Finding aid for the Right-wing political pamphlets collection 6049

Gloria Pugliese, Sue Luftschein, Nick Moscicki
USC Libraries Special Collections
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California 90089-0189

Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: USC Libraries Special Collections
Title: Right-wing political pamphlets collection
creator: American Nazi Party
creator: American Security Council
creator: American Volunteer Groups (Harbor City, Calif.)
creator: America's Future (Organization)
creator: American Economic Foundation
creator: Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations
creator: California Free Enterprise Association
creator: Christian Crusade
creator: Christian Nationalist Crusade
creator: Cinema Educational Guild
creator: Citizens' Councils of America
creator: Edmondson, Robert Edward
creator: Fox, Charles
creator: Koch, Edward A.
creator: Ku Klux Klan (1915- )
creator: Minutemen (Organization)
creator: National Socialist White People's Party
creator: Rockwell, George Lincoln
creator: Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State
creator: Smoot, Dan
creator: Sons of Liberty (Hollywood, Calif.)
creator: United Community Churches of America
creator: U.S.ENGLISH (Organization)
creator: White Aryan Resistance
creator: Women of the Ku Klux Klan
Identifier/Call Number: 6049
Physical Description: 13 Linear Feet 13 boxes
Date (inclusive): 1917-1983
Abstract: A collection of pamphlets, brochures, flyers, magazines, and printed ephemera discussing various right-wing political topics, including anti-communist activities, the American Nazi Party and white supremacy, anti-semitism, racism, conservative economic policies, and religion. Also includes a few left wing publications.
Container: 4-6
Container: 7-9
Container: 10-12
Container: 13-14

Scope and Content

A collection of pamphlets, brochures, flyers, magazines, and printed ephemera discussing various right-wing political topics, including anti-communist activities, the American Nazi Party and white supremacy, anti-semitism, racism, conservative economic policies, and religion. Also includes a few left wing publications.

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Right-wing political pamphlets collection, Collection no. 6049, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California


The bulk of this collection was transferred to Special Collections from the Von KleinSmid Center Library for International and Public Affairs. The W.A.R. flyers were purchased from The Bookshop, April 21, 2014.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Antisemitism -- United States -- 20th century -- Archival resources
California -- History -- 20th century -- Archival resources
Conservatism -- United States -- 20th century -- Archival resources
Neo-Nazism -- California -- 20th century -- Archival resources
Propaganda, Anti-communist -- Archival resources
Racism -- United States -- 20th century -- Archival resources
Religious institutions -- United States -- 20th century -- Archival resources
United States -- Economic conditions -- 20th century -- Archival resources
Fliers (printed matter)
American Nazi Party
American Security Council
American Volunteer Groups (Harbor City, Calif.)
America's Future (Organization)
American Economic Foundation
Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations
California Free Enterprise Association
Christian Crusade
Christian Nationalist Crusade
Cinema Educational Guild
Citizens' Councils of America
Edmondson, Robert Edward
Fox, Charles
Koch, Edward A.
Ku Klux Klan (1915- )
Minutemen (Organization)
National Socialist White People's Party
Rockwell, George Lincoln
Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Smoot, Dan
Sons of Liberty (Hollywood, Calif.)
United Community Churches of America
U.S.ENGLISH (Organization)
White Aryan Resistance
Women of the Ku Klux Klan
American Economic Foundation -- Archives
American Nazi Party -- Archives
American Security Council -- Archives
American Volunteer Groups (Harbor City, Calif.) -- Archives
America's Future (Organization) -- Archives
Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations -- Archives
California Free Enterprise Association -- Archives
Christian Crusade -- Archives
Christian Nationalist Crusade -- Archives
Cinema Educational Guild -- Archives
Citizens' Councils of America -- Archives
Edmondson, Robert Edward -- Archives
Fox, Charles -- Archives
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris) -- Archives
Koch, Edward A. -- Archives
Ku Klux Klan (1915- ) -- Archives
Minutemen (Organization) -- Archives
National Socialist White People's Party -- Archives
Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State -- Archives
Rockwell, George Lincoln -- Archives
Smoot, Dan -- Archives
Sons of Liberty (Hollywood, Calif.) -- Archives
United Community Churches of America -- Archives
U.S.ENGLISH (Organization) -- Archives
White Aryan Resistance -- Archives
Women of the Ku Klux Klan -- Archives

Box 10, Folder 2

"20th Century Reformation Hour"

Box 3, Folder 34

"ABN Correspondence." Bulletin of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations. Vol. 17. No. 3. Published by the Press Bureau of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations 1966 May-June

Box 1, Folder 1

"Action Magazine." Published by the Sons of Liberty 1967

Scope and Content

Issue No. 16. 1966 October-November
Liberate Jew. Issues 19 and 20. 1967 April-May
Wallace in '68. Issues 17 and 18. 1967 December-March.
Box 12, Folder 5

Miscellaneous African American Rights Pamphlets

Box 5, Folder 9

"Alert" Newspaper

Box 3

Alternatives Magazine. Published by the Students of the Independent Left of the University of California, San Diego. Vol. 1. No. 2 1966

Box 2, Folder 1

"American Bulletin: The White Man's Viewpoint" 1935

Historical note

"American Bulletin: The White Man's Viewpoint," variously titled "Curtiss' Weekly American Bulletin," was an anti-Jewish weekly newsletter published in New York by Henry Curtiss (born John Gaede) in the 1930s. The paper claimed to be the only National Socialist paper in the United States. Its first issue appeared in April 1935.

Scope and Content

No. 23 1935 September 11
No. 30 1936 November 3
No. 35 1935 December 3
No. 37 1935 December 17
No. 38 1935 December 31
No. 49 1936 March 17
Box 5, Folder 2

American Challenge Pamphlet

Box 5, Folder 4

American Christian Freedom Society

Box 3, Folder 1

American Economic Foundation. Pamphlets 1960

Historical note

Organized by Fred G. Clark in Cleveland, Ohio in 1939, the American Economic Foundation's goal was to promote the libertarian ideals of a free market and limited government. Clark moved the foundation to New York City in the 1940s, where it continued its education program to improve economic literacy and to demonstrate the virtues of the capitalist system in the U.S. The foundation's economic primer, "How We Live," sold 3 million copies in the 1940s and 1950s, and was used in adult education courses and schools to teach the economics of the marketplace. The organization continued to have a presence into the 1990s, but by 2003 had ceased to exist. [Adapted from The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History,]

Scope and Content

"That Management can Administer Prices." The Things We 'Know' That Are Not So. Economic Fallacy No. 16. Published by American Economic Foundation. 1960
"That Management is 'Against Labor' ". The Things We 'Know' That Are Not So. Economic Fallacy No. 13. Published by American Economic Foundation. 1960
Box 5, Folder 5

American Education Lobby Newspaper

Box 5, Folder 1

American Flag Committee Newsletter

Box 5, Folder 8

America's Future Newspaper

Box 6, Folder 2

"America's Future" Pamphlets

Box 3, Folder 34

"American Jewish Year Book." Prepared by the American Jewish Committee. Vol. 59 1958

Box 3, Folder 34

"American Liberty Crusader." Vol 1. No. 7 1967 October


American Nazi Party

Historical note

The American Nazi Party (ANP) was an American political party founded by George Lincoln Rockwell and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. Rockwell initially called it the World Union of Free Enterprise National Socialists (WUFENS), but later renamed it the American Nazi Party in 1960 in order to attract more media attention. The party was based largely upon the ideals and policies of Adolf Hitler's National Socialist German Worker's Party in Germany during the Third Reich, but it also expressed allegiance to the Constitutional principles of the American Founding Fathers. It also espoused Holocaust denial. Rockwell began to experience some financial success with paid speaking engagements at universities where he was invited to express his controversial views as exercises in free speech. He subsequently recast the group as a legitimate political party by toning down the verbal and written attacks against non-whites, replacing the party rallying cry of "Sieg Heil!" with "White Power!", limiting public display of the swastika, and entering candidates in local elections. On January 1, 1967 Rockwell renamed the ANP to the National Socialist White People's Party (NSWPP), a move that alienated some hard-line members. Before he could fully implement party reforms, Rockwell was assassinated on August 25, 1967 by a disgruntled follower. [Adapted from Wikipedia,]
Box 2, Folder 7

American Nazi parties bulletins 1960-1974

Scope and Content

1. "Combat Report." Western States. American Nazi Party. 1972-1973; Combat Report. "Clear the Way for the Brownshirt Battalions!" No. 3. 1972 November -1973 January; Combat Report. "El Monte Herald." 1972 August - September.
2. "Wuns Bulletin." World Union of National Socialists. 1968-1973: No. 14. 1968; No. 19. 1970 January/February; No. 20. 1970 April; No. 21. 1970 May/June; No. 22. 1972 July/September; No. 23. 1973 Spring.
3. National Socialist Bulletin. American Nazi Party. 1960: Issue No. 3. 1960 September; Riot on the Mall. Issue No. 4. November.
4. "Raise the Banner!" Action Report of the Western Division of the American Nazi Party. 1974: "Raise the Banner!" Action Report of the Western Division of the American Nazi Party. National Socialist White Peoples Party Headquarters in Los Angeles; "Raise the Banner" The Western Report of the American Nazi Party. Vol. II. No. 1 1964 February; "Raise the Banner" Report of the Western Division of the American Nazi Party. Vol. 11. No. 2 1964 September; "Raise the Banner" Horst Wessel. Life and Death; "Raise the Banner!" Action Report. Jews goons attack our men from rear.
Box 2, Folder 11

American Nazi Party ephemera 1968-1972

Scope and Content

1. "Raise the Banner." Subscription Form.
2. "Fulfilling the Commander's Dream." Summer 1968.
3. Subscription to the National Socialist World.
4. Second Annual North American Congress of the World Union of National Socialists. 1970 September 5-7.
5. "Christian Brotherhood by The Patriot."
6. Behind Communism stands - the JEW!
7. Contribution receipts.
8. "...and no man spake openly of Him for fear of the JEWS. The most hated symbol."
9. "How Nazi Party Spurs Race Hate in Chicago."
10. Commander Matt Koehl in Los Angeles special meeting notice for March 11, 1972 YF-83.
11. 1972 Fall Building Campaign Contribution Form.
12. Contribution Form. "Don't Let'em Close Party Headquarters."
13. Symbol of White Power.
14. First Party Convention. California 1966.
15. Peace Creeps.
16. Boat Ticket to Africa.
17. GAS is for Communist Traitors.
18. History of the United States.
19. A True Mother's Poem: Our Loss to the Communist Jew.
20. A Note on Hitler.
21. Battyman.
22. The Big Lie Who Really Told it?
23. The War in Vietnam.
24. "For the Delegates - Democratic National Convention at Chicago - 1956." Destroyer of Civilization. A speech with minor modifications by Adolph Hitler.
25. We Want White Power.
26. Was Lincoln a Bigot?
27. I am an American Nazi.
28. Great Achievements of the Negro Race.
Box 2, Folder 12

