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New York: American Civil Liberties Union, . 8vo. Wraps. 8 p. "The federal government in recent proceedings holds that it is obscene to advocate polygamy, to portray nudism for health, to give plain-spoken sex instruction for marriage, to publish pictures of 'pin-up' girls. The Post Office Department censors determine most..... 
New York: American Party, 1855. Small 8vo. Binder's cloth-backed boards. 36 p. The American Party was more generally known as the Know-Nothings. This document was drawn up by a committee of fourteen members appointed pursuant to a resolution of the Twelfth Council, Fifteenth Ward, City of New York. 
San Francisco: American-Irish Liberty League, ca. 1920. 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 in. Single sheet, printed on both sides. The nine reasons include aiding the "greatest militaristic nation of the world," helping to "maintain political and economic slavery in three-quarters of the world," tending to "retard the progress of civilization..... 
Illus. with cartoons. Elkhorn, Wis.: Self-published, 1936. 8vo. Wraps. 128 p. Amlie is an advocate of production for use. He predicts that a party based on a program of production for use would elect a President and secure a 2/3 majority in both houses of Congress in the 1940 elections!.....