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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Washington DC: the Newsletter, 1971. 4p., 8.5x11 inch brochure format, address label on the rear cover (addressee is Jozef Mlot-Mroz, the Massachusetts-based anti-Semitic pamphleteer). Toned around edges with minor wear. Newsletter from the senator, a member of the more conservative wing of the GOP.
Eureka Springs, AR: Christian Research, 1996. 20p., staplebound wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches. Reprint of 1965 tract, with introductions from later editions included. Argument against zoning laws, suggesting in one section that free enterprise is more beautiful than nature; published by a Christian Identity group.
New York: Workers Party, 1940. 5, 3p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled at left, pencil marginalia. Consists of Burnham's letter of resignation from the Workers Party, and the Party's Political Committee respomnding to the resignation. It was only one year later that Burnham published The Managerial Revolution, setting him on...
New York: Workers Party of U.S., 1935. 47p., soiled wraps bumped with one inch closed cut at spine, previous owner's name top of first page *Seidman W127. Anti-war polemic published by the main Trotskyist group. Later Burnham was a co-founder with William F. Buckley of the National Review.
Los Angeles: author/editor, 1968. 48p., eyecatching color and b&w graphics and typography in wannabe 60's manner, huge boring poster bound in, glossy coated paperstock throughout, staplebound 11x11inch magazine. Laid in, two items: an INCA promotional leaf dated 1994 signed by Butler in inkpen, and a corner-stapled fascicle of 8p. closely-printed.....
Sacramento: The Senate, 1951. Paperback. 427p., worn wraps else very good condition. The usual attack on California Communist Party, sections on Labor Youth League, alleged infiltration of the United of California, indoctrination of students, Party purges in California, atomic espionage, alleged Communist front groups, etc.
Sacramento: Senate of the State of California, 1963. 222p., wraps, lightly worn with ownership address on title page. Mostly devoted to Communists and their real or alleged fronts; also includes a substantial section on the John Birch Society (which Robert Welch himself had demanded, in order to get a government...