American Nazi Party flyers and pamphlets undated

Scope and Content

1. American Real State is as Simple as A, B, C.
2. "A Man's Opinion is of No Greater Value than the Information On Which it is Based."
3. Wanna Read the Most Banned Book of Our Times?
4. Program of the World Union of Free Enterprise National Socialists.
5. Books from NS Publications.
6. Program of the World Union of National Socialists.
7. Anti-Busing Tour Commander Koehl's Report.
8. Student Anticommunist League. 1968 May 14.
9. Playboy Interview: George Lincoln Rockwell.
10. Keep the White Vigil Going.
11. Civilian Review Board.
12. Civil Liberties.
13. The Difference Between National Socialism and Communism.
14. White Youth Alliance. White Race Survival!
15. Trooper's Manual of the Facts, Doctrines and the Ideas of the American Nazi Party.
16. The Eagle's Eye. An Aquila Publication. Vol. I. No. 9. 1963 September.
17. Let's Put and End to Hate!
18. Let's Keep Glendale White.
19. Boating.
20. Freedom for Rudolf Hess.
21. Matt Koehl: A short Biographical Sketch of the National Leader.
22. "Negro equality! Fudge!!'
23. What is the National Socialist White People's Party?
24. What's Behind the Kosher Food Racket.
25. "White America Must Know the Danger Which is Upon it."
26. What Kind of Gutless creep are you, Whitey?
27. What We Stand for...Goals and Objectives of the National Socialist White People's Party.
28. Exposing the Haters.
29. So-called "War Crimes" Exposed!
30. Stop the Slaughter End Jewish aggression in the Middle East Now!
31. Adolf Hitler His Final Address to the German People and the Aryan World. Delivered from Berlin on January 30, 1945.
32. NS Publications. Revised August List.
33. NS Publications. Literature List.
34. The latest issue of White Power is Just Off the Press!
35. Special Rights for Black Savages?
36. Congress Accommodations.
37. The Revolutionary Decade Ahead Victory. Forward with National Socialism.
38. Integration is Jewish.
39. Jewish Blood--Money Paid for Kathy's Murder
40. Had Enough Pig?
41. Had Enough Whitey?
42. Head come de Reverend...
43. Race Mixing Stinks
44. Sensational Announcement. Nov. 4. Rally.
45. Uptight About School...or just about the Niggers?
46. Regulation ST Uniform
47. The American Nazzi Newsletter
48. Who's for the White Working Man?
49. Why Does the System Hate National Socialism?
50. Who is George Lincoln Rockwell.
51. Triumph of the Will.
52. Local Party Operations.
53. Operation Beachhead.
Box 2, Folder 13

American Nazi Party letterheads and forms undated

Scope and Content

1. Weekly Performance Sheet.
2. Activity Report.
3. Application for Membership.
4. National Socialist Irish Workers' Party.
5. American Nazi Party.
6. Nationalist Socialist White People's Party.
Box 2, Folder 10

Miscellaneous documents 1946-1972

Scope and Content

1. The Thunderbolt: The White Man's Viewpoint. "Nation Faces Time of Crisis." "The Case of Germany Versus Judea." 1946 April 18.
2. Christian Educational Association. Fight Communism with Common Sense. 1972.
3. "The Case of Germany versus Judea", Common Sense
4. Karl Rogers Allen Jr. Undated
5. "The Aryan Religion." Aryan Publishing Society, Race and Religion Series. Undated.
6. Interview with Joe Tommasi, Lieutenant within the National Socialist White People's Party.
7. Forbes, Ralph. "Last Week, America Was Murdered!"
Box 2, Folder 14

American Nazi parties newsletters 1960-1973

Scope and Content

1. A Special Message from the Commander. 1973 July 23.
2. Newsletter. 1968 January.
3. Nazi Victory.
4. Newsletter. 1971 April 26.
5. Intra-Party Confidencial Newsletter. Vol. 1. No. 15. 1963 July 7.
6. Intra-Party Confidencial Newsletter. Vol. 1. No. 9. 1963 May 22.
7. World Union of Free Enterprise National Socialists. 1960 June 1.
8. 1972 Fall Building Campaign.
9. Leadership Training Course.
10. News From the National Socialist White Peoples Party. 1971 September 6.
11. Confidential Report to Caliofornia National Socialists.
12. National Socialist World. 1967 Spring. No. 3
13. "Report On N.S.R.P. Progress." Personal News Letters. National States Rights Party. National Socialist White People's Party. 1974 May.
14. "Victory Over the Genocide Treaty." Personal News Letter. 1974 February.
Box 2, Folder 15

American Nazi parties newspaper clippings 1967-1974

Scope and Content

1. Police Clerk Defends Nazi Membership. Los Angeles Times. 1974 April 28.
2. Nazi Neighbors are Discussed.
3. Court Ban Sets Stage for Hate Message Test. Nazi Party Telephone Yanked Out After Tape Calls for Race War. By Lee Dye. 1969 March 23.
4. Hate. Los Angeles Times. 1969 March 23.
5. Colorado Pastor Demands Government Investigate Reds.
6. Local American Nazis claim Republicans paid them. 1972 November 3.
7. Local American Nazis paid.
8. Secret fund given to Nazis by Republicans. 1973 June 15.
9. A Look Inside Western U.S. Nazi Headquarters. 1970 June 28.
10. American Nazi Party - 'White Power' Tells All! 1968 December 1.
11. St. Louis Nazis: Rights of the Right. 1974 May.
12. An American Reich...? Spectrum West. August 1973.
13. The Embittered Middle Class. Spectrum West.
14. Zionism versus Bolshevism. A Struggle For the Soul of the Jewish People. By the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill.
15. The Last Word (We Hope) On George Lincoln Rockwell. By Fred C. Shapiro.
16. The Racialist. White Youth Alliance. 1971 February 1. Volume 2 No. 2.
17. The Racialist. White Youth Alliance. 1971 March. Volume 2 No. 3.
18. NS Publications.
19. Up Against the Wall - U.S. Nazis, Rightists Split! By Charles Creevey.
20. Racial Unity. Nazi Action. Official Publication of the American Nazi Party. Vol. 7. No. 2. 1968 March - April.
21. Action. Nazis Battle Reds! Jan- Feb. 1968.
22. Action. Red Treason Exposed! June- July. 1967.
23. Action. Whites Fight Back. September- October. 1967.
24. Action. Special Issue: The Nazi Viewpoint on Race and Nation.
25. White Men Organize White Guard...A Call to Arms From George Lincoln Rockwell.
26. The Horrible Truth About Dresden. History's Worst Massacre.
27. We Challenge The Jews!
Box 2, Folder 5

"Attack!" Official Newsletter of the American Nazi Party 1968-1971

Scope and Content

No. 5. 1968 July
No. 10. 1968 December
No. 11. 1969 January
No. 14. 1969 April
No. 23. 1970 January-No. 30. 1970 August
No. 32. 1970 October
No. 36. 1971 Spring-No. 38. 1971 Fall and 1972 January. Official Publication of the National Socialist American Workers' Party
Box 2, Folder 6

Bulletin. National Socialist White People's Party 1968-1973

Scope and Content

No. 16. 1968 April.
No. 20. 1968 June 15.
No. 30. 1968 November 15.
No. 33. 1969 January 1.
No. 35. 1969 February 1-No. 38. 1969 March 15.
No. 42. 1969 May 15.
No. 44. 1969 June 15.
No. 45. 1969 July 1.
No. 47. 1969 August 1.
No. 49. 1969 September 1.
No. 50. 1969 September 15.
No. 55. 1969 December 1-No. 58. 1970 January 15.
No. 62. 1970 March 15-No. 76. 1970 December 15.
No. 5. 1971 February 1.
(No Number). 1971 January 1.
No. 78. 1971 January 15-No. 102. 1972 January 15.
(No Number). 1972 January 15.
No. 103. 1972 February 1-No. 107. 1972 April 1.
No. 109. 1972 May 1-No. 116. 1972 August 15.
No. 118. 1972 September 15-No. 123. 1972 December 15.
No. 125. 1973 January 1-No. 127. 1973 February 1.
No. 129. 1973 March 1.
No. 131. 1973 April 1.
No. 132. 1973 April 15.
No. 136. 1973 June 15.
No. 137. 1973 July 1.
Box 3, Folder 34

"The Diary of Ann Fink". Published by the American Nazi Party 1963

Box 2, Folder 21

Pierce, William L. "Lincoln Rockwell: A National Socialist Life." Published by NS Publications. National Socialist White People's Party 1969

Box 2, Folder 22-23

Rockwell, George Lincoln. "The Rockwell Report." Official Publication of the American Nazi Party 1962-1967

Scope and Content

1. How Can Jew - And Nigger - Loving Liberals Be So Stupid?
2. Sensational Historic Announcement!!. Volume 2. No 2. 1962 November 1.
3. An Interview with Adolf Hitler. Volume 2. No 6. 1963 January 15.
4. Letter from Israel. Volume 2. No 7. 1963 February 1.
5. 24 Hours with George Lincoln Rockwell. Volume 2. No 11. 1963 March 15.
6. Animal Instinct and Society. No. 14. 1963 May 1.
7. The Jew Fraud of Democracy. Volume. 2. No. 17. 1963 June 15.
8. Smash The Nigger Revolution Now! Volume 2. No 18. 1963 July 1.
9. Major Milestone Passed. Volume 2. No 19. 1963 July 15.
10. Is Martin Luther King a Communist? The Schoking Record. Volume 2. No 20. 1963 August 1.
11. World Race War. Volume 2. No 21. 1963 August 15.
12. Extra The Bloody Shirt Act of Birmingham. Volume 2. No 24. 1963 October 1.
13. A Nazi Anti-Communist Combat Operation!! You are There. Volume 3. No 1. 1963 October 15.
14. A Potpourri of "Hate". Volume 3. No 2. 1963 November 1.
15. It Must Never Happen Again. Next? 1963 December 15 - 1964 January 1.
16. Proof: Our Founding Fathers were "Facists." Volume 3. No. 8. 1964 February 1.
17. "New Look" In Rockwell Report. Volume 3. No. 9. 1964 February 15.
18. Why They Hate Hoffa. Volume 3. No. 11. 1964 March 15.
19. Race War Closer. Volume 3. No. 12. 1964 April 1.
20. White Unity Possible at Last. Volume. 3. No. 13 1964 April 15-May 1.
21. The Truth About Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur. Volume 3. No. 14. 1964 May 15.
22. "Flying Saucer" Report. Volume 3. No. 16. 1964 June 1.
23. You Can Put Lyndon Johnson In Jail! Volume 3. No. 17. 1964 June 15.
24. What The Goldwater Nomination Will Mean. Volume 3. No. 18-19. 1964 July 15.
25. The Poisoned Goldwater-Hole. 1964 September.
26. Nazi "Bomb" at Republican HQ. 1964 October.
27. Anatomy of White Surrender In Selma, Alabama. 1965 January.
28. The Black Plague. 1965 February.
29. Rockwell for Governor Virginia Campaign Opens! 1965 March.
30. The Real Story: Left vs. Right. 1965 May.
31. "The Real Situation" In the Dominican Republic. 1965 June.
32. Why "Conservatives " Can Never Win! 1965 July.
33. Victory in Virginia In Sight!! 1965 August.
34. Election Analysis. 1965 Oct-Nov.
35. A Time to Hate the Nature of the Enemy. 1966 April.
36. The Jew Who Runs the Right. 1966 June.
37. The Craziest Battle in History. 1966 July-August.
38. The Real Nature of White Backlash. 1966 Nov.-Dec.
39. White Masses Ready for Action. 1967 Jan.
40. White Self-Hate Master-Stroke of the Enemy. 1967 Feb-March.
41. New Party Phase: Attack! 1967 April.
42. Anatomy of a Legal Lynching. 1967 June.
43. Assassin Misses Commander. 1967 July.
Box 2, Folder 25

