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  • Publisher: Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969

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Ecology: Government Control of the Environment
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 15 p. [5497] (show more)

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Rockefeller: Campaigning for the New World Order
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 20 p. [5498] (show more)

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Red Teachers: The Matter of Treason in Academe
ALLEN, Gary

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 16 p. [5515] (show more)

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Allen turns his attention to Angela Davis' tenure in the U.C.L.A. philosophy department and her subsequent termination by the U.C. Board of Regents.

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Foundations and Tax-Free Cash
ALLEN, Gary and Harold Lord Varney

Intro. by Stuart R. Crane. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 32 p. [13361] (show more)

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Pornography: Mindless with Gazing
EVANS, Medford

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 10 p. [13419] (show more)

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Manifesto to the White Christian Churches and the Jewish Synogogues in the United States of America and All Other Racist Institutions: Presentation by James Forman Delivered and Adopted by the National Black Economic Development Conference in Detroit, Mic
FORMAN, James

Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 7 p. Short tear at top of front wrap, light wear at top edges, else Very Good. [35670] (show more)

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The "Black Manifesto" as reprinted by the John Birch Society "as a public service in the belief that all Americans should know the 'true' revolutionary demands of the N.B.E.D.C".

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Clenched Fist: A History of the Communist Salute
GUMAER, David Emerson

Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Wraps. 15 p. [11754] (show more)

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The photos show individuals from Lee Harvey Oswald to Adam Clayton Powell and Shirley Chisholm to Jesse Jackson to Fidel Castro to Father Groppi to Charlene Mitchell and Mike Zagarell giving the clenched fist salute.

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Saint Martin?: The Martin Luther King Memorial
SCHUYLER, George S

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Single sheet printed on both sides. Very Good. [35666] (show more)

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The black columnist's rather mean-spirited attack on King's followers written about a year after an "assassin's bullet relieved the country of King's presence." Receiving special attention are Ralph Abernathy and Coretta Scott King, who is referred to variously as a "violent, rampaging Copperhead" and as "Hanoi Coretta".

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Saint Martin?: The Martin Luther King Memorial
SCHUYLER, George S

Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1969. Single sheet printed on both sides. Very good. [79745] (show more)

Price: $17.50

The black columnist's rather mean-spirited attack on King's followers written about a year after an "assassin's bullet relieved the country of King's presence." Receiving special attention are Ralph Abernathy and Coretta Scott King, who is referred to variously as a "violent, rampaging Copperhead" and as "Hanoi Coretta".

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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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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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