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!
Refine search resultsSkip to search results
Tell'M. No. 6
Kerrville, TX: Tell'M, 1962. 6p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at corner, folded for mailing. Richard B. Moran's newsletter, this issue largely devoted to Cuba and the accusation that JFK was trying to help Khrushchev come off as a hero. More
The ten pillars of economic wisdom
New York: American Economic Foundation, . Pamphlet. Eight-panel brochure, 3.5x8.25 inches, very good; form letter introducing the brochure laid in. Lists the "ten pillars," which were put on display at the NY World's Fair in 1964, and introduces the Foundation. More
To bigotry no sanction. A documented analysis of propaganda against...
Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Anti-Defamation Council and The American Jewish Committee, 1940. Paperback. 93p., slender paperback, minor handling and toning, second printing. More
To the few who desire freedom
Detroit: Responsible Enterprise Association Organizers of the Order of Patrick Henry, . Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, very good. Year of receipt penciled on rear panel (1949). OCLC has one listing attributed to 1952 at the University of Kansas. The Responsible Enterprise Association argued against the germ theory of disease, and believed..... More
Total mongrelization [handbill]
n.p. . Handbill. 8.5x11 inch handbill, horizontally creased from folding to fit into an envelope. Pencil note at right states that it was received from the Association of Citizens Councils in Greenwood, Mississippi, in 1956. Appears to be modified from a similar leaflet put out by Frank Britton. Blasts the..... More
Towards a New US-Cuba Policy
Miami, FL: Cuban American National Foundation, 1988. 32p., 6x9 inches, introduction, executive summary, conclusions, backlist, very good booklet in stapled blue wraps. Cuban American National Foundation series #24. More
The truth about the Federal Council of Churches
New York: Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1950. 31p., 5.5x8.25 inches, rear wrap lightly soiled and stained else very good in stapled wraps. Defense of the organization against conservative charges that it was pro-socialist, etc. More
Washington DC: National Defense Committee, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, [1961-?]. Pamphlet. xiv, 98p., staplebound booklet, very good. An attack on NATO from the right. Undated, but refers to events in 1961. More
U before V [gummed sticker]
Atlanta: [Ku Klux Klan], [194-]. Sticker. 3.5x3.75 inch gummed label, fine condition, unused. Intended for public posting. The letters stand for Unity before Victory. Media reports from soon after the outbreak of WWII suggest that the appearance of these stickers in public places caused confusion, but the PO Box address..... More
U.S. Senate Candidate? The Bizarre Record of Jack Metcalf
Olympia, WA: Committee to Get Out the Facts About Metcalf, . Pamphlet. Eight panel brochure, 4x9 inches, very good condition. Against the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, arguing that he is an extremist. Metcalf, then a state senator, lost the election but continued to run for various national offices until..... More
Undermining Our Republic: Do you know what the children are...
New York: Guardians of American Education, inc., 1941. Pamphlet. 43p., staplebound pamphlet, 6x9.25 inches, very good condition. On supposed Communist influence in education, with an emphasis on textbooks written by Professor Harold Rugg. More
The United Nations was created by communists, is controlled by...
n.p. [196-]. Eight-panel brochure, date of 1967 penned on rear panel, otherwise very good. There is a space for a distributing organization's address to be rubberstamped, but on this example it is blank. OCLC lists an example distributed by the Committee of the States in Alabama. More
Values: Tribune for the Jewish right. A bi-lingual journal dedicated...
Los Angeles: Values, 1970. Magazine. 72p., of which 11 are in Yiddish; staplebound journal, part of rear cover clipped out (apparently to remove address label), with minor loss of text; some ink smudges to front cover. Includes a piece by Rabbi Ben Shalom rejecting James Forman's call for monetary reparations..... More
The Victory Packet: Includes excerpts from "No substitute for victory"...
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..... More
The Vigilante: Vol. 1 No. 4, September 16, 1933
Chicago: n.pub. 1933. 4p., wraps, 9.25x11.25 inches, minor handling wear else very good condition. Includes a list of 356 alleged Communist/Socialist/atheist groups, a report on an alleged communist Hungarian professor & a plot for an armed uprising lead by Communist 'gun-men' of Wisconsin farmer. More
The Vigilante: Vol. 1 No. 4, September 16, 1933
Chicago: n.pub. 1933. 4p., wraps, 9.25x11.25 inches, edgeworn, marker notation on front wrap else very good condition. Includes a list of 356 alleged Communist/Socialist/atheist groups, a report on an alleged communist Hungarian professor & a plot for an armed uprising lead by Communist 'gun-men' of Wisconsin farmer. More
Visit the USSR this year and see... [Russian fascist parody...
Putnam, CT: Russian National Revolutionary Party, [1938-?]. Pamphlet. Six-panel brochure imitating a travel promotion, very good. Opens to reveal anti-Communist blurbs about children being shot for disrespecting Stalin, etc. Undated, but we have seen a similar brochure that was distributed by the World Service (a Nazi propaganda bureau) of Erfurt..... More
Walter Winchell, Jew traitor? [leaflet]
St. Louis, MO: Patriotic Tract Society, . Pamphlet. 3.75x5 inch leaflet, year of receipt (1948) penciled at bottom of rear panel, otherwise very good. Quotes an alleged statement made over the radio by Winchell, in which he said that the US had squandered its reputation by breaking its word at..... More
“The way out is forward.” An appeal to the honest...
Louisville, KY: The Caucasian, 1935. Handbill. 8.5x11 inch handbill mimeographed both sides; folded, top edge torn with two missing pieces, removing most of “The” from the title; although ugly, there is no other text loss. Typed reply card with organizational address pasted to edge of verso (can be lifted to..... More
We accuse McCarthyism. Introduction by Joseph Burcholt, illustrations by F.S....
New York: Labor Youth League, 1954. Pamphlet. 48p., staplebound pamphlet, 6x9 inches, very good. More
What Kind of a Country Are You Leaving Me?
Philadelphia: Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System, Inc., [1952-1953]. Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, 3.75x7.75 inches, date penned on rear wrap else very good condition. Argument for free enterprise presented through a child's questions to adults, such as "When I am a man, do you think I want the government to take..... More
What YOU can do to fight COMMUNISM and preserve America...
Washington DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation, n.d. 8.5x11 inch leaflet, apparently designed for posting; evenly toned. Each letter of "America" begins a sentence, such as "Alert yourself - learn the true nature and tactics of communism." More
What's behind Race Riots?
New Orleans: The Independent American, 1966. Eight-panel leaflet, very good. Tax Fax No. 76. Alleges a communist conspiracy to inflame racial tension. More
What's past is prologue; a commemorative evening to the Foundation...
New York: The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc., 1968. Pamphlet. 62p., 5.5x8.25 inch wraps; touch of rust on staples, else in very good condition. More
What's Wrong with the Birch Society?
Whittier, CA: Postal Litho Printing Co., [c1963]. Pamphlet. Eight-panel brochure, 5.5x8.5 inches, rubberstamp of the American Opinion Library (the John Birch Society's publishing branch) on rear wrap, else very good condition. "The following appeared as an editorial in the Oceanside-Carlsbad (Calif.) Banner. It was later rerun as a display advertisement..... More
Danger! Warning! Pro-Stalin politicians and alien-minded traitors in cooperation with...
Read full description