....
Washington, D.C. GPO, 1967. iv, 273-506, ix pages, wraps, a name written in grease pencil on front cover, interior clean. Discusses revisions to the McCarran Act, used to prosecute Communists, addressing certain procedures regarding the registration of communist and communist-front organizations.
Fort Collins, CO: the Committee, 1979-82. Four issues of the 8.5x11 inch bulletin: January 1979, Nov. and Dec. 1981, and January 1982. The last three issues are stapled together. Discussion of conservative topics such as state sovereignty, fears of UN supremacy, and repealing the Federal Reserve Act.