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Richmond Is Indebted to Julia Brown
(BROWN, Mrs. Julia)

Richmond, Va.: Richmond Area TACT, ca. 1970. 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. Broadside. [59343] (show more)

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In the spring of 1968, "just prior to his assassination," Martin Luther King, Jr. planned to speak at a "Saturday night jamboree" in Richmond. Since on other occasions "it had appeared evident that Mrs. Julia Brown was peculiarly effective in thwarting similar plans for M.L.K.appearances," arrangements were made to have her in Richmond the night before King's speech - whereupon Dr. King cancelled his appearance. The authors then state: "It is our firm conviction that this community was saved some $100,000 to $1 million (and perhaps some lives) that would inevitably, have resulted from Dr. King's 'non-violent' agitation." TACT, which stands for Truth About Civil Turmoil, was a John Birch Society front group

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Don't Give Panama Our Canal! Give Them Kissinger Instead!
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

No information given. Bumper sticker (measuring 11 3/4 by 3 1/2 ") [14638] (show more)

Price: $15.00

Issued anonymously but stylistically resembling other J.B.S. items and expressing one of their obsessions of the 1970s

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The Conservative Index
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1971. 12mo. Wraps. 11 p. [14667] (show more)

Price: $7.50

The first rating of Congressmen and Senators according to the standards of the John Birch Society

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The Conservative Index
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1972. 12mo. Wraps. 16 p. [14668] (show more)

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The third rating of Congressmen and Senators according to the standards of the John Birch Society

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The Conservative Index Number Five: How Key Senators and Representatives Voted on Key Issues
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1973. 12mo. Wraps. 14 p. [14669] (show more)

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The fifth rating of Congressmen and Senators according to the standards of the John Birch Society

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The Conservative Index Number Seven: How Key Senators and Representatives Voted on Key Issues
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1975. 12mo. Wraps. 14 p. [14670] (show more)

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The seventh rating of Congressmen and Senators according to the standards of the John Birch Society

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The Conservative Index Number Eleven: How Key Senators and Representatives Voted on Key Issues
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1977. 12mo. Wraps. 14 p. [14671] (show more)

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The eleventh rating of Congressmen and Senators according to the standards of the John Birch Society

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The Conservative Index Number Fourteen: How Key Senators and Representatives Voted on Key Issues
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1978. 12mo. Wraps. 14 p. [14672] (show more)

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The fourteenth rating of Congressmen and Senators according to the standards of the John Birch Society

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The Conservative Index Number Fifteen: How Key Senators and Representatives Voted on Key Issues
(JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY)

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1978. 12mo. Wraps. 14 p. [15614] (show more)

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The fifteenth rating of Congressmen and Senators according to the standards of the John Birch Society

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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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Detroit: Communists Assassinate Police
ALLEN, Gary

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1969). Wraps. 18 p. [11743] (show more)

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Allen alleges that one policeman was killed and another wounded by "uniformed guerrillas" of the Republic of New Africa

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Fedcop: Washington Grabs for Police Power
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1970. Wraps. 16 p. [11744] (show more)

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"But keep in mind that the issue at hand is not law and order. All Communist nations, every dictatorship, has law and order - enforced by a national police force. No, the question is who is going to enforce law and order, our local police or the federal government. Fedcop must be stopped"

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Shortages: The Politics of Scarcity
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1973). Wraps. 16 p. [11745] (show more)

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"The Nixon Administration is using the 'energy crisis' which it created, and the meat shortage which its price controls and grain sales are designed to create, to prepare the American people for shortages and rationing... It is far too obvious that the effort to accustom the American people to such shortages and regimentation is part and parcel of an effort to prepare us for dictatorship. Now is the time to expose this for what it is. To fight back. While we still can"

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Trade Trap
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1980). Wraps. 16 p. [11746] (show more)

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Allen warns of technology transfers to the Soviet Union. He argues that such transfers (which are referred to as the "preeminent scandal of the Twentieth Century") are responsible for all Soviet economic growth and that their elimination would "freeze the Reds at their present level of development." Allen is influenced in his analysis by Antony Sutton's "Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development"

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What a Way to Run a Railroad
ALLEN, Gary

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1976). Wraps. 17 p. [11747] (show more)

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Critique of Amtrak by the prolific John Birch Society pamphleteer

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Your Home: Big Brother Wants Control of Housing
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1974). Wraps. 16 p. [11748] (show more)

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That Music: There's More to It Than Meets the Ear
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1969). Wraps. 16 p. [12796] (show more)

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Rock and roll is a Pavlovian Communist mind control plot, according this John Birch Society scribe. Allen analyzes lyrics by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs and others

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Hate Therapy: Sensitivity Training for "Planned Change"
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1968). Wraps. 16 p. [13214] (show more)

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