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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!..... 
Denver: Self-published, 1944. 12mo. Pictorial cloth. 185 p. 1st ed. Attack on F.D.R. in which Anderson implies that the history of the "Dru Deal," as he calls the New Deal, was foretold in that favorite novel of the conspiracy theorist, "Philip Dru, Administrator" by Col. House. The government, he asserts.....