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: 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.
Athens, GA: Foundation for Human Understanding, 1993. 132p., corners bumped, otherwise very good hardcover in dj; third edition. Author's reference section cites no fewer than ten Arthur Jensen titles; more surprisingly, and three V.S. Naipaul novels.
Los Angeles: Twin (T)(C) Circle, 1968. Hardcover. 248p., illustrated with charts and geometric graphics, hardbound first edition in black cloth lettered white and a dust jacket. Casing is fine; jacket is slightly rubbed; paperstock is uniformly toned throughout; publisher-label (affixed to rear paste-down) is cancelled in ink, the new address...
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.....
Flesherton, Ontario: The Canadian League of Rights, 1981. 63p., very good in wraps.
New Rochelle: Arlington House, Publishers, 1975. 280p., first edition boards in dj, jacket is edgeworn and soiled, with verso tape repairs.
New Rochelle: Arlington House Publishers, 1974. 448p., second printing, very good hardcover in slightly shelfworn dj. Attack on the AFL-CIO for their support of the Democrats.
University Park PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998. Paperback. viii, 232p., softbound in glossy 9x6 inch wraps, inscribed and signed by Cahn on the half-title. Very nice copy.
La Crescenta CA: Top-Ecol Press, Spring 1974. Paperback. 301p., cartoon illustrations, softbound first edition in 8.5x5 inch wraps; item is faintly dished but quite sound and clean, without ownership or other marks. A very good copy.
Sacramento: Senate of the State of California, 1967. Paperback. 209p., very good first edition trade paperback in wraps. Primarily concerned with the Delano grape strike, our tireless Senators also looked into the Spring Mobilization Against the War in Vietnam.
Sacramento: The Senate, 1948. Paperback. 448p., worn wraps, previous owner's name. On Communist 'front' organizations.
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...
Sacramento: The Senate, 1948. Paperback. 448p., paperback in red wraps. On Communist 'front' organizations.
Sacramento: The Senate, 1948. 448p., original bright orange cloth binding with only minor wear at the foot of the spine. On Communist 'front' organizations.
Sacramento: Senate of the State of California, 1963. 222p., wraps, very good condition. Covers the John Birch Society, Communist Party, Constitutional Liberties Information Center, Front groups, The Black Muslims, etc.
Sacramento: 1965. 195p., wraps, lightly shelfworn. Emphasis on unrest at UC Berkeley with side trips to the San Francisco State University strike, Communist Youth organizations, the PLP, the John Birch Society and other far right organizations and activities, and that awful National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee...
Sacramento: 1965. 195p., paperback, ownership inscription on front endpaper, otherwise very good. Emphasis on unrest at UC Berkeley with side trips to the San Francisco State University strike, Communist Youth organizations, the PLP, the John Birch Society and other far right organizations and activities, and that awful National Committee to...
Sacramento: The Senate, 1943. 236p., spine a bit worn. The first report in what became a long series. Sections on the Communist Party, the King, Conner Ramsay Case, the Sinarquistas and 'Zoot-Suit' crimes, Nazi activities, Japanese and even Mankind United.
Melbourne: Ocean Press, 2000. 183p., trade-size softbound in glossy printed wraps. Clean and sound, a fine copy. On Cuban counterrevolutionary exile organizations in the US and Europe; "Featured are remarkably frank interviews with some of the main personalities of the Cuban exile movement, such as 'Pepe' Hernandez and Ninoska Perez..Jose...
Boston: Chapman and Grimes, 1952. 159p., very good hardcover.
Ashland, OR: the author, 1992. 77p., staplebound wraps, first edition. Occasional pencil marginalia.
New York: National Education Department, Socialist Workers Party, [1975?]. Pamphlet. 55p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, very good condition. Education for socialists.
New York: National Education Department, Socialist Workers Party, [1975?]. Pamphlet. 55p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, pen note on front wrap else very good condition. Education for socialists.
Zaraphath, NJ: The Herald of Freedom and Metropolitan Review, 1971. 4p, 8.5x11 offset-printed newsletter, tanned at edges w/ small closed tear, else very good. Published "every other Friday." Capell is better-known as the author of "Henry Kissinger, Soviet Agent," and Kennedy accusation "The Strange Death of Marilyn Monroe." This issue...