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Los Angeles: The Cross and the Flag, ca. 1950s. 7 x 8 1/2 in. Four-page leaflet. In this essay, which originally appeared in "The Cross and the Flag," Smith discusses several words which the "propagandists and the enemies of our tradition are attempting to spoil." In his discussion of "Christmas"..... 
Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1955. 24mo. Wraps. 8 p. Singerman 0939. "Speech before the United States Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, April 21, 1955. Among the twenty reasons cited why the United Nations should be abolished is number nine, stating that the UN has flooded the United States with..... 
St. Louis: Christian Nationalist Crusade, (1951). 24mo. Wraps. 16 p. Smith testifies in favor of the Mundt-Nixon Bill and against Communism, which he refers to as the "Composite of All Crimes." His indictment is broken down into 18 sections under such headings as Communism is murder, Communism is rape, Communism..... 
Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1961. 24mo. Wraps. 47 p. Singerman 1062. "While not a communist, President Eisenhower's actions promoted Jewish-Communism and were, on balance, un-American" - Singerman. Smith raises the "paradoxical question": Is Ike a "Jew or a Gentile." He cites a caption to a photo of the..... 
Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, 1950. 12mo. Wraps. 74 p. Singerman 0819. A classic example of Roosevelt-baiting, with a great deal of anti-Semitic content. Contains sections on "The Pearl Harbor Hoax," "Selling Slaves to Stalin," "The Frankfurter Business," "The Savage Morgenthau Plan," "The Plot to Destroy Martin Dies," "The Glorification..... 
Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1958. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Single sheet, printed on both sides. Reprints an "address delivered on the occasion of a three-day Convention of West Coast leaders of the Christian Nationalist Crusade." Stapled to two other single-page Christian Nationalist Crusade screeds.