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!
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...
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.
La Paz, Bolivia: n.pub. 1966. 28p., very good in wraps; rubberstamp on title page indicating this copy was distributed by the government. Barrientes, who came to power in a CIA-backed coup, tried to undermine the popularity of Che Guevara's movement among workers by co-opting unions. "Con los obreros, sí; con.....
Albuquerque, NM: Inter-Hemispheric Education Research Center, 1986. Paperback. 66p., 8.5x11 inches, spiralbound wraps, second printing. Describes the use of tax exempt organizations, networking with partisan policymakers, to support rightist causes, particularly in Latin America. Sections on the Coors family, Council for National Policy, J. Peter Grace, etc. Biographies of various...
New York: [National Federation of Sales Executives-?], n.d. 5p., stapled wraps, 6.25x8.25 inches, lightly worn. Not found in OCLC as of August 2017. Argues that 4,000 school systems in the US are "contaminated" by unpatriotic teachers, but advertises the Democracy Readers published by Macmillan as an antidote. "Macmillan proves to...
Arlington, VA: Columbia Publishing Company, 1967. 91p., ads, third printing of this staplebound booklet first issued in 1965 with slightly shorter pagination, mild handling soil. Fresh from the nonpartisan insights of his "Guns of the Regressive Right," a shrewd JFK assassination scenario, Beale relapses into fretful anticommunism.