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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Belmont, MA: John Birch Society, n.d. Group of pamphlets and a paperback book, "Shanghai Conspiracy," sealed together in plastic wrap and originally sold as a set at JBS bookstores. Plastic still intact, though with a few small tears and minor dust soil. Slogans on cover sheet include "Support our fighting.....
Chicago: Saint Germain Press, 2003. 48p., staplebound booklet, very good. Single issue of the publication that continued in print decades after the Ballards took a leaf from the Dudley Pelley script of fascist mysticism. This issue includes incantations to protect the USA as the "Permanent atom in the heart of...
Washington: Liberty Lobby, . Single 8.5x11 sheet folded to make envelope-sized brochure decorated with a sketch in red white and blue; very good. Invites recipient to join the Liberty Lobby, working to cut taxes, end welfare, and "clamp down hard and fast on campus agitators, black militants and bombers"
Great Barrington MA: American Institute for Economic Research, 1978. Pamphlet. 32p., softbound pamphlet in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled glossy wraps, faint edgewear, a clean sound copy. Per introductory materials: "..founded in 1933..the Institute's research is planned to help individuals protect their personal interests as well as those of the Nation. The...
n.p. ARDE, 1985. [22p.], 8.5x11 inches, very good. Newsletetr issued by US-based supporters of the southern Nicaraguan Contra group. Judging by the advertisements, published in California. Includes black and white photos of militia members, ARDE representatives, and assemblies in the forest.
Belmont, MA: American Opinion, [1968?]. pp. 27-40, wraps, old archive stamp on front wrap. Offprint from the March 1968 issue of American Opnion. Opposed to Black Power, and notes "Martin Luther King's plans to invade and disrupt Washington itself..." A fine, unintentional, study in European American hysteria.