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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Cedar Rapids, IA: The Torch Press, 1938. 351p., first edition, signed by Bready on title page; ownership signature on f.e.p. with additional inscription inside front board: "Written by our Methodist minister," dj chipped along the edges with tear across entire length of back panel; now in mylar cover. Anti-Communist novel.....
Inglewood, CA: American Nationalist, [195-?]. One page broadside printed with red textual highlights, 8.5x 14 inches, mildly fold-creased (for enclosure in mailing). Plea for funds to defeat the pending Civil Rights bill, backed by the NAACP and the ""Jewish owned" New York Times, with the funds being sent to Britton.....
Los Angeles: California Anti-Communist League, [195-]. Pamphlet. 96p., wraps, illus., very good in wraps. Undated, but refers to Ana Pauker (died 1960) as "the Red dictator of Romania." Publisher not cited in the booklet itself, but an order form laid in gives contact address. Finds Jews behind everything bad (esp.....
Inglewood, CA: American Nationalist, n.d. 2.75x5.25 inch card on thin stock, with photo of two smiling white women posing with Louis Armstrong as he cuts a cake. Urges the reader to boycott any alien-controlled (ie, Jewish) media outlets that promote "obscene racial propaganda" such as programs in which "Negroes are.....
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.