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Forced Bussing: Government Control of Our Children
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1971. Wraps. 16 p. Fine. [11572] (show more)

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Analysis: Guns and Dictatorship
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1967. 12mo. Wraps. 8 p. Fine. [11782] (show more)

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Gun control is seen as an attempt to disarm the people in order to establish a Communist dictatorship.

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Behind Bars: More Revolution in the Prisons
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1973. Wraps. 16 p. [11784] (show more)

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Big Brother Has Plans for Dictatorship
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1973). Wraps. 13 p. [11785] (show more)

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The Child Care Bill
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1975. Wraps. 16 p. [11786] (show more)

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Stang asserts that a "bill is quietly moving through the Congress, which, if passed into law, would eventually give the federal government almost total control over American children, from the time they learn to toddle. Indeed, the bill would authorize that control even before the baby has left its mother's womb. It is a rewrite of the same bill that conspirators have proposed year after year since 1971, when deposed conspirator Richard Nixon, who said he favored the idea, was nevertheless forced to squelch it with a veto in the face of a nationwide roar of outrage from the people...".

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China Crisis
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, 1978. Wraps. 16 p. [11787] (show more)

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Stang contends that the "United States must continue to maintain diplomatic relations with the Republic of China... Free China must not be betrayed! Any sort of alliance between the United States and the Mainland murderers who only recently were killing American soldiers in Korea, and helping to kill them in Southeast Asia would constitute still another message to the world that we are too degenerate to survive".

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Conservatives Begin to Pull Together
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1977. Wraps. 15 p. [11788] (show more)

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Food Prices: The High Cost of Staying Alive
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1973). Wraps. 12 p. [11827] (show more)

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The Great Con: A Message for Young Radicals
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 7 p. Near Fine. [11828] (show more)

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"You will be free to do your own thing, only when real free enterprisers are free to do theirs. Do your thing - but do it right. Cannon fodder of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your illusions!".

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Our Morale: Why Conservatives Are Winning
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, 1974. Wraps. 12 p. [11829] (show more)

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The Prisoners: Why Does America Abandon Her Own?
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 14 p. [11830] (show more)

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American prisoners of war in Korea and Vietnam.

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Report!: The Walker Report
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, (1969). 12mo. Wraps. Not paginated. [11831] (show more)

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"It's a lie. We could call it a 'distortion' or a 'mistake,' or something, instead - but why should we? The Walker Report, which blames the Chicago police for the violence during the Democrat National Convention of 1968 is a lie - like its predecessor, the Kerner Commission Report, which blamed the Communist riots in our cities on 'white racism'; and the original Big Lie, the Warren Commission Report, which blamed the assassination of President Kennedy on Lee Harvey Oswald's toilet training...".

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Revolution in Wisconsin
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, ca. 1969. 12mo. Wraps. 13 p. [11832] (show more)

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Communist and S.D.S. agitation at the University of Wisconsin.

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Terror Grows: "War on Poverty" Supports Castroite Terrorists
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1968. 8vo. Wraps. 17 p. [11833] (show more)

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Purports to document the activities of Reies Tijerina, a 'Castroite terrorist,' in New Mexico.

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The War on Art
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, (1969). 12mo. Wraps. 6 p. [11834] (show more)

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Stang, whose "taste runs to John Wayne war movies and Westerns," surveys modern art, literature and music from James Joyce and Mondrian to Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. He advocates a return to the "beautiful grace of good ballroom dancing" and a "revival of Romantic art".

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Watergators: Some Tracks in the Dismal Swamp
STANG, Alan

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1973. Wraps. 16 p. Fine. [11835] (show more)

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Watergate is evidence of the grand Conspiracy of the Rockefellers and the C.F.R. which is trying to enslave the world.

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Senator Scott, the Little Man Who Wasn't There
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 7 p. [11906] (show more)

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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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It's Very Simple: The True Story of Civil Rights
STANG, Alan

Boston & Los Angeles: Western Islands, (1965). 16mo. Wraps. 218 p. Very good. [12976] (show more)

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John Schmitz: America's Conservative Congressman
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1972. Wraps. 14 p. [13362] (show more)

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South Dakota: Leo Thorsness Versus George McGovern
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, 1974. Wraps. 12 p. [13363] (show more)

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