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 Haven, CT: Constitutional Educational League, . 9x17 inch broadside, neatly creased from having been folded for mailing, otherwise very good. An attack on Paul Sifton, Deputy Wages and Hours Administrator, for his Communist past; includes facsimiles of clippings from Communist publications and quotes about establishing a workers' government. Concludes.....
Columbia, SC: The Institute for the American Constitution, 1985. Single sheet folded to make 4-page brochure, very good. "I am your cousin because I am the illegitimate son of your Uncle Sam. I am the product of his seduction by the forces of totalitarianism." Sleazy-looking cartoon character on cover is.....
n.p. [1957?]. Handbill printed on both sides, 5.5x8 inches, with B&W photo of Chief Justice Earl Warren standing beside Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Below the photo and on the reverse is text from a NY Times report by Louis Amper, with portions strategically underlined to.....
Denham Springs, LA: Invisible Empire, Knights of the KKK, 1984. Newspaper. Single issue of the tabloid format newspaper, 8 pages, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Much coverage of local-level Klan activism around the US; cover story on school prayer, introductory article about imperial wizard Jim Blair, and more.
Los Angeles: Keep America Committee, 1967. 11x8.5 leaflet, neatly creased from folding. Pro-segregation article stating that the 14th amendment is a fraud. The Keep America Committee reprinted articles and sent them to a large mailing list around the country, in a pre-social media form of propaganda.
Paris: UMP/GayLib, [2007?]. 16p. includes covers, 5.75x8.25 inches, text in French, very good informational booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. GayLib was founded in 2002 as the LGBT conservative and centre-right political faction of UMP [Union for Popular Movement. GayLib split from UMP when the Party opposed same-sex marriage in 2013.....
Belmont, MA: The Review of the News, 1968. 8p., wraps. Reprint of "Analysis" article from the April 24, 1968 issue of Review of the News, as a separate pamphlet. John Birch Society perspective arguing that Martin Luther King Jr. might have been killed because he was no longer useful to.....
Washington DC: Libertarian Review, 1975-76. Four issues of the publication, the latter two in tabloid newspaper format; mild toning and wear. Issues present are vol. 4 nos. 6 and 11, vol. 5 nos. 2 and 3. Reviews of books, with contributors including Murray Rothbard, David Brudnoy, and George Will.
Harrison, Arkansas: Kingdom Identity Ministries, n.d. Six-panel brochure, very good. Christian Identity tract, arguing that marriage licenses originated as an effort to contravene anti-miscegenation rules and are therefore anti-God. Back panel has a form for ordering a "Contract of Holy Matrimony" to be used instead of a state-issued license.
Dusseldorf, Germany: Veli Kajum-Khan, 1953-73. Thirty-one issues of the slender journal, staplebound in wraps, generally very good with occasional pen markings; no. 87 is in English, with minor edge stains, the remainder are in "Turkestanian," written in Romanized script, these being nos. 92, 95-113, 115-122, 124, 126131, and thrown in.....
Washington DC: National Republic, . Four-page newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, two fold-creases from being folded in thirds for mailing else very good. This issue, headlined “UNESCO prods educators to brainwash American youth,” is devoted to UNESCO and the “internationalization” on the educational curriculum, arguing that under UN influence American children are.....
Washington DC: Young Americans for Freedom, 1969. 26p., staplebound magazine, very good. Far right periodical targeting college students. Includes ads for pins with slogans like "Up against the wall, Commies" and a poster depicting a shirtless hippie with a gun captioned "The New Left is Revolting." An article describes the.....