"White Power." The Newspaper of White Revolution 1967-1974

Scope and Content

1. Blacks Declare War On Whites! Vol 7. No. 1. 1967 September 1.
2. Commander Martyred. Vol 7. No. 1. 1967 October 1.
3. Nazis Smash Peace Creeps. Vol 7. No. 3. 1967 November.
4. Whites Left Out Of 'War On Poverty.' Vol. 7. No. 5
5. Fortas Record Exposed. Vol. 7. No. 6.
6. Burns - Kissinger - Nixon Regime. Vol. 7. No. 7.
7. Government Orders Hiring of Blacks. Vol 7. No. 8. 1969 June-July.
8. Nixon Orders More School Mixing. No. 9. 1969 August-September.
9. U.S. Unemployment Jumps. No. 10. 1969 November-December.
10. Spiro Raps TV, Spares Jew Bosses. No. 11. 1970 January-February.
11. School Mix Crisis Worsens. No. 12. 1970 March-April.
12. Black Atrocities Mount. No. 13. 1970 May-June.
13. Israel Gets U.S. Arms. No. 14. 1971 January-February.
14. Stop Black Welfare Now! No. 15. 1971 March-April.
15. Nixon's the One! No. 16. 1971 May.
16. Armed Forces Crumble. No. 17. 1971 June.
17. Jew Smurt Arrests Point Up Dire Menace. No. 18. 1971 July.
18. Jews, Traders Hail Nixon Visit to Red China. No. 19. 1971 August.
19. 'Blacks Back To Africa!' No. 21. 1971 October-November.
20. Ship Those Niggers Back! No. 23. 1972 January.
21. Busing is Genocide. No. 24. 1972 February.
22. After Busing? No. 25. 1972 March.
23. 'Smash Busing!' No. 26. 1972 April.
24. Kill Black Pigs! No. 27. 1972 May.
25. Jew-Led Apes Wreck Schools. No. 28. 1972 June.
26. Traitor Dick! No. 29. 1972 July.
27. Blacks 'Close' Job: Whites Reopen It!. No. 30. 1972 August.
28. Jew Election! 1972 September. No. 31. 1972 September.
29. Triumph of the Will In Miami and D.C.! No. 32. 1972 October.
30. 'Mau Mau' Kill 9 In Chicago! No. 33. 1972 November.
31. Prices Wild. No. 34. 1972 December.
32. U.S. Cities Face Open Race War. No. 36. 1973 February.
33. Kosher Conservatives Fizzle In Busing Fight. No. 37. 1973 March.
34. Food Sky High. No. 38. 1973 April.
35. Blacks Ruin Military. No. 39. 1973 May.
36. Fuel Crisis Growing. No. 41. 1973 July.
37. Boycott Kosher! No. 43. 1973 September.
38. We Need Oil Not Israel! No. 47. 1974 January.
39. 'Jobs, Not Jews' No. 48. 1974 February.

American Security Council

Historical note

The American Security Council Foundation (ASCF) was formed in 1958, and was originally known as the Institute for American Strategy. Its original goal was to ferret out Communists from the American business community.
Box 3, Folder 2

American Security Council 1970

Scope and Content

Documents and Pamphlets by the American Security Council (Institute for American Strategy)
1. "The Shifting Balance of Military Power." The Official Summary of the Supplemental Statement submitted by members of the president's blue ribbon defense panel. American Security Council.
2. "Operation Alert." American Security Council.
3. "Cooperation in Defending Freedom." American Security Council.
4. National Security Issues Poll. The American Security Council. 1970.
5. Operation Alert Seminar. Letter from John M. Fisher. Institute for American Strategy. 1971.
6. Letter from ambassador Elbridge Durbrow to Osthaus. (Pamphlet "...only the strong...") Institute for American Strategy. 1972.
7. Joint Study Commission on Meeting Revolutionary Challenges to America.
Box 3, Folder 14

"General Thomas S. Power's Design for Survival." Published by The American Security Council Press 1968

Box 11, Folder 10

The American Voice Newspaper

Box 2, Folder 3

American Volunteer Groups. Newsletters 1968-1969

Scope and Content

1968 October/November; 1969 January; 1969 April; 1969 May
Box 2, Folder 2

Americans United Council. "There are White Jews, Brown Jews and Black Jews..." 1963 December 17

Box 4, Folder 1

The American Eagle Newspaper

Box 4, Folder 2-4

Truth Seeker Newspaper

Box 4, Folder 5

U.S. News and World Report (1969)

Box 3, Folder 3

America's Future Inc. Pamphlets 1956-1970

Scope and Content

1. Textbooks Evaluation Reports. Published by America's Future.
2. "America's Future." A Weekly Review of News, Books and Public Affairs. Published by America's Future, Inc. Vol. 12. No. 28. 1970 July.
3. "The Hand in Your Pocket." By John T. Flynn. Published by America's Future, Inc. 1956.
4. "You Can Stop Communism." By Anthony T. Bouscaren. Published by America's Future, Inc. 1961.
5. "Social...But It is Security?" By Dillard Stokes. 1961.
Box 3, Folder 8

Anti-Communist Propaganda 1954-1973

Scope and Content

1. "It is Now Time to Protest Sucker!"
2. Rev. Paul Flad. "A Declaration of Dependence...On God." Answer to the Communist Challenge. Published by The Wanderer. 1961.
3. "45 Communist Aims Pushed By Front Publications." Published by Freedom Center.
4. General George Washington. "Put None but Americans on Guard."
5. "While America Sleeps." Published by Western Voice Publishers.
6. S.S. Pettengill. "Do You Know What Bolshevism Really Is?" Published by Committee for Constitutional Government, Inc. 1945.
7. "The King Can Do No Wrong But Watch Washington."
8. Jenkin Lloyd Jones. "Let the Eagle Scream." The Network of Patriotic Letterwriters.
9. "An Open Letter to American Protestant Clergymen on the Latest Policy Statement of the National Council of Churches." From the Clergymen's Committee on China.
10. Reverend Kennet W. Sollitt. "If I were the Devil..."
11. Meyers, Frank. "Western Destiny. The Spirit of the Age." 1965.
12. "Controversy in California." Vol 8. No. 5.
13. "The New Patriot." 1966 March. Vol. 8. No. 1.
14. "End of Little Magazines?" Washington Observer Newsletter. 1973.
15. "Mankinds Quest for Peace." A Second Look at the United Nations.
16. "50 Selected Titles On the Meaning of Money in History, Government, Politics, and the World Revolution."
17. Mullins, Eustace. "The Condemned Generation." Women's Voice. 1954.
18. "Women Arise the Time is Now!"
19. "A Business Look at Communism vs. Capitalism." An Address by Joe Crail.
20. "A Declaration of Dependence...Oh God" by Rev. Paul Flad. 1961.
21. "What Can I do to Combat Communism?"
22. "Anti-Communist Law" Heral Examiner. 1962.
23. "Spartacus". $12 Million Film Written by Communist.
24. "De Gaulle's Reasons for Backing Russia."
25. "The Nato Quandary." The Taxpayers Committee to End Foreign Aid. Vol. IX. No. 13. 1968.
26. Letter from Edgar N. Eisenhower (Magnuson Working for Soviet Trading) The Everett Herald. 1965.
27. "Californian's Committee to Combat Communism. 1962.
28. Action in Congress. "Project Phoenix Secret Report: Interdependence Between U.S. and U.S.S.R." Vol. 3. No. 8. Published by Factual Reports, Inc. 1964 February.
29. "An Open Letter to the President of the United States of America from a Constitutional Conservative." 1963
30. Hoover, J. Edgar. "Challenge - Not Compromise." From a Speech at the Seventh National Convention of Catholic Youth Organization, November 16, 1963. America's Future, Inc. 1963
31. "The 1976 Committee." 1976
32. Williams, Robert F. The Crusader. "USA: The Potential of a Minority Revolution." Vol. 5. No. 4. 1964 May-June.
33. The National Message and News Letter. 1947.
34. Winrod, Gerald B. "Communism and the Roosevelt Brain Trust." 1933.
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Anti-Jewish Documents 1934-1937

Scope and Content

1. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "Why I am "Anti-Jewish." Edmondson Economic Service. 1934.
2. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "How the Press is Subverted." Edmondson Economic Service. 1935.
3. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "Jewry Warned." Edmondson Economic Service. 1934.
4. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "The Chosen People Myth." Edmondson Economic Service. 1934.
5. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "Communist Party Outlawed." Edmondson Economic Service. 1935.
6. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "Richberg 'Reassurance'." Edmondson Economic Service. 1934.
7. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "A Self-Preservation Fight." Edmondson Economic Service. 1935.
8. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "Capitalist-System Jew-Perverted?." Edmondson Economic Service. 1935.
9. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "Minority War Danger." Edmondson Economic Service. 1935.
10. Edmondson, Robert Edward. "Jews Fight Americanization." Edmondson Economic Service. 1935.
11. "National Protective Order of Gentiles." 1937 March 11.
12. "Protestants! Wake Up!" New York Hayes-Love Public School Law. Undated.
13. "Royal Order of American Defenders Incorporated." Undated.
14. American Nationalist Party for Nation-Wide Distribution. "A Proclamation." 1935.
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Arizona Newsletter

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Articles on Survival and Mumford Act

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"Attack!" Newspaper

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The Ayn Rand Letter

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Barry Goldwater for President 1964-1965

Scope and Content

1. "Must Barry Goldwater Be Destroyed? By Frank Cullen Brophy. Published by Victor Publishing Company, Inc. 1964.
2. Why You Must Do it. Businessmen for Goldwater.
3. Who Represents the GOP Mainstream? Issued by Goldwater for President Committee. 1964.
4. Senator Goldwater Speaks Out on the Issues. Issued by Goldwater for President Committee. 1964.
5. Memorandum. Rockefeller for President Committee.
6. American Business is for Barry Goldwater. The Wall Street Journal. 1964 October 1.
7. Ten Reasons why We Should Select Goldwater for President.
8. Goldwater Your Choice for a Change.
9. Barry Goldwater. The Republican Opportunity to win in '64. Issued by Goldwater for President Committee.
10. "We Must Now Make a Choice in this Land." Citizens for Goldwater-Miller.
11. Consolidated Primary Election June 2. 1964. Republican Party.
12. Goldwater for President in 1964?
13. Much Hangs on Otepka Decision. By Barry Goldwater. 1965
14. Senator Barry Goldwater and his family.
15. Kennedy Slain On Dallas Street. Johnson becomes president. The Dallas Morning News. 1963 November 22.
16. Read Where Barry Goldwater Stands on the Issues. Issued by Women's Goldwater Committee.1964.
17. Issues - Candidates --Future? The Land of the Free-the Home of the Brave? The Freedom Press. 1964 October 19.
18. New Patrol. Voice of the Volunteer. Edited by B. G. Chynoweth. 1964 October 3.
19. Goldwater for President. 1964 November 6.
20.The Top of the News with Fulton Lewis, jr. Vol. 6. No. 31. 1964.
21. "LBJ Disappoints Business. Economic Message a Surprise." Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. 1964 January.
22. "Goldwater a Portrait in Words and Pictures." Human Events. 1964 January 25.
23. Your job is in the balance - Which man really gives you the best deal?
24. Statement of Principles. By Jack Feder.
25. Goldwater-Miller Freedom Special.
26. The Conscience of a Conservative. By Senator Barry Goldwater.
27. Barry Goldwater Hombres para Nuestra epoca. He Aqui A.
28. The Barry Goldwater. Record.
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Battle Line Newspaper

