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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Ferndale, MI: The Project, 1986-1993. Fourteen issues of the newsletter devoted to exploring the nature of the international conspiracy supposedly headed by the British Crown, a parasitical world supra-organism operating through subsidiary agencies such as the Freemasons, International Bankers, etc. Issues present are vol. 2 nos. 2-5, 8, 9/10; vol...
Ferndale, MI: The Project, 1986, 1987. Two issues of the newsletter devoted to exploring the nature of the international conspiracy supposedly headed by the British Crown, a parasitical world supra-organism operating through subsidiary agencies such as the Freemasons, International Bankers, etc. Issues present are vol. 2 no. 2 and vol...
n.p. n.p., 2006. Paperback. 139p., trade paperback, as New. Anonymously published edition which includes a historical introduction along with three articles reprinted from Henry Ford's Dearborn Independent in addition to the Protocols themselves. A well-known hoax purporting to reveal the true intentions and plans behind Zionism.
n.p. The Foundation, 1978. Paperback. 169p., softbound in 8x5 inch glossy black wraps; name of copyright holder blacked out on titlepage, opposite which is an infringement warning laid down on front cover verso. Post-nuclear survivalist theology and metaphysics, a good sound copy with a little bit of foxing to top...
Cincinnati: Circuit Riders, Inc., 1959. Pamphlet. 71p., wraps, ex-library. The leadership of the Council of Churches "aids and abets the Communist conspiracy." Extensive lists of personal information about delegates, such as incriminating articles they have published on such nefarious topics as abolishing nuclear weapons.
Washington DC: Freedom Leadership Foundation, 1976-77. Four issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, evenly toned, otherwise very good with minor wear. Issues present are vol. 6 no. 23 and vol. 7 nos. 5, 7 and 9. The Freedom Leadership Foundation was the political arm of the Unification Church. Newspaper covers world events from an anticommunist perspective.
Colorado Springs: Air Defense Command [USAF], no date (circa 1955). 19p., saddlestitched leaves in folded wraps; 10.5 x 8 inch brochure, spine fold is split. A public relations response to community complaints --noise, land grabs, hazards, and doubtless other fears unvoiced in this text.
Washington DC: the Embassy [of the Government of the Republic of Viet-Nam], 1969. Paperback. 33p., paper covers, 11x8.5 inch staplebound self-wraps featuring news articles and photographs in facsimile, accompanied with keyboard-set text. Slight dust-soil and edgewear, a very good copy.
n.p. . Single page, typescript handbill mimeographed on thin paper, 8.5 x 11 inches, printed on one side. Anonymous exhortation to California voters to press their assemblymen to support the "senate book bill" (SB 1671). This bill would remove from school libraries any works that did not "impress upon the...
Washington DC: National Media Analysis, 1970. Premier issue of the monthly newsletter, 8p., 8.5x11 inches, creased from having been folded for mailing, with receipt stamp from a library on the cover. "Straight" analysis of the underground press, including discussion of recent political or cultural trends. They valiantly read those obscene...