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]: American Bar Associations, 1961. 58p., wraps.
New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1935. 24p., wraps slightly browned with minor soiling,
Washington: AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education, [1964. 23p., wraps, illus., 8x4 inches. Polemic against right-wing extremists, citing among other events, the assassination of JFK and the Birmingham bombing. COPE publication no. 137C.
Indianapolis, Indiana: National Americanism Commission of the American Legion, 1937. 287p., illustrated with period images from Soviet and CPUSA publications; 10x6.7 inch red cloth boards cover-titled black. Somewhat edgeworn with bits of fraying at corner-tips, head and heel of spine, two pages (16, 17) bear lightly pencilled brackets, a sound...
San Francisco: the Legion, 1934. Salmon-pink cardstock fiche, 2x3.5 inches printed in dark blue, faintest toning, a fine exemplar, surely un-revocable in this condition. Ephemeral piece from the 1930s San Francisco.
[Sacramento': The Legion, printed in California State Printing Office, 1957. 119p., staplebound wraps with orange binder's tape spine, very good.
Dallas, TX: American Nazi Party, [196-]. 8.5x11 inch sheet printed in tiny text, some toning and edge chipping, not reaching the printed portion. This is a reprint of the Arlington, VA original by the Texas branch, after the group changes its name to the ANP in 1960. Small address label...
Arlington, VA: American Nazi Party, 1964. unpaginated [8p.], 4.5x5.5 inches, paper toned, some smudging. Reading list of recommended books by categories, such as Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, War Crimes, Foreign Policy Sell-outs, Money and Banking, the Jewish Question, Race and Anthropology, etc.
San Francisco: Americans for Democratic Action, [1960?]. 12p., wraps, very good condition.
San Francisco: ADA, [1960?]. 12p., wraps. Back cover bears holograph notes, ink & pencil, how MLK was red-baited following a Knoxville press conference attended by Abner Berry of the NY Daily Worker. Slight soil from pencil and ballpoint smear.
Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1969. Single sheet printed front and back, 6 x 9 inches. Argues that Jesus was an extremist, did not believe in government-backed charity, opposed slavery and Socialism. Anderson was later a candidate for president on the American Party ticket.
Tacoma Park, MD: Boniface Press, 1974. Pamphlet. Reprint from 1973. 38p., softbound, a pamphlet in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled wraps. Cover mildly dust-smudged, first several pages are sloppily underlined in ink. A sound copy but as is. App a Holocaust denier.
Pasadena, CA: Ambassador College Press, 1967. 226p., very good in wraps. Brtish Israelite prespective.
Chicago: Regnery Gateway, 1982. xix, 282p., first edition cloth boards in dj; faint shelfwear, jacket has some tiny pressure marks, a few light spatters. Arnold has made a career of anti-environmentalism, after spending some years with the Sierra Club.
Menlo Park, CA: Institute for Humane Studies, 1977. 36p., wraps, very good but for old bookseller's stamp on title page. Studies in Education no. 3. A re-examination of the legal case in which the Supreme Court decided that children could not be forced to attend public schools. Discusses social context...
New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1934. 164p., vignette blockprint head-pieces, in-text cartoons and figures, photographic frontispiece collage with metallic onlay color (shows all the minted gold in the world as if melted together into a huge cube sitting in the middle of Wall Street), orange cloth titled boldly...
Grand Forks, ND: the author, . 68p., wraps, closed edge tear on front cover, paper evenly toned, otherwise very good.
Grand Forks, ND: the author, 1918. 96p., staplebound wraps, paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Cover title: "The Farmer and Townleyism: Carry the truth to the people."
Washington: GPO, 1959. vi, 24, ii p., wraps creased with a tear on the back. Bahriany was a leader of Ukranian expats in the US who had spent time in Siberia for offending the powers-that-be in the early 1930s. United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities. Eighty-sixth Congress, first session.
Baton Rouge, LA: Christian Defense League, n.d. Pamphlet. 58p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illus., stapled pamphlet, rusting staples, else very good condition.
Baton Rouge, LA: Christian Defense League, n.d. Pamphlet. 44p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illus., stapled pamphlet, rusting staples, else very good condition.
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1994. xiii, 290p., very good in wraps.
N.pl. n.pub. 1963. 42p., wraps.
Hollywood: Sons of Liberty, n.d. 44p., staplebound pamphlet, undated later edition.
Austin: Texas Monthly Press, 1986. x, 273p., very good hardcover in dj. "The self-destructive struggle for power within the largest Protestant denomination in America"