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Blessing Letters documents

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Blomgren, George Dewey. "Marching Millions with the God of the Godless." Published by Defender Publishers 1934

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"A Blue Book for Patriots." 1956 Edition. American Heritage Protective Committee 1956

Historical note

The American Heritage Protective Committee was an anti-Semitic organization headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. It was founded by Austin F. Hancock.
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The "Blu-Print" Newspaper

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Bridgeport Life Newspaper

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California Free Enterprise Association undated

Scope and Content

"More Jobs for More People." Published by California Free Enterprise Association.
"Tools for Prosperity." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 4.
"How to Get a Bigger Pay Increase Than You Ever Dreamed Of!" Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 5.
"Let's Suppose There Were No Production Jobs." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 6.
"So You Want Security." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 7.
"What Price Charity?" Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 8
"The Truth About Socialism." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 9
"The Economic Facts of Life." This War Could Lose! Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 10.
"The Economic Facts of Life." What is Economic Growth? Published by California Free Enterprise Association. Vol. 13. No. 11.
"The Economic Facts of Life." What Would You Call it? Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 11.
"The Fourty-Four Cent Dollar or Money (The House Built On Sand)." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 12.
"Big Business and Our American Way of Life." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 15.
"What is 'Free Enterpise?' " By Thurman Sensing, Southern States Industrial Council. No. 17.
"Everybody is Overtaxed!" (from "Life Lines"). Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 18.
"Worse than Waste." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 19.
"Do You Understand Economics?" By Fred G. Clark and Richard Stanton Rimanoczy. Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 20.
"How to Cut Spending" (from "Life Lines"). Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 21.
"What Will We Do About The Recession?" Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 22.
"Federal Aid Will Nationalize Schools." Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 23.
"Why is Government so Costly?" Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 24.
"Uncle Sam Sins Again" By George Peck. Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 25.
"What Taxes Do to Us" (from "Life Lines"). Published by California Free Enterprise Association. No. 26.

Historical note

The California Free Enterprise Association was founded by Walter Knott in 1960. It was an organization that championed the free market and was also anti-communist.
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California Independent Newspaper

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Charles B Hudson Bulletins

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Chicago Daily Tribune


Christian Crusade

Historical note

Christian Crusade was a ministry founded by Billy James Hargis (1925-2004) in 1950. Hargis, an American Christian evangelist associated with the Restoration Movement, promoted an anti-Communist, segregationist message as well as evangelization. At the height of his popularity in the 1950s and 60s, the ministry was broadcast on more than 500 radio stations and 250 television stations. [Adapted from Wikipedia,]
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Pamphlets undated

Scope and Content

1. Hargis, Billy James. Racial Strife and America's Future.
2. Hargis, Billy James. The New Morality.
3. Hargis, Billy James. The Ugly Truth About Drew Pearson.
4. Cvetic, Matt. Extremists.
5. Hargis, Billy James. Unmasking the Deceiver Martin Luther King, Jr.
6. Hargis, Billy James. The Communist Program to Subvert American Youth.
7. Hunter, Edward. A New American Gestapo?
8. Hargis, Billy James. This I Believe.
9. Douglas, William O. The Case Against Supreme Court Justice.
10. Hargis, Billy James. Threats to Christian Education.
11. Dr. W.O.H Garman, Pastor. Socialism is Not Christian.
12. Hargis, Billy James. Uncle Sam M.D.?
13. Hargis, Billy James. The Communist Program for the American Farmer.
15. Gitlow, Benjamin. "The Negro Question - Communist Civil War Policy."
16. Bales, James D. How to Sole...America's Negro Problem.
17. Utt, James B. Who are the Real Fright Peddlers?
18. A Call to Action to Every Real American.
19. Hargis, Billy James. Radicalism of the Left. Americans for Democratic Action.
20. Hargis, Billy James. Federal Aid. To/Or Control Education.
21. Hargis, Billy James. Changing America Law.
22. Hargis, Billy James. A look at the SNCC.
23. Hargis, Billy James. Six Men Against God.
24. Smith, Oswald J. Why I am Against Communism.
25. Hargis, Billy James. The Snake in Our Schoolroom UNESCO We Put it There!
26. Hargis, Billy James. The Firearms Control Issue.
27. Committee to Impeach Justice Douglas. A Special Project of the Christian Crusade. 1970.
28. The Case Against Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas.
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"The Cross and the Flag Magazine". Founded by Gerald L.K. Smith. Christian Nationalist Crusade 1949-1950

Scope and Content

1. The Cross and the Flag. "Gerald L.K. Smith Addresses U.S. Senate Committee." Vol. 9. No. 3. 1950 June.
2. The Cross and the Flag. "72 Editorials." Vol. 8. No. 2. 1949 May.
3. The Cross and the Flag. "The Creed of Christian Nationalism." Vol. 8. No. 6. 1949 September.
4. The Cross and the Flag. "Christ the King." Vol. 8. No. 9. 1949 December.
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The California Statesmen Newspaper

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Chinese Communist Affairs Booklets

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Christian Anti-Communism Crusade pamphlets

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Christian Crusade Weekly Newspapers

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Cinema Educational Guild tracts, pamphlets, bulletins 1954-1970

Historical note

Cinema Educational Guild was an organization dedicated to exposing the links between the motion picture industry in Hollywood and Communism. It was founded by Myron C. Fagan, a writer, in 1947.

Scope and Content

Tracts: Why we Must get the U.S. out of the UN - and the UN out of the U.S. UN Tract No. 1; Special Tract. 1967 February; The Three "Musts" For Salvation of Our Country. Tract No. 13. 1968; The Reds are Back in Hollywood. "Red Starts"-Tract. 1968; Martin Luther King and His "Civil Rights" Urinators. Special "Civil Rights" 1967; Special "Constitutional" Tract. 1966; The "Illuminati-CFR" Conspiracy. Tract No. 12. 1969; The "Genocide" Plot. 1970; Assassins in Radio-TV! Special CEG Tract. 1964; Special "Petition" Tract. Know the Truth - and the Truth Will Save Our Country! 1969; Warning! TV Brainwash to Save UN!. UN Tract No. 3. 1966; Unesco is Deadly Menace to American Youth. 1962; Why Congress Must Thoroughly Investigate the State Department. No. 9; Wanted! Earl Warren For Impeachment; The Reds are Back in Hollywood. "Red Starts"-Tract. 1970; The Reds are Back in Hollywood. "Red Starts"-No. 3. 1960; The Truth About the U.N. By Trygvie Lie. UN Tract No. 2. 1966.
Bulletins: The Money Changers; Letter from Myron C. Fagan, National Director of Cinema Educational Guild. 1969 June; A Vital Message for C.E.G. Members And All Americans in California; Letters from Myron C. Fagan, National Director of Cinema Educational Guild; Illuminati CFR Conspiracy; Vital Report on "Bridge to Eternity." 1969 November; How to Smash The Johnson-CFR "Dictatorship." 1965 September; The Horrible Story of Lucifer King! Why Johnson Must Be Impeached. 1965 May; For All Americans Who Treasure Freedom and The Sovereignty of Our Nation. 1965 April; The Real Objective of the Negro Agitations is: Riots-Revolution-Martial Law...Under Control of the "United Nations"!...As in Katanga? 1963 July; For the Love of God and Country Heed This Warning! 1968 September; "Know the Truth and (if You will Fight for it) The Truth Shall Make You Free." 1963 July; For the Love of Your Children Heed This Warning! 1969 May; Judge Them By Their Records; Urgent Announcement! To The Members of CEG - and All Loyal Americans. 1961 May; A Special "After-Election" Report For Action To Restore Our Country To True Constitutional Government! 1968 November; A Sure-Fire Way to Save Christianity. 1969 September; Year-End Report for Our Members. 1964 January; A Very Important Letter About two Crucial Projects Which, Combined, Can Positively Save Our Country. 1970 February; Special Bulletin! Another "Must" Appeal for the Salvation of Our Country. 1967 February; Year-End Report for Our Members. 1963 January; Year-End Report. 1969 January; January 1970 - Year-End Report; Year-End Report. 1971 January; Special Pre-Year End Report. 1969 November.

Citizens Councils of America

Historical note

The Citizens' Councils (also known as White Citizens' Councils) were a network of white supremacist organizations. The first was formed in 1954; after 1956, the network was known as the Citizens' Councils of America. The Councils were founded to oppose racial segregation, and did so through boycotts, propaganda, and violence against civil rights activists. [Adapted from Wikipedia,]
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"The Citizen." Official Journal of the Citizens Councils of America 1964-1974

Scope and Content

1964 October; 1965 April; 1965 June-October; 1965 December; 1966 February; 1967 June; 1967 November, 1967 December, 1969 June, 1974 June.
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Ephemera 1956-1965

Scope and Content

1. What is the Citizens' Council?
2. Congressional Committee Report on What Happened When Schools Were Integrated in Washington, D.C.
3. Racial Facts. 1964 May.
4. The Ugly Truth about The NAACP. An Addres by Attorney General Eugene Cook of Georgia Before the 55th Annual Convention of the Peace Officers Association of Georgia Held in Atlanta.
5. Interposition, The Barrier Against Tyranny. Speech of Representative John Bell Williams In the United States House of Representatives. 1956 January 25.
6. The Majority Consensus an address by William K. Shearer Publisher, The California Statesman to the Los Angeles Citizens' Council. 1965 March 4.
7. The Citizens' Council a History. An Address by Robert B. Patterson, Secretary, The Citizens' Councils of America, Executive Secretary, Association of Citizens' Councils of Mississippi To The Annual Leadership Conference of the Citizen's Councils of America Jackson, Mississippi. 1963 October 26.
8. Integrity. An Address by Louis W. Hollis, Executive Director To The Annual Leadership Conference of the Citizens' Councils of America Montgomery, Alabama. 1965, January 16.
9. Why We Are Expanding.
10. Where is the Reign of Terror? Speech of Representative John Bell Williams in the United States House of Representatives. 1956 March 27.
11. Over Dues...a dialogue by and for concerned citizens.
12. Why Should I Belong to the Citizens Council.
13. What is the Citizens' Council Doing?.
14. Application for Membership.
15. Alameda and San Francisco County Citizens' Councils. Oakland, California. Invitation to a meeting where the Alameda County and San Francisco County Citizen's Councils will expand their membership.
16. "Aspect." A Project of the Information and Education Committee. Jackson Citizens' Council.
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Clark, Wm. Lloyd. "Crimes of Priests." Pamphlet from The Rail Splitter Press undated

