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: Oxford University Press, 1990. ix, 363p., illus., previous owners bookplate and shelf numbers on endpapers, dj.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. Hardcover. 292p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj.
Beverly Hills: the committee, 1950. [Leaflet] single leaf of semi-coated offwhite paperstock printed in green ink with vignette photoportrait of Cowell, verso quotes a Hollywood Citizen-News article at length, about 500 words total. Paperstock toned and begun to be fragile, showing a short tear along an original foldline and a....
Chicago: The Regan Press, 1914. 144p., newsprint paperstock, first edition staplebound 7x4.8 inch textblock in printed terracotta wraps; paper is very toned and on the verge of fragile, a small puncture to cover penetrates a dozen adjacent leaves, an unhandled unmarked copy: very good, despite puncture. Decorated with a linocut...
Washington DC: GPO, 1939. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, 9x11 inches. Edgewear at top of front cover, otherwise very good. Text from the Congressional Record of a speech by the senator from Misssissippi calling for African-American "repatriation" in order to prevent the "commingling of the blood streams" and the destruction of white civilization.
N.pl. n.pub. 1960. 78p., wraps, very good condition, later printing. First published by the Christian Anti-Communism Crusade. Tell-all by former Communist; includes photo of the author as CP rabble-rouser Helen DeMark addressing crowd in 1933, and a later photo of her conferring with Fred Schwarz.
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936. 47p., wraps. *Seidman B239.
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935. Pamphlet. 32p., wraps slightly worn with minor browning, 5x7.25 inches. *Seidman B229.
Birmingham, AL: Patriot Press, . Newspaper. 11p. folded tabloid, illus., bookstock wraps, evenly toned newsprint, very good. Issue includes photos of Grand Wizard Don Black's release from prison, articles on Subway Vigilante John Goetz, skinhead Ian Stuart of Skrewdriver, the death of Robert Mathews of the Order, and a history...
N. pl. Doubleday, Page & Company for Review of Reviews Company, 1916. xvii, 266p., cover slightly worn, first published in 1914. "Along with some commonsensical remarks based on experience, the books notable for the mishmash of phrenological nonsense which provides the 'scientific' theoretical framework for selecting and assigning employees. Racist...
N. pl. Doubleday, Page & Company for Review of Reviews Company, 1915. xvii, 266p., dj slightly worn with minor chipping. First published in 1914. "Along with some commonsensical remarks based on experience, the books notable for the mishmash of phrenological nonsense which provides the 'scientific' theoretical framework for selecting and...
Five Points, AL: Jim Blair, [198-]. Standard business card, red and black text, KKK emblem at right. Very good.
Waco, TX: Freedom of Choice, [1955?]. Pamphlet. 112p., wraps slightly foxed else very good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches. Third printing, expanded. European American opponent of civil rights. based in Laguna Beach, California, with a short section on "mongrelization"
New York: American League Against War and Fascism, 1937. 23p., wraps a bit soiled.
New York: American League Against War and Fascism, 1937. Pamphlet. 23p., worn wraps soiled with previous owners name near top front cover, minor internal soiling.
St. Louis, Mo. B. Herder, [190-?]. 32p., lightly abraded wraps, ex library, old clear tape along inner gutter, 3.5x6.5 inches. Catholic attack on socialism.
New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1970. Hardcover. x, 238p., shelfworn dj. Dj subtitle: "A critical look at the Kerner Report." Boehme, editor of THE LIBERTARIAN, criticizes the report for its 'statism,' and would solve the racial question in the US by rejecting "the collectivist premises on which racism rests." - p. 52.
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2012. Paperback. iv+197p., pictorial wraps, 6x9 inches, New. From the back cover: "...a study of ten leading twentieth-century artists - including pioneering modernists - who were sympathetic with Fascism and/or National Socialism: D.H. Lawrence, H.P. Lovecraft, Gabriele D'Annunzio, Filippo Marinetti, W.B. Yeats, Knut Hamsun, Ezra Pound.....
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina, 1980. xv, 237p., dj.
New Rochelle, NY: America's Future, 1961. 19p., wraps, slightly browned. *Seidman B366.
New York: Twin Circle Publishing Company, Inc., 1967. Paperback. iii, 154p., cover is quite edgeworn, with some mild foxing and faint external soil, some ink underlining within. Twin Circles Publishers were decidedly right-wing and may have been an intelligence outlet. Anticommunist version, Lumumba given a neutral portrayal. Bouscaron was at...
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2014. Paperback. v+231p., pictorial wraps, 6x9 inches, New. From the back cover: Through wide-ranging discussion of such figures as Aeschylus, Shakespeare, and Nietzsche - as well as Marxism, the New Left, the Holocaust, filmmaker Hans-Jurgen Syberberg, and novelist Bill Hopkins - Bowden explores the necessary conditions...
Rochester, WA: Sovereign Press, 1993. Paperback. 61p., very good first edition trade paperback in slim black wraps. 30,000 years of attack on sexual beings.
Cascade, CO: Sardis Press, 1994. Hardcover. 291p., very good first edition in buckram cloth and unclipped dj. The evangelical writer supported the anti-gay rights initiative.
Washington: The People's Lobby, 1936. [11p.], wraps. Pro-New Deal, opposed to the Liberty League.