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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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...
University Park, PA: The Department of Labor Studies, The Pennsylvania State University, . 23p., wraps.
[Princeton, NJ]: C.S. Lewis Society, 1978. Leaflet, printed on one side only, 11.5x8.5 inches.
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...
San Jose, CA: CARP in solidarity with the 4th of July Movement, 1981. Leaflet. 8.5x11 inches printed on one side only with text and a small portrait of Cleaver. CARP was campus movement - Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles (CARP) founded by Sun Myung Moon.
Santa Cruz CA: Davis Publishing Company, Inc., 1974. Unpaginated preliminaries, text consists of a substantial puzzle-a-page with facing list of Acrosses and Downs, 62 of these, with appended solutions (4 to a page). First entry is partially worked in red ink, the remainder untouched. Try your luck, Bleeding Hearts! Item...
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...
Chicago: Northwest Publishing Company, 1925. 301p., inserted plates on coated paperstock (largely portrait photographs), documents in facsimile in the text, first edition blue cloth boards titled and decorated in white and red (cobweb over congressional dome). Spine panel is slightly faded, boards somewhat edgeworn with minute fraying, rear hinge has...
New York: Hill and Wang, 1987. 294p., very good hardcover in dj.
Los Angeles: The International Institute for Economic Research, 1976. 52p., wraps, part of the conclusion has been highlighted. Original Paper 3.
Sausalito: PoliPointPress, 2007. Paperback. xiv, 189p., personal inscription signed by the author, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps.
New York: The New American Library, 1968. Hardcover. xiii, 292p., illus., first edition, worn dj.
New York: Americans for a Safe Israel, 1988. Pamphlet. 40p., staplebound pamphlet, minor edgewear, 7x9.75 inches; cover design suggests Chomsky's name is stained with blood. "Chomsky... maintains important connections with the neo-Nazi movement of our time -- that he is, in a certain sense, the most important patron of the...
Washington: the Commission, 1989. xl, 623p., very good in wraps.
New York: Committee for Constitutional Government Inc., . Six panel brochure, very good condition, 3.5x7.5 inches. Brochure promoting Samuel B. Pettingill's book "For Americans only" which was published in 1944.
New York: Committee for Constitutional Government, Inc., [1944?]. Six panel brochure, some ceasing and wear, 3.75x8.5 inches. Promotes the sale of Robert Hunter's book on Revolution, first published in 1940.
Washington DC: GPO, 1948. iv, 129p., wraps.
Washington, D.C. GPO, 1970. v, 1147-1363, vii p., very good in wraps, minor handling wear. Discusses revisions to the McCarran Act, used to prosecute Communists.
Washington, DC: GRP, 1973. 54, v, wraps somewhat worn.Includes a chronological listing of kidnappings around the world and their outcomes. Cites SWP internal bulletins (with facsimiles) claiming that the SWP was supporting such activities in Latin America.
Washington, DC: GRP, 1973. 54, v, wraps somewhat worn, old price tag on cover. Includes a chronological listing of kidnappings around the world and their outcomes. Cites SWP internal bulletins (with facsimiles) claiming that the SWP was supporting such activities in Latin America.
Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970. 994p, wraps, index of hearings, organizations, and individuals.
Washington DC: GPO, 1956. One volume only of the series, focusing on the CPUSA. 343p., wraps badly worn, front cover almost loose, a reading copy.
Washington DC: GPO, 1956. One volume only of the series, 372p., wraps lightly shelfworn.
Washington DC: GPO, 1956. One volume only of the series, focusing on the CPUSA. 343p., very good in wraps.
Washington DC: GPO, 1956. Single volume from the series, x, 553p., very good in wraps. Includes much transcription from original texts, many of them published in CPUSA sources, presented as evidence of the threat posed by red subterfuge.