Box 3

"Commentary on the McCarran Report on the I.P.R." Published by the American Institute of Pacific Relations 1953

Box 3, Folder 7

The Committee of One Million Against the Admission of Communist China to the United Nations 1969-1971

Scope and Content

1. "Project: Anti-Tyranny." Published by Committe of one million.
2. Letter from Captain Eddie Rickenbacker to Americans on the admission of Communist China to the U.N.
3. The Committee of One Million Against the Admission of Communist China to the United Nations. 1969.
4. China's Chou: Architect of U.S. Rapprochement. By Stanley Karnow.
5. ABMAC Day at the Races. American Bureau for Medical Aid to Free China.
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Communism in America

Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous right wing writings on the subject of communism in America.
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The Communist/The Communist International

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Communist Pamphlets in America

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Communism in America miscellaneous

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Miscellaneous Communism in America Pamphlets

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Congressional pamphlets 1963-1969

Scope and Content

1. "1963 Congressional Handbook." 88th Congress, 1st Session. Published by Liberty Lobby.
2. Americans for Constitutional Action. (ACA)
"What is ACA?" Published by Americans for Constitutional Action. Annual Report, 1969. Published by Americans for Constitutional Action. Congressional Record : Proceedings and Debates of the 90th Congress, Second Session. "U.S. Congress Salutes ACA."
3. Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the 88th Congress, First Session. "Unconstitutional Usurpation of Power." 1963.
4. The Voter Speaks. Contains:
Directory of the Eighty - Eighth Congress. A Roster of the House and Senate - Including Committee Memberships. 1963. Congressional Record - House. 1968. Full Committee Print. House of Representatives. 90th Congress. 2d Session. Congressional Legislation - Pending. Table of Cities and Towns within the Assembly Districts as Shown on the Map.
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Conservative Digest Magazine

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"Conservative Digest" Magazine

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Armed Citizens News

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Conservative Pamphlets Miscellaneous

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Conservative Viewpoint Newspaper


The Cup of Cold Water Ministry

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The Cup of Cold Water Ministry Newsletters. The Cup of Cold Water Ministry Radio Broadcast 1960-1961

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The Pink Sheet. Published by C. Walberg. Distributed by the Cup of Cold Water Ministry undated

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"The Dan Smoot Report." Published by The Dan Smoot Report, Inc. 1961-1964

Scope and Content

"Vietnam and Lodge." Vol. 10. No. 17. 1964 April 27.
"Federal Firearms Legislation." Vol. 10. No. 11. 1964 March 16.
"Machinery for World Government ." Vol. 7. No. 40. 1961 October 2.

Historical note

Howard Drummond Smoot (1913-2003), known as Dan Smoot, was an FBI agent and a conservative political activist. From the 1950s to 1971, he published The Dan Smoot Report, which chronicled alleged communist infiltration in various sectors of American government and society. [Adapted from Wikipedia,]
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The Dan Smoot Report

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"Danville, Virginia." Published by Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee 1963

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Defenders of the U.S.A. Republic

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Dilling, Elizabeth. "Dilling Bulletin." Menorah Burning 'Conservatives.' Will the Pharisees Throttle 1/2 Billion Christians in 1965? 1965

Scope and Content

Elizabeth Dilling Stokes (1894-1966) was an American anti-communist and antisemitic social activist, as well as an anti-war campaigner and writer in the 1930s and 1940s. She was one of the defendants in the Great Sedition Trial of 1944.
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Elizabeth Dilling Writings

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"The Directory of America's 490 Most Controversial Periodicals." Published by Guidelines Publications 1968

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Economy 1963-1986

Scope and Content

1. "1963 Guide to Communist Imports on the Local Business Scene." 1963.
2. American Telephone and Telegraph Company. 1983.
3. Bethlehem Steel Corporation. 1984.
4. "Bethlehem Speaks Out." Bethlehem Steel Corporation. 1979, Issue 2 1979, Issue 5 1980.
5. "Export - Import Bank Bill Covers Up Aid to Reds." Liberty letter. No. 75. 1967.
6. Governor's Staff Tells of More State Savings.
7. "Issues & Action": Commentary on Public Policy Issues for Standard of California Stockholders. Chevron, 1980; A report to the management and shareholders of United States steel in the interest of good government, 1979-1981;
8. "Keystone Consolidated Industries, Inc. Annual Meeting of Stockholders." 1980.
9. Letter from A.C. Wedemeyer, General United States Army retired, to Americans. (The ten pillars of economic wisdom).
10. Letter from H. J. Haynes, Chairman of the Board to stockholders. Chevron. Standard Oil Company of California.
11. Letter from Howard M. Love, President and Chief Executive Officer, to Stockholders. National Steel Corporation.
12. Milton Friedman. (The National Tax Limitation Committee)
13. National Economic Council. Letter from Mark M. Jones to over-burdened taxpayers.
14. National's Stockholder Action Program. Information Bulletin.
15. Sara Lee Corporation.
16. "Stop Higher Taxes. Vote No on No. 9." 1968.
17. Union Oil Company of California. Union 76: Letter from Fred L. Hartley to employee. 1986; "Oil and your Community." Union Oil Company of California; Letter from Fred L. Hartley to employees, 1971, August 1979, October-November 1979, "The Free Lunch Society" by Fred L. Hartley, Chairman and President Union Oil Company of California to the Commerce Associates of the School of Business Administration University of Southern California, 1975.
18. "Untangling Spares Pricing." United Technologies. 1983.
19. UTC Shareowners. 1984.
20. "Washington and 'Small Business' " By C. Wilson Harder.
21. "What it is What it Does." Published by National Economic Council, Inc. Established 1930.
22. Pamphlets by Coast Federal Savings and Loan Association: Myth or Truth? Practically Every U.S. Citizen is a Capitalist; Myth or Truth? My Dad Needs 3 Years to Make Up His Lost Wages; One, Two, Three.
23. Stock Guide. Published by Standard and Poor's Corporation. 1970 March.
24. 'Wall Street -- Market that Makes America Go." The Book Report.'Wall Street -- Market that Makes America Go." The Book Report. Newspaper Clipping.
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The Firing Line Newspaper

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"First Monday" Magazine

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Ford, James and James Allen. "The Negroes in a Soviet America." Published by Workers Library Publishers 1935 June

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"Freedom Magazine"

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General Herbert Holdridge

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Government Backlash Articles

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"The Genius of Huey P. Newton." Minister of Defense Black Panther Party. Introduction by Eldridge Cleaver undated

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"The Guildsman." Devoted to the Cause of a Corporative Order. A Catholic Periodical. Published by Edward A. Koch 1962-1963

Scope and Content

1. The Truth The War's Real Issue German Youth's Tragedy Music's Role. Vol. 30. No. 4. 1962 April.
2. America's Course Germany at Crossroads The Warsaw Ghetto Story Hitler's View. Vol. 30. No. 5. 1962 May.
3. What is Nazism? Americans and Adolf Hitler The Dark Fate of Europe Yes, Adenauer. Vol. 30. No. 8. 1962 August.
4. Our 30 Years What of our Country's Future? Masonrry Supports Religion-Ban The Council. Vol. 30. No. 9. 1962 September.
5. A Checkup A Bishop Studied Nazism "Thy Will be Done!" The Issue. Vol. 31. No. 3. 1962 December.
6. Nazism's Foes Labor's Fortunes Ahead Catholics and Nazism Pro-Communism. Vol. 31. No. 5. 1963 May.
7. Germany's Fate The Anti-Nazi Record German Catholicism's Policy German-Americans! Vol. 31. No. 6. 1963 June.
8. Truth's Cause Attacking a Great Pope Social Reform or Communism! Costly Lies. Vol. 31. No. 7. 1963 July.
9. Poland's Way German Court Cases Nazism as Today's Issue The Penalty. Vol. 31. No. 8. 1963 August.
10. The Issue Anti-Christian Anti-Nazism The Nazi-Communist War Revolution. Vol. 31. No. 9. 1963 September.
11. Truth's Hero Hitler's Enemies and the U.S. Germandom and Catholicism Barabbas? Vol. 32. No. 1. 1963 October.

Historical note

The Guildsman was a fascist publication.
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"Halt American and Salute The Jew! (or Communist)." An expose of the power behind the throne. Published by H.N. Wheeler undated

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Headlines Newspaper

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Hoke, Henrik. "It's a Secret." The Shocking Truth Behind the Sedition Trials - A Story Involving Foreign Agents, Congressmen, Propagandists, and Cabinet Members. Published by Pamphlet Press 1946

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The Independent American Newpaper

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"International Literature" Magazines

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"International Review"

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Keeping the Record Straight documents

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Kenneth Goff writings

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"Kill for Peace" Yeah No. 10. Published by Birth Press 1965


Ku Klux Klan

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Application Forms. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan undated

Scope and Content

1. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated." Application for Membership Junior Ku Klux Klan." Form J-412. Undated.
2. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated. "Application for Registration in the Invisible Empire Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated Women's Department." Form D-15. Undated
3. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated. "Application for Membership in the Invisible Empire Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated." Orange County Klan No. 100. Undated.
4. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated. "Imperial Palace Invisible Empire Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated." Form P-206.
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"The Critic of Critics." Vol. 3. No. 1 1931 June

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Ephemera. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan undated

Scope and Content

1. Imperial Wizard. "Klan Building National Quota Program for 1929 and 1930." What to do and how to do it. 1929
2. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan, Inc. "ABC of the Invisible Empire." An urgent call to real men from the Imperial Palace. 1917. (The Imperial Proclamation, Declaration, the Ku Klux Kreed, Objects and Purposes.)
3. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated. "Why, How, What, Who? and You." Undated
4. 100% American Jewelry and Novelties. (Latest Designs, Buttons, Rings, Charms and Novelties). Undated.
5. Ku Klux Klan Exposed by a Klansman.
6. Why Don't You Join the Junior Ku Klux Klan?
7. Novelties for Red Blooded.
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Ephemera and realia 1928, 1929, undated

Scope and Content

Cloth badges, hat, three membership cards.
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"The Imperial Night-Hawk." Published by The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Inc. 1923-1924

Scope and Content

Vol. 1. No. 16, 1923 July; Vol. 2. No. 2, 1924 June
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Kloran. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated 1916-1928

Scope and Content

1. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated. "Kloran K-UNO Karacter Honor Duty." Klexter White Book. 5th edition. Published by W.J. Simmons. 1916.
2. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated. "Kloran." K-DUO Knights of the Great Forest. 1928.
3. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan, Inc. "Kloran Junior Order Ku Klux Klan." 1924.
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Knights of Columbus Oath 1926

Scope and Content

1. A.G.R. "Origin of the Knights of Columbus Oath."
2. "Let There Be Light." A Roman Catholic Prophecy. Article printed in the Baltimore Catholic Review. 1926 July.
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"The Kourier Magazine." Published by The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Incorporated 1926-1935

