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  • Publisher: Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1970

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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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The Bankers and the Federal Reserve
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1970. Wraps. 33 p. [13353] (show more)

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Who Controls the Press
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1970. Wraps. 31 p. [13416] (show more)

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Disarmament: They're Promoting the Peace of the Grave
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1970. Wraps. 18 p. [16292] (show more)

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Prayer Alone Is Not Enough!
FENTON, Reverend Francis E

San Marino, Calif. & Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1970. 6 x 9 in. Two-page leaflet. [34485] (show more)

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Praying for the defeat of "Atheistic Communism" is fine, but taking action (like joining the John Birch Society?) is better.

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Communism and the Catholic Church in America
FENTON, Reverend Francis E

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1970. Wraps. 15 p. [4455] (show more)

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Fenton, a Catholic priest, bemoans the alleged subversion of Catholicism by the "International Communist Conspiracy".

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Peace Symbols: The Truth about Those Strange Designs
GUMAER, David E

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 16 p. [11755] (show more)

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Gumaer traces the origins of the peace symbol to the "Satanism of the Middle Ages," concluding that it is a "symbol of the anti-Christ!".

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Apostasy and the National Council of Churches
GUMAER, David E

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 14 p. VG. [4451] (show more)

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Expos of the Red Menace among the Protestant clergy. Gumaer "spent two years within the youth apparatus of the Communist Party as an undercover operative for Chicago Police Intelligence".

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Satanism: A Practical Guide to Witch Hunting
GUMAER, David Emerson

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1970. Wraps. 22 p. [13366] (show more)

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Gumaer, a journalist for the John Birch Society, exposes the activities of Charles Manson, Anton La Vey, Aleister Crowley and others of their ilk along with their alleged ties to Communism.

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About Youth and the Generation Gap
SMITH, Edward

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, [1970]. 8vo. Wraps. 6 p. [67277] (show more)

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America's Promise
SMOOT, Dan

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 18 p. [13399] (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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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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What Is Communism?
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 21 p. Fine. [5537] (show more)

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What Is Money?
WELCH, Robert

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 18 p. Fine. [5538] (show more)

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