Senator Scott, the Little Man Who Wasn't There

STANG, Alan

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Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 7 p. [11906]

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Stang details the sorry record (from the point of view of the John Birch Society) of Hugh Scott as chairman of the Republican National Committee and as Senate minority leader. He especially scrutinizes Scott in relation to the "Conspiracy," which began with the Illuminati and was detailed in "Philip Dru: Administrator" by Edward Mandell House. Stang concludes: "Is Hugh Scott, then, part of the Conspiracy? Is he in on the game? Well, let's add up the score. He has attended the Conspiracy's meetings, supported the Conspiracy's groups, advanced the Conspiarcy's agents, and voted for the Conspiracy's measures. And he has denounced every genuine attempt to expose the Conspiracy - which he, himself, says exists. As the saying has it: If you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas".


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