Scope and Content

Vol. 2. No. 11 1926 October
Special Catholic Number. Vol. 3. No. 8 1927 July
Vol. 4. No. 9 1928 August, No. 11 1928 October, No. 12 1928 November
Vol. 5. No. 1 1928 December-No. 3 1929 February, No. 6 1929-No. 8 1930 July
Vol. 6. No. 11 1930 October
Vol. 7. No. 2 1931 January; No. 3 1931 February, No. 5 1931 April- No. 12 1931 November
Vol. 8. No. 1. 1931 December-No. 3. 1932 February, No. 5. 1932 April-No. 8 1932 July, No. 10X 1932 September, No. 11 1932 October, No. 11-O. 1932 October, No. 12 1932 November
Vol. 9. No. 1 1932 December-No. 12. 1933 November
Vol. 10. No. 1 1933 December. No. 2 1934 January, No. 4 1934 March, No. 5 1934 April, No. 7 1934 June
Vol. 10. No. 8 1934 July.
Vol. 11. No. 1 1934 December, No. 2 1935 January, No. 6 1935 May-No. 8 1935 July, No. 10 1935 September, No. 11 1935 October
Box 2, Folder 16

Newspaper Clippings. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan 1925-1941

Scope and Content

Parades, Ceremonies, Events, Speeches:
1. The New Menace Newspaper. K.K.K. Extra. 1930 December 20.
2. Los Angeles Times Newspaper. "Klan Raid Case Action Sought." 1932 November 18.
3. "The Man in the Street." 1925 August 3.
4. "Faces Klan in off year: Coolidge Speech at Omaha indicated attitude in next campaign." "Keeps Klan out of A. H. T. A." Undated.
5. 20,000,000 Catholics
6. Klan Rides Again in Southland. 1941 July 25
7. Washington to Augment Police in Klan Parade.
8. Deluge Aids Klan Baptism. 1925 July 5.
9. Capital Anti-Klan Demonstration for Aug. 15 is Barred. 1925 July 7
10. Five Anaheim Anti-Klan men face ouster.
11. Beach blast injures boy. Klansmen assert explosion in house attack on junior order of organization.
12. Flag Desecrator given 250 days
13. Negro trio accused by klan chief.
14. Yanks form German Klan.
15. K.K.K in tribute to WM. J. Bryan
16. Five shot in riot at Klan Meet.
17. Headquarters of Klan considered for Washington.
18. Hooded Klansmen Leave City Hall Steps for Parade. 1940 March 31.
19. The Klan Meets the Bund
20. Communism will not be tolerated KKK rides again.
21. KKK assembles at Torrance for periodical ceremonial.
22. 85,000 on Parade.
23. Ku Klux Parade Downtown Here.
24. The Broom Newspaper. Vol. XI. No. 38 1941 June 16.
25. Azusa Herald and Pomotropic Newspaper. "KKK visits Azusa" and " KKK's Disappoint Thrill Seekers", Vol. 52. No. 37 1939 June 29.
26. Silver Legion Ranger. "The Program for Sovietizing the U. S. Government Speeds up." Vol. 1. No. 4 1933 November 22.
Box 1, Folder 4

"Official Program: Fourth Imperial Klonvokation: Chicago, Illinois. July 17, 18, 19, 1928." Knights of The Ku Klux Klan 1928 July

Box 2, Folder 18

Official Documents. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan. Imperial Wizard 1929-1940

Scope and Content

1. Congratulatory letter from Los Angeles Klan #1 to Klansmen of Brooklyn for the maintenance of white supremacy in Protestant churches in New York. 1929 Nov. 29.
2. Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. "Important Imperial Edicts and Documents." 1930
3. Official Document. Resignation of Klansman T.S. Moodie as Grand Dragon of the Realm of California and appointment of Klansman G. W. Price as the Imperial Representative of the Realm of California. 1933 September 15.
4. Official Document No. 875. Resolution adopted by the Imperial Kloncilium at its meeting on April 1st, 1935. 1935 April 4.
5. Official Document No. 876. Creation of the Women's Department of the Knights of the KKK. 1935 April 3.
6. Official Document. No. 877. Decree to give a Klectokon, or donation to become a member in the Women's Department of the KKK. Decree to relieve of payment of the Klectokon women who are members of patriotic societies of the U.S. 1935 April 3.
7. Official Document. No. 881. Appointment of H. K. Ramsey as the new Imperial Kligrapp. 1936 October 19.
8. Official Document. No. 882. Termination of terms of office of Wm. M. Campbell, G. W. Price, Gail S. Carter, and Lewis Terwilliger. Appointment of new members to fill vacancies. 1936 October 24.
9. Official Document. No. 883. Removal of Klansman H. C. Spratt as Imperial Representative and appointment of H. K. Ramsey in his stead. 1936 October 24.
10. Letter from H. K. Ramsey to Klansman as the new Imperial Kligrapp. 1936 October 28.
11. Official Document. Letter from Imperial Wizard of the KKK on charges filed against Harry C. Spratt. 1937 January 12.
12. Official Document No. A-8. Letter from J.A. Colescott, Imperial Wizard of the KKK, to the KKK to relieve Klasmen from payment of dues into the Knights of the KKK when called by the goverment to serve in the military or armed forces. 1940 October 4.
13. Document about New Jersey Meeting. 1940 October 8.
14. General objects and purposes of the Knights of the KKK. Undated.
Box 1, Folder 19

"Proceedings of the Second Imperial Klonvokation Held In Kansas City, Missouri September 23, 24, 25 and 26, 1924." Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Incorporated 1924 September

Box 1, Folder 20

"The Torch: A Magazine of Enlightenment." America for Americans. Published by The Women of The Ku Klux Klan, Inc. 1931-1934

Scope and Content

Vol. 3 No. 2 1931 March, No. 8 1931 November-December
Vol. 5 Nos. 1-10. 1933
Vol. 6 No. 3 1934 July-August, No. 4 1934 September-October
Box 1, Folder 21

"The World's Work Magazine." Why the Klan Fights Smith an article by the Imperial Wizard. Vol. LV. No.3 1928 January

Box 1, Folder 18

Wilson, H.A. "Papers Read at the Meeting of Grand Dragons Knights of the Ku Klux Klan at Their First Annual Meeting held at Asheville, North Carolina, July 1923." Together with other articles of interest to Klansmen 1923

Box 3, Folder 15

Labor unions 1967-1969

Scope and Content

1. "Our Immigration Laws. Protect You, Your Job and Your Freedom." The American Committee on Immigration Policies to Defend and strengthen our Immigration Laws. Pamphlet.
2. William F. Buckley Jr. "Passive Resistance Pointers for Unhappy Union Members." (Newspaper Clipping)
3. "Unions vs. the GOP." From The Wall Street Journal. 1969. National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.
4. "The Pace Quickens for Wages." From Business Week. 1967.
5. Letter and Pamphlet. The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.
Box 7, Folder 12

Liberation Newsletter

Box 3, Folder 16

Liberty Amendment Committee 1963

Historical Note

The Liberty Amendment Committee was founded in 1959 by Willis Emerson Stone. Originally called the National Committee for Economic Freedom, the Committee was dedicated to the ratification of the 23rd Amendment to the Constitution, which called for the elimination of the federal income tax.

Scope and Content

Documents by the Liberty Amendment Committee.
1. "The two meanings of 'Catastrophic' "
2. "An Open Letter to Senator Thomas H. Kuchel." California Committee for Economic Freedom. 1963.
3. Repeal the Income Tax. The Liberty Amendment Committee of California.
4. Letter to all United Republicans of California. The Liberty Amendment Committee of California. 1963 November.
5. "Education for Freedom." Freedom Studies Center.
6. "Liberty Amendment Opens Road to Economic Freedom. The Liberty Amendment Committee of California. 1963.
7. Resolution. The Liberty Amendment Committee of the U.S.A.
Box 11, Folder 11

Liberty Amendment News

Box 7, Folder 11

Liberty Letter Newsletter

Box 3, Folder 34

Malcolm X . "Malcolm X Talks to Young People." A Young Socialist Pamphlet. Published by the Young Socialist 1965

Box 2, Folder 17

Minutemen 1962-1969

Historical note

The Minutemen was a militant anti-Communist organization founded by Robert DePugh in 1961. DePugh also founded the Patriotic Party in 1966.

Scope and Content

1. A Weekly Review of On Target: News Highlights, Background Information, Observation and Comment. 1967-1969: No. 14. Only Red "Experts" Can Be Found by Ottawa! 1967 December 18; No. 113. Our Fathers Set the Standard in Flanders Fields. 1969 November 10.
2. "A Patriot Speaks Up."
3. Application for Membership in the Patriotic Party.
4. Bagwell, Robert E. "A Monument for Our Boys in Vietnam." Newsletter. Patriotic Party. 1967 August 21.
5. Bond Fee Drive for Robert B. DePugh.
6. DePugh B. Robert. "Blueprint for Victory." Second Edition. 1966.
7. DePugh B. Robert. "Patriot."
8. "Extremism, Violence and Guns." Research and Evaluation Report. 1968 June.
9. "History and Organization of the 'Minutemen' "
10. Houghton, Troy H. "Minutemen."
11. Horsfall, Ruth. "A Message From the Minutemen Underground Headquarters."
12. "Important Notice to All Minutemen." 1962 January 20.
13. "In Times of National Emergency, Silence isn't Golden, it's Yellow! Minutemen Analysis #2. Vol 2, No. 267-9. Minutemen. 1964 November.
14. "Join the 'Minutemen' "
15. On Target. "Words Won't Win - Action Will." Published by Minutemen. 1963-1965: All Out Effort to Destroy Minutemen Has Started. 1965 August 1; Deadly Threat to U.S. Independence. 1963 February 15; Untitled. 1963 January 1; House Committee On Un-American Activities. 1963 March 1; Many Thanks. 1963 February 1; Fair Play For Cuba Committee. 1963 August 1; Now, Let's Get Busy. 1964 November 4; Powerful New Drive To Disarm American Civilians from Exclusive Report. 1963 September 1.
16. "Special Post Election Bulletin to Members and Friends of the Patriotic Party. " 1968 December 12.
17. "Special Bulletin To All Members of the Patriotic Party and To All Minutemen." 1966 December 4.
18. "The Minutemen" America's Last Line of Defense against Communism.
19. The Patriotic Party and Its Political Platform.
20. "To All Minutemen." 1962 April 16.
21. "What are the Constitutional Rights of Robert De Pugh and Walter Peyson? "
22. "What Chance for the Minutemen?"
Box 8, Folder 4

Miscellaneous Asian Pamphlets

Box 14, Folder 3

Miscellaneous Books on Russia during 1970's

Box 10, Folder 6

Miscellaneous Writings on Lyndon B Johnson

Box 4, Folder 13

Miscellaneous Political Handouts/Flyers

Box 10, Folder 5

Miscellaneous Writings on Richard Nixon

Box 14, Folder 2

Miscellaneous Writings/Books on Asia

Box 13, Folder 5

Miscellaneous 1970's Writings/Books on Middle East

Box 3

"Moscow's Master Plan For Sovietizing America." The Lutheran Research Society, Inc. 1948

