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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Cedar Rapids, IA: The Torch Press, 1938. Hardcover. 351p., first edition, signed by Bready on title page; ownership signature on f.e.p. with additional inscription inside front board: "Written by our Methodist minister," dj chipped along the edges with tear across entire length of back panel; now in mylar cover. Anti-Communist.....
Yonkers, N.Y. the author, 1950. Paperback. [64p.], wraps, light abrasion on front wrap from sticker removal, remains of a white sticker on rear wrap else very good condition, 5x6.75 inches. In the conclusion Browder attacks the Communist Party's response to the red scare and suggests an alternative policy. *Seidman B637.....
Washington DC: Council ofr Inter-American Security and the Inter-American Security Educational Institute, 1985. Paperback. viii, 173p., wraps lightly creased, verso of front wrap & fore edge lightly stained else good condition. Red baiting attack on solidarity organizations including NACLA, CISPES & Transafrica.
Washington DC: the Coalition, 1941. 135p. staplebound booklet, rear cover and adjacent pages have minor corner nibble (not affecting any printed portion), otherwise very good. "Hitherto suppressed vital information" alleging that the secret Jewish world government was conspiring to draw the US into war.
Los Angeles: Truth Research Publications, 1940. Hardcover. 255p. hardcover, very good with minor shelfwear. An investigative chronicle of a live-in, donate-your-life-savings cult that is still with us decades after Bryan first trained his sarcastic spotlight on its kingpins. "Tyrannies of this kind do not wear labels on their coat sleeves......
Washington DC: the Newsletter, 1971. 4p., 8.5x11 inch brochure format, address label on the rear cover (addressee is Jozef Mlot-Mroz, the Massachusetts-based anti-Semitic pamphleteer). Toned around edges with minor wear. Newsletter from the senator, a member of the more conservative wing of the GOP.
Eureka Springs, AR: Christian Research, 1996. 20p., staplebound wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. Reprint of 1965 tract, with introductions from later editions included. Argument against zoning laws, suggesting in one section that free enterprise is more beautiful than nature; published by a Christian Identity group.