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American Opinion
(WELCH, Robert)

Vol. XXVIII, No. 3 (March, 1985) [5565] (show more)

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Special Robert Welch Memorial Issue. Contains "How Robert Welch Developed His Views on Conspiracy in America" by Robert W. Lee, "Welch and Eisenhower" by William P. Hoar, "What Made Robert Welch and His Society the Target of the Smear" by Alan Stang, "Welch & Buckley" by Medford Evans, "The Life and Character of Robert Welch" by Gary Allen, "Behind That Long Speech at Indianapolis: Founding of the Society" by Susan L.M. Huck, etc.

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A Poetrait of Robert Welch. By Jimmie Grice
(WELCH, Robert)

Written ca. 1960. 7 3/4x 11 in. Manuscript. Written in red & green ink. SIGNED by Robert Welch. [65076] (show more)

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Grice composed many of these poems about prominent people. The first letters of each line spell out the subject's name. Grice would mail two copies to the subject requesting that the recipient keep one copy and sign the other copy and return it using a self-addressed envelope.

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What Is the John Birch Society?
WELCH, Robert

Intro. by Rex Westerfield. No place: The John Birch Society, n.d. 33 1/3 rpm LP record. [10565] (show more)

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Again, May God Forgive Us!
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: Belmont Publishing Company, ca. 1960s. Wraps. ix, 205 p. About fine. [12981] (show more)

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A Touch of Sanity
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1965. Wraps. 26 p. VG. [13223] (show more)

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The John Birch Society is the only "touch of sanity" in the U.S., which the Communists have turned into a "vast insane asylum".

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Danger for the Doctors
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 13 p. [14509] (show more)

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"But the whole gigantic and brazen plan, to beguile the American people and browbeat the medical profession into accepting - smoothly and insidiously, but rapidly and totally - the socialization of American medicine, will depend for its success on exactly the combination of human characteristics and forces which lies behind every similar success of the Socialist-Communist INSIDERS. This combination was very accurately described by one Costa de Beauregard (of whom we know nothing more), in trying to explain the years of terror of the French Revolution. He said that this horror was due to 'the audacity of some, and the cowardice of all.' And the formula is still being utilized, 180 years later, by the spiritual descendants of Marat, Danton (who said, 'L'audace, tojours l'audace!') and Robespierre, as they now draw ever nearer to the ultimate goal of the long Conspiracy. Which is the imposition of their brutal tyranny over all the people of the earth".

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An Epilogue on China
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1971). Wraps. 13 p. [14510] (show more)

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Welch returns to the subject of the Communist Revolution in China which he dealt with in his book, "May God Forgive Us".

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Looking Ahead
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1972). Wraps. 21 p. [14511] (show more)

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Mr. Welch gazes into his crystal ball and makes his predictions of political developments in 1973.

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In Plain Language
WELCH, Robert

No place (Belmont, Mass.?): (John Birch Society), 1969. Wraps. 15 p. [14513] (show more)

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"The same Communist forces, both inside and outside our government, are still generating their Lilliputian lines of power over the lives and bodies of the American people. By 1973, at the present rate, these countless lines will have been smoothly woven into a straightjacket. And the terror and cruelty of the Communist police state will begin to replace the more subtle means by which Communist tyranny is imposed and maintained." The function of the John Birch Society is to "prevent this catastrophe." But in order to do this it needs money, so...

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A Letter to Khrushchev
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1958). Wraps. 51 p. [14514] (show more)

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The Neutralizers
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: John Birch Society, (1963). Wraps. 55 p. [14515] (show more)

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Mr. Welch discusses the relationship between anti-Semitism and the John Birch Society. He believes that anti-Semitism is a diversion from anti-Communism and, indeed, that anti-Semitism is promoted by Communists. He relates an alleged incident in which a Communist infiltrated several branches of the Society and disrupted their activities by introducing anti-Semitic ideas. Welch asserts that "there is a strong indication and considerable logic that Lenin himself forged the so-called 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion,' and planted them in the anti-Communist ranks to serve many longrange purposes." After spending an entire page attempting to buttress this statement he continues: "Now we certainly cannot undertake here to prove any of these probabilities to be fact. And even less shall we go into the extent, now increasingly being studied, to which the Communists initiated and promoted the Nazi movement in Germany. But..." Welch then to analyze in some detail anti-Semitic "neutralizers" on the right, especially such exponents of British-Israelism as Howard Rand and Wesley Swift.

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Reflections on the Elections
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1964. Wraps. 7 p. [14516] (show more)

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Republics and Democracies
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1961). Wraps. 35 p. [14517] (show more)

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"In summary, I personally think that, as I said in the Blue Book of the John Birch Society, democracy is a weapon of demagoguery and a perennial fraud. I think that a constitutional republic is the best of all forms of government man has yet devised. Our Founding Fathers thought so too, and the wisest Romans had already come to that same conclusion. So I am in excellent company. It is company which we hope more and more Americans will join. To that end we are saying everywhere we can, and asking all of you and tens of thousands to say with us: This is a Republic, not a Democracy. Let's keep it that way!".

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Why Kissinger Should Be Fired
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: John Birch Society, (1976). Four-page leaflet. [14519] (show more)

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Henry Kissinger is an "inveterate, clever, and conscienceless liar" who in "his personal life is a completely amoral hedonist." His "only ideological loyalty is obviously to the concept and achievement of the New World Order." Through "cunning trickery and shameful arrogance" he has "tried to turn over the Panama Canal to our Communist enemies." The treachery of Kissinger, "who proceeds with the audacity of a Danton," appears to know no bounds.

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In One Lifetime: (The Transcript of a Speech Delivered at Phoenix Arizona, on November 9, 1971)
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, 1971. Wraps. 15 p. [33275] (show more)

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To the Negroes of America
WELCH, Robert

No place (Belmont, Mass.?): Self-published, 1967. Wraps. 7 p. o. Near Fine. [3441] (show more)

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To quote the grand sachem of the John Birch Society: "We, the good white people of America, do not want our cities to be burned, our country torn to pieces, and the ruins taken over by the Communists. We know that you, the Negro citizens of America, do not want this either. But you are being deceived and inflamed today by Communist lies... Wake up, my friends. Stop listening to these voices of Satan... Go to work to make all other good people of your race understand how they are being used as fools, and snared by the Communist bait.." .

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Which World Will It Be?
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1975). Wraps. 17 p. Cover lightly soiled, else Very Good. [35669] (show more)

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A Speech Delivered at the Annual John Birch Day Dinner in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday Evening, August 22, 1970.

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Bi-Monthly Oral Message No. 13 - January, 1969
WELCH, Robert

No place: John Birch Society, 1969. 7 in. 33 1/3 rpm record. [37761] (show more)

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Monthly Oral Message No. 11 - August, 1968
WELCH, Robert

No place: John Birch Society, 1968. 7 in. 33 1/3 rpm record. [37762] (show more)

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