Box 3, Folder 17

National Black Silent Majority Committee 1971

Scope and Content

1. The Black Silent Majority Committee. A Statement of Beliefs.
2. The Black Silent Majority Committee Newsletter. 1971 January.
3. Newspaper Clippings.
4. Black Leadership in the Nixon Administration.
Box 9, Folder 6

National Forecast Magazine

Box 3, Folder 18

National Forecast Magazine. Published by the National Forecast Ministry, Inc. 1948-1963

Scope and Content

1. Vol 9. No. 102. 1948 December.
2. Vol 9. No. 105. 1949 March-April.
3. Vol 22. No. 244. 1962 August-September.
4. Vol 22. No. 253. 1963 June-July.
Box 9, Folder 3

National Socialist World newspaper

Box 7, Folder 1

The New Liberation Newspaper

Box 9, Folder 16

The New Patriot writings

Box 9, Folder 17

National Message pamphlets

Box 3, Folder 19

Northern World Journal. Published by the Northern World 1959-1961

Scope and Content

1. "Northern World." A Bi-Monthly Cultural Journal. Vol. 4. No. 2. Published by the Northern World. 1959.
2. "Northern World." A Journal of North European Friendship. Vol. 5. No. 3. 1961.
Box 3

"Origin, History, and Methodology of the 'Front' Movement in America." Published by the Institute for Special Research undated

Box 8, Folder 3

Pamphlets on Racial Tension

Box 6, Folder 1

Patriotic Research Bureau

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"Pavlovs Children (They May Be Yours)." Published by Impact Publishers, Inc. 1969

Box 3, Folder 34

Perry, Pettis. "Negro Representation - A Step Towards Negro Freedom. With an Introduction by Betty Gannett. Published by New Century Publishers 1952

Box 9, Folder 22

"The Pilgrim Torch" newsletters

Box 12, Folder 1

"Political Affairs" Booklets

Box 3, Folder 21

"The Point Magazine." A Catholic Monthly. Published by Saint Benedict Center 1956-1958

Scope and Content

1. The Church Militant and the Jews. 1956 October.
2. When Everyone Was Catholic. 1957 February.
3. The Rejected People of Holy Scripture. 1957 June.
4. The Judaizing of Christians by Jews. 1957 July.
5. Newspapers and the New York Times. 1958 April.
6. How The Jews Invaded the Holy Land. 1958 September.
7. Catholics, the Bible, and the Jews. 1958 October.
Box 2, Folder 19

The Police Chief. Published by the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Vol. XX. No. 12 1946

Box 9, Folder 4

Polish Freedom Fighters

Box 10, Folder 10

Political Writings by African Americans

Box 10, Folder 11

Political Writings by Hispanics

Box 11, Folder 14

Probe Political Pamphlets

Box 10, Folder 4

"Private Eye" Magazine

Box 8, Folder 6

Prevent World War II Magazine

Box 2, Folder 20

Protestants and Other Americans United (POAU) 1957-1967

Scope and Content

1. "America's Need: A New Protestant Awakening." By a Former Jesuit Trainee. 1957.
2. Blake, Eugene Carson. Tax Exemption and the Churches.
3. "Church-State Digest." Volume 1, No. 1.
4. "Cutting Corners" is one way. Protestant and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
5. Ephemera: Blanshard, Paul. "Ecclesiastical Justice in Spain"; "Many Faiths 1 Freedom"; McLoughlin, Emmett. "American Culture and Catholic Schools"; "Captive Schools." An American Tragedy. 1959; Dawson, Joseph M. "The Birth of POAU"; Bishop Richard C. Raines. "Where Tolerance is Treason?"; The Priest Turned Citizen: Emmett McLoughlin. "American Culture and Catholic Schools; Sectarian Medical Codes and Your Tax Dollars; Archer, Glenn L. "The Ramparts We Watch." Address Delivered at the Southern Baptist Convention; President Kennedy's Pledges ...On Separation of Church and State; Lowell, C. Stanley. The Last Best Hope. Insurance Against Holocaust; Lowell, C. Stanley. Protestants Catholics and Politics; Archer, Glenn L. Let's Think it Through. My Reply to Archbishop; Bryan Jr., Gainer E. Bradfordsville Ten Years Later. See "Boycott"; American Culture and Catholic Schools; Hetzell, M. Carol. Guardian of Liberty; Boycott! Weapon of Bigots; Protestants Unashamed!
6. "How the Roman Catholic Church Would Change the Constitution." 1960.
7. "Prophetic Herald." Vol. 21. No. 12. This will be the new size of Prophetic Herald after March.
8. "The Petitioner." The National Petitioning Committee For Constitutional Government: Vol 7. No. 1 1967 January 15; Vol 7. No. 6 1967 April 1; Vol 7. No. 7 1967 April 15; Vol 7. No. 17 1967 October 15. 9. Truth Series. Protestants and Other Americans United.
10. "What Do They Teach in Catholic Schools?" Taken from "Living Our Faith."

Historical note

POAU was founded in 1947 to support the separation of church and state.
Box 10, Folder 3

Raymond Frazier Writings

Box 3, Folder 22

Reader's Digest Magazine excerpts

Scope and Content

1. "The Great ManPower Grab" Frank T. Bow U.S. Representative from Ohio. 1964 October.
2. "The False Promise of Medicare" By Robert Cubbedge. 1964 April.
3. "Keep Red China Out!" by Walter H. Judd, M.D. 1964 November.
4. "My Dark Days as a Counterspy" by Marion Miller. 1959 November.
5. "The Insidious Campaign to Silence Anti-Communists" by William R. Kintner. 1962 May.
6. "What You Can Do for American Prisoners in Vietnam."
Box 3, Folder 23

Religious organizations newsletters 1960-1971

Scope and Content

1. The Saint Vincent de Paul Society of Los Angeles, California Metropolitan Central Council. Newsletter. 1970.
2. Letter. Voice of Truth and Freedom.
3. Letter from Most Rev. Paul L. Seitz.
4. Chinese For Christ, Inc. Newsletter. Vol 2. No. 5. 1960 December. Chinese For Christ, Inc. Newsletter. Vol 2. No. 3. 1960 July.
5. Far East Broadcaster. "Can China Be Walled Off? Radio Says No!" 1961
6. Letter. Central Baptist Church of Orange County. 1969 Letter and Pamphlet. Church League of America. 1970.
7. Christian Freedom Foundation, Inc. Publishers of Christian Economics. 1970.
8. "What is TRY?" TRY, Incorporated. The International Journal of Tryers. TRY Foundation, Incorporated.
9. Christian Admiral Congress Hall. Cape May, N.J. Bible Conference and Freedom Center. 20th Century Reformation Hour. Christian Admiral Cape May New Jersey. Where the Christians and the Patriots Meet the Sea. Letters. 20th Century Reformation Hour. 1970-1971. Letter. 20th Century Reformation Hour. Sponsored by Christian Beacon. 1971. 10. Evangel. "Operation Handclasp." By Norman B. Rohrer. Vol. 64. No. 50. 1960 December.
11. Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Department of Justice. Personal Letter from John Edgar Hoover to Reverend C. T. Wahlberg. 1961.
12. Tenth Sunday After Trinity. Vo. 11. No. 40. St. Thomas Episcopal Church. 1969.
13. American Indian Liberation Crusade, Inc. Letter. 1960.
14. A Tempest in a Teapot? The Truth about the Book. By Christian Citizens for Moral Action.
15. "Too Late. " Orient Crusades Missionary Cablegram.
16. "Private Enterprise In the Scriptures."
17. Letter and Pamphlet. Central Baptist Church of Orange County. 1969.
18. Faith Theological Seminary Newsletter. Part II. 1970 April. Faith Theological Seminary Newsletter. 1970 April 29. Faith Theological Seminary Newsletter. 1970 March 19. Faith Theological Seminary Newsletter. 1970 February. Faith Theological Seminary Newsletter. 1970 January.
19. Excerpts from Pastor C. T. Walberg's Letter. Congregational Church of Christ, Redondo Beach.
20. The Korea Gospel Mission History. Letters. The Korea Gospel Mission, Inc. Newsletters and Pamphlets. Korean Relief, Inc.
21. Putting Christ Back Into Christmas.
22. Newspaper Clippings.
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The Republican Magazine

Box 3, Folder 24

The Republican. Vol. 3 No. 2 1967 February 10

Box 3, Folder 25

Republican organizations pamphlets and letters 1963-1986

Scope and Content

1. "John Ashbrook of Ohio Conservative Candidate for President." By George F. Hobart. From Human Events. 1972.
2. "For California's Future Republican Ed Zschau for U.S. Senate Zschau."
3. "Bernard for Senate Committee."
4. "Republican National Committee." Letter from William E. Miller.
5. United Republicans of California. Special State Convention Statler Hilton - Los Angeles. 1963.
6. Ron Paul's Freedom Report. Published by the Foundation for Rational Economics and Education, Inc. Vol. X, No.3. 1985 May.
7. "Please Send $10 to the Kennedy Retirement Fund."
8. "For 25 Years, One Right-of-Center News Weekly Has Kept Alive the Grand Tradition of Fearless Journalism." Human Events. 131 Distinguished American Conservatives Weigh the Results.
9. "Is Reagan Really Trying yo Stop Government Spending Madness? Read This and You Decide..." Published by National Taxpayer Union.
10. NAE Washington Insight. Church Edition. 1986 December.
11. "Tax Demand Reform." President Ronald Reagan.
12. "Urgent: Dear Mr. President." 1984.
13. "Meet Jud Leetham your Choice for Attorney General of California."
14. Fulbright Vulnerable. Reprinted from Human Events. 1968.
15. "Yes on 6." Maintain Quality Education.
16. Record Ledger. Tujunga, California. 1966.
17. Letter. American Conservative Union. 1970.
18. Letter. Special Reports, Incorporated.
19. "Wild Bill Buckley Goes West"
20. "Committee to Combat Bias in Broadcasting.
21. National Institute for Law/Order/Justice.
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Richard Cotten's "Conservative Viewpoint"

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"Right" Political Pamphlets

Box 10, Folder 12-13

Right Wing Conservative News

Box 10, Folder 1

Right Wing Jewish Writings

Box 4, Folder 14

Ronald Reagan Miscellaneous

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The Rubicon Newspaper

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Schiffner, Alexander. "Prophetic Herald" undated

Scope and Content

Vol. 25 No. 2; Vol. 24 No. 12.

