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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Canton, OH: Life Enrichment Publishers, 1982. Paperback. 205p., wraps, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, illus., a few small stains on rear wrap else very good condition. Signed and inscribed by Akin on the title page. "The Soviet Union has conquered the United States! Lieutenant Ivanov's mission: Stamp out all religion!"-cover blurb.....
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.
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.....
Pullman, WA: Washington State University press, 1988. 64p., staplebound magazine format journal, 8x10 inches, illus., wraps worn else very good condition with subscription form laid in. Includes a substantial section on The Black Family, as well as articles on black nationalism, African American painters, black conservatism, and more.
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.....