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  • Publisher: Belmont, Mass. The Review of the News, (1968)

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Reds Stir Mexican-Americans
BROPHY, Frank Cullen

Belmont, Mass. The Review of the News, (1968). 12mo. Wraps. 6 p. [13819] (show more)

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An attack on La Raza Unida by a John Birch Society journalist.

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Report!: An Angry Priest Speaks Out
FENTON, Reverend Francis E

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1968. 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. Four-page leaflet. [34484] (show more)

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"Over the last few years we have seen priests advocating and engaging in civil disobedience, defying ecclesiastical authority, supporting revolutionary Leftist organizations, promoting Communism and attacking anti-Communism... The Catholic Church in America is, in fact, relatively silent and inactive - and, consequently, so ineffective - against Communism. I believe that such silence and inaction is a major factor contributing to the advance and success of the Communist conspiracy on the American scene today. I am convinced of it!".

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The War on Police
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, (1968). Wraps. 8 p. Fine. [4495] (show more)

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Communists and Poverty
STANG, Alan

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, (1968). Wraps. 8 p. [4502] (show more)

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"Americans are becoming more and more aware that the gigantic fraud called the 'war on poverty' is providing the money to recruit, train, maintain and defend the Communist gangs now working to destroy our country".

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Analysis: Assassination
WESTERFIELD, Rex

Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1968. Wraps. 7 p. [4481] (show more)

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Essay on the death of Robert Kennedy. The author concludes: "So, there it is! Senator Robert F. Kennedy has been killed by a Marxist conspiracy five years after his brother, the late President, was killed by a Marxist conspiracy. What do we do about it, America? Heed the cry for more Marxist legislation, or demand that the criminals, revolutionaries, and Communists be prosecuted, jailed and put out of commission?".

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