Historical note

Alexander Schiffner was the founder of the Prophetic Herald Ministry (1937), which linked the thirteen tribes of Israel with the thirteen colonies of the United States, via 19th and early 20th century British Isrealism.
Box 3, Folder 26

Science of Mind Church 1950-1953

Scope and Content

1. "A Rift Between Friends in the War of Ideas." Published by Pine Tree Press.
2. "How to Achieve Peace of Mind in a Changing World. Home-Study Extension Course." By Dr. Frederick Bailes. 1951.
3. "1953-1954 Professional Training Course of the Science of Mind Church." By Dr. Frederick Bailes. 1953.
4. Bulletin for February 1950. Science of Mind Church. 1950.
5. Songs Science of Mind Church. By Dr. Frederick Bailes.
6. Speeches by Dr. Frederick Bailes. KECA Broadcast.
Box 3

Sequel. Americans for Middle East Understanding, Inc. Published by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East 1968

Box 3, Folder 27

Sex education/mental health undated

Scope and Content

1. "How you Can Help a Millionaire Pay for his Health Care..." California Medical Association.
2. "Morals Among Swedish Adolescents Attacked." Petition to Government Scores Sex Education Given to School Children. Los Angeles Times. 1964.
3. "Stop! The Population Problem is Growing in Los Angeles." Planned Parenthood World Population.
4. "Sex-Ed: Conditioning for Immorality."
5. "What Does Mental Health Really Mean? What is Planned for You?
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Ship of State Newsletter

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Showers of Blessings news

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Socialism Right- Wing Writings

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Sons of Liberty newsletter

Box 9, Folder 8

The South African Observer

Box 14, Folder 4

1970's South African Miscellaneous

Box 9, Folder 23

"Spearhead" News

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The Spotlight Newspaper

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"Statecraft" political pamphlets

Box 9, Folder 13

Straight Talk political papmphlets

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"Subversion By the Volume." The sad state of the American Book Publishing Industry today. A special report by the Research Department of the Church League of America 1970 August

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The Stormtrooper Magazine

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"Thunderbolt" Newspaper

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"The Thunderbolt" Newspaper

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Thunder and Lightning newsletter

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Tidings newspapers

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"Tocsin." The West's Leading Anti-Communist Weekly 1964

Scope and Content

Vol. 1. No. 6.
Vol. 2. Nos. 3, 5, 6, 13. 1961 November 27, 14.
Vol. 3. No. 9 1963 February 27, No. 24 1962 June 12, No. 26 1962 June 26, No. 27 1962 July 3, No. 30 1962 July 24-No. 32 1962 August 7, No. 34 1962 August 21, No. 35 1962 August 28, No. 37 1962 September 11, No. 39 1962 September 25, No. 41 1962 October 9, No. 44 1962 October 30-No. 49 1962 December 4, No. 50 1962 December 11-No. 52 1962 December 25.
Special Edition Containing Selected Articles About the San Francisco Riots of May 1960.
Vol. 4. No. 1. 1963 January 2, No. 3 1963 January 16-No. 6 1963 February 6, No. 8 1963 February 20, No. 13 1963 March 27-No. 15 1963 April 10, Vol. 4. No. 17 1963 April 24, Vol. 4. No. 18 1963 May 1, No. 21 1963 May 22, No. 24 1963 June 12-No. 27 1963 July 3, No. 35 1963 August 28, No. 38 1963 September 18, No. 42 1963 October 16, No. 47 1963 November 20-No. 52 1963 December 25.
Vol. 5. No. 1 1964 January 1-No. 5 1964 January 29, No. 7 1964 February 19-No. 24 1964 June 15, No. 26 1964 June 27-No. 44 1964 October 31, No. 46 1964 November 14-No. 50 1964 December 12.
Vol. 6. No. 3 1965 January 28, No. 5 1965 February 11, No. 10 1965 March 18, No. 14 1965 April 15-No. 29 1965 July 29, No. 32 1965 August 19-No. 51 1965 December 30.
Vol. 7. No. 1 1966 January 6, No. 3 1966 May 18, No. 4 1966 June 1-No. 8 1966 July 27, No. 11 1966 September 7-No. 16 1966 November 16, No. 18 1966 December 14, No. 19 1966 December 28.
Vol. 8. No. 2. 1967 January 25, No. 4. 1967 February 8, No. 4. 1967 February 22, No. 5. 1967 March 8, 1967.
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"Today's World" Magazines

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"Truth and Liberty Magazine." Published at Gospel Temple 1956 March

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United Community Churches of America (Voice of Americanism) 1985

Scope and Content

1. America Must Help! Refugee Crisis! Published by United Community Churches of America.
2. Dr. McBirnie's Newsletters. World Emergency Relief.
3. Dr. McBirnie Reports. Voice of Americanism. 1985.
4. Voice of Americanism Newsletters.
5. "Killer Quake Shatters Mexico; Disaster Hits U.S. Neighbor! 'A mighty blow from hell' 1985. From USA Today. World Emergency Relief. By United Community Churches of America.
6. Address at the Alamo. Voice of Americanism.
7. Pamphlets. United Community Churches of America.
8. Documentation. Published in the public interest by the Voice of Americanism Radio and T.V.
Box 9, Folder 24

"The Universal Challenger" news

Box 3, Folder 31

U.S.English circa 1983

Scope and Content

1. Update. Vol. 3. No. 6.
2. Letter from S.I. Hayakawa, Founder of U.S. English.
3. Letter from Barbara Zall to Senator Hayakawa.

Historical note

Ù.S.English is a citizens' action group dedicated to the passage of English as the official language of the United States. It was founded in 1983 by Senator S.I. Hayakawa.
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Various Writings on Catholic Church

Box 10, Folder 7

Various Writings on Nazism in America

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Various Material on Vietnam War

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Vietnam War 1965-1971

Scope and Content

1. "His Last Word Was ' Help...' " Radio of Free Asia. The Korean Cultural and Freedom Foundation, Inc. 1968.
2. "Let's Win this War! Murder in Vietnam." Poor Richard's Bookshop, Inc. 1967.
3. McIntire, Carl. "United States March for Victory." 1971 January 25.
4. Voice of Truth and Freedom. "Why We Should Win in Vietnam." 1970.
5. Lyons, Daniel. "The Future of Viet Nam." 1965.
6. Perlo, Victor. "The Vietnam Profiteers." Published by New Outlook Publishers. 1966 December.
Box 9, Folder 21

"The Virginian" newspaper

Box 9, Folder 5

The Voice of Liberty newspaper

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"The White World." Published by The White Party of America 1967

Scope and Content

1. "The Assassination of George Lincoln Rockwell." Vol. 3. No. 9. 1967 September.
2. "Press to 'Quarantine' Rockwell Death Trial." Vol. 3. No. 9. 1967 September.

Historical note

The White Party of America was founded in 1964 by ex-American Nazi Party member Karl Allen.
Box 2, Folder 24

War resistance movements 1965-1971

Scope and Content

1. Letter. War Resisters International. 1971.
2. "Sanctuary for Deserters in California Demonstration in Rome." Published by War Resisters International. 1971.
3. War Resisters International Newsletter. 1968.
4. Valley Peace Center Newsletter.
5. Peace Times. San Jose Peace Center. 1968.
6. "Habituation by Escalation delivered May 30, 1965 by Dr. Isidore Ziferstein." First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles.
7. "Aspects." A nongovernmental investigative body specializing in matters of national security. No. 8. 1966, October.
8. "We're Down But Not Out..."
9. "Are You Ready for World War III?...the International Controllers are -They're for 'America last!!' "
Box 5, Folder 6

Western Front Pamphlets

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White Aryan Resistance (WAR) flyers 1980s

Scope and Content

5 black and white flyers printed for the Concord, California sect of the White Aryan Resistance (W.A.R.). They depict anti-Semitic propaganda with pictures of white students, guns, and swastikas, and phrases such as "get out Jew while you can".

Historical note

The W.A.R. was founded by former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard Tom Metzger. It grew out of an earlier organization founded by Metzger, the White American Political Association, which was dedicated to promoting "prowhite" candidates for political office. After losing the 1982 California Senate Democratic primary, Metzger abandoned his electoral ambitions and reorganized WAPA as White American Resistance in 1983, subsequently renamed White Aryan Resistance, to reflect a more "revolutionary" stance. The new organization used a wide range of propaganda techniques, including a controversal television program, "Race and Reason", to transmit its white supremacist ideas.
Box 5, Folder 10

Williams Intelligence Summary

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Western Destiny Magazine

Box 5, Folder 21

Western Voice Newspaper

Box 7, Folder 8

The White Sentinel newspaper

Box 7, Folder 6

Women's Voice Newspaper

Box 14, Folder 1

Miscellaenous World War I Political Pamphlets

Box 4, Folder 7

WRAL TV "Viewpoint"

Box 3, Folder 33

Youth and politics 1965-1987

Scope and Content

1. "A Message for Young Radicals." The Great Con. Published by American Opinion.
2. Documents by the National Student Association: "Indictment Against the National Student Association." Students to Oppose Participation in the National Student Association. "National Student Association: a 'rational arm of diplomacy'...or a radical propaganda organ? "
3. Newspaper Clippings: "School Decision is Nonsense" By James Kilpatrick. 1971; The Northwood Idea. Vol. 1. No. 2. 1971; "Youth Work Program Viewed" By Jack Jones. 1967; Parks, Michael. "S. Africa Warns Colleges Colleges on Boycotts, Protests." 1987; The Record. "Write to Pres. Johnson and Atty. General Today 'Air-Lift' for Sit-ins in L.A. Demonstration. Vol. 20. No. 46. 1965; "Teen Group Campaigns to End Narcotics Use" John Kendall. 1968; "As the Pendulum Swings---Watch the Private Schools" By William Buckley Jr. 1968; "The San Jose Threat - - A U.S. Problem" By Melvin Durslag; "Major Reforms Loom in State Grade Schools." Los Angeles Times. 1969 January 13.
4. "Parents in Protest." Against the Book "Land of the Free" 1966
5. Slate: UC Student Political Party
6. Documents by Teen Age Republicans: The Aquarian Age of Politics. 1970 July; Help Keep TARS on the Go. Teen Age Republicans: American Youth Working for America; The Spotlight is on the 8th Annual National TAR Camps.
7. U.S.A. Magazine. "Plans of the Radical Left: Working for the Destruction of America. Student Subversion." By Alice Widener. 1965.
8. "What is Constructive Action, Inc.?" Constructive Action, Inc. 1966.
9. "What is NYA?" National Youth Alliance.
10. "What Kind of a Country are you leaving me?"
11. White Student Alliance. "The Racialist." The White Power Program. By David Ernest Duke.
12. Students! Stand Up For Your Race! National Socialist Liberation Front.
13. Pamphlets published by Americans for Freedom: A Cuban Exile Looks at Communism. No. 191. 1962; Fulbright's Muzzling Memo. No. 156. 1961; Unesco. No. 226.
14. Americanism Will Survive. Published by Americanism Educational League.
15. Documents by Young Americans for Freedom : "Remember Him?"; "Campus break-through. A proven program to immunize against 'New Left' anarchy on the campuses of America. 3. Campus Studies Institute; "Are We Financing Our Own Destruction?"; "Citizens Campaign Against East-West Trade."; "Would You Believe He Wants to Run Your Universities!! Do you want to help to stop him?"; "Had Enough of New Left Violence?"
Box 7, Folder 13

Washington Observer

Box 11, Folder 13

Washington Report Newspaper

Box 2, Folder 27

World Without War Council 1967-1968

Scope and Content

1. "Aspects of the Present Selective Service System."
2. "Aspects of Draft Counseling." Basis for a lecture on draft counselor training given Spring, 1968 by the World Without War Council. 1968.
3. "Draft Consultation Form."
4. "An Example of Counseling on the Draft and Conscientious Objection." 1967.
5. "Memorandum on Selective Service Regulations Relating to Travel Abroad.
6. "Summary Statement for Personal Appearance. 1967.