- Topic: Right-Wing
Matches 1-20 of 2453
Koppejan, Willem A.; Helene W. van Woelderen
Glastonbury: Real Israel Press, 1971. 296p., pictorial wraps, light shelfwear, bookseller's stamp on front endpaper. Includes many testimonials to the life of the British Israelite figure. more
St. George, Maximilian and Lawrence Dennis
n.pl: National Civil Rights Committee, 1945. 503p., first edition, very good condition in a very heavily chipped and worn dj. Trial of right-wing isolationists for subversion. Lawrence Dennis, a leading right-wing more
Burlingame, CA: Center for Libertarian Studies, 1993. 289p., softbound in 9x6 inch glossy red wraps, a clean, sound, unmarked copy. Gay activist gone over to Pat Buchanan and right-wing libertarianism. more
Rose, Arnold M.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1968. ix, 287p., first edition, edge worn dj. "Described as a 'Communist collaborator' and a 'security risk' in the literature of a right-wing extremist group, Arnold more
The Communist Party of the United States of America; what it is, how it works. A handbook for Americans
United States. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws
New York: The Bookmailer, n.d. 101p., wraps with bindery wrinkle on back cover and tiny chip at top of spine, tightly bound, else very good. Red-cover reprint of the 1956 more
Silverman, Willa Z.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. 325p., illus., very good in dj. more
The Kumquat Statement; anarchy in the groves of academe. Introduction by William F. Buckley, Jr. [Sub-title from dj]
Coyne, John R., Jr.
New York: Cowles Book Company, 1970. 213p., first edition, very good hardcover in lightly shelfworn dj. Right-wing viewpoint. more
The Yahoos. The sobering exposé of the attempt to poison the American mind by the inciters of racism, violence and
New York: Marzani and Munsell, 1964. 222p., illustrated with photos of right-wing and nazi newspapers, bumper-stickers, ads etc., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. more
Seabury, Paul and Walter A. McDougall, eds
San Francisco: ICS Press, 1984. xvii, 346p., dj. The right-wing version, justifying US intervention. more
American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations [AFL-CIO]. Committee on Political Education
Washington: AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education, 1964. 23p., wraps, illus., 8x4 inches. Polemic against right-wing extremists, citing among other events, the assassination of JFK and the Birmingham bombing. COPE publication no. 137C. more
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1999. 287p., first printing, dj. The right-wing radio commentator is a self-help guru. more