London: British People's Party, 1940. 12mo. Wraps. 154 p. 2nd ed. Rees 289. "A statement on the war from the British People's Party, founded by the Marquis of Tavistock later the Duke of Bedford. It was opposed to war with Germany. Although (Colin) Cross ("The Fascists in Britain") refers to..... 
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New York: Macmillan, 1925. 12mo. Red cloth, stamped in gilt & blind. xv, 139 p. 2nd edition. Schneider was a trade union official & executive board member of the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor from 1921 to 1928, later serving in the U.S. House of Representatives as a Republican and..... 
Washington: National Headquarters, The Citizens No Foreign War Coalition, (1941). 8vo. Wraps. 160 p. Singerman 0580. "An isolationist tract denouncing world government, the International Bankers ('Pontiffs of the Golden Calf and Masters of the World'), and the insidious Illuminati-Freemason-Bolshevik plot to destroy civilization" - Singerman. 
In "National Municipal Review" Vol. X, No. 7 (July, 1921). Budenz, who lived in St. Louis during the 1910s, was a leader of the Conference for Progressive Labor Action and the American Workers Party, joining the Communist Party in 1935 and serving as managing editor of the "Daily Worker" before.....