Finding Aid for the Knox Collection of Extremist Literature

MUM00253

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Summary Information

Repository
University of Mississippi Libraries
Creator
University of Mississippi
Title
Knox Collection of Extremist Literature
ID
MUM00253
Date
1942-1982
Extent
8.0 Linear feet (9 boxes + 3 oversize boxes)
Language of Materials
English, German
Abstract
The collection contains various publications issued by right-wing political and religious organizations. Also included is a small amount of material created by left-wing religious and philosophical organizations.

Preferred Citation

Knox Collection of Extremist Literature (MUM00253), Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

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Scope and Content

The collection chiefly contains various publications (magazines, newsletters, broadsides, and others) issued by right-wing political and religious organizations. Also included is a small amount of material created by left-wing religious and philosophical organizations.

Most materials were created in the United States; however, there are a few items created in Great Britain, Canada, and Germany. Items were created 1942-1982, but the bulk of the collection dates from the 1960s and 1970s.

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Arrangement

This collection is arranged chiefly by theme and by publication title.

Box 1: American Opinion

Box 2: Americanist Library Publications, The Review of the News, and Other Publications

Box 3: Conservative Christian Literature

Box 4: Anti-Semitic Literature and Jewish Literature

Box 5: Anti-Communist Literature

Box 6: Conservative Political Literature

Box 7: Big Business/Labor, Tax Reform and Constitutional Party Material

Box 8: Mississippi Organizations, National Socialist and Nationalist Literature

Box 9: Miscellaneous

Box 10 (OVRS): The Spotlight

Box 11 (OVRS): Miscellaneous Newspapers

Box 12 (OVRS): Miscellaneous Newspapers and Other Oversize Materials

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries February 2013

Access Restrictions

The Knox Collection of Extremist Literature is open for research.

Copyright Restrictions

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Additions

No further additions are expected to this collection.

Acquisition Information

Purchased by University of Mississippi Archives and Special Collections, 1979, 1986, 1987, 1988

Processing Information

Collection processed by Archives and Special Collections staff. Finding aid created by Kathryn Michaelis, February 2013.

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Related Materials

Related Materials at the University of Mississippi

For more collections related to the Ku Klux Klan and similar organizations, please see the Archives' Civil Rights and Race Relations subject guide.

For more collections related to political organizations, please see the Archives' Politics and Government subject guide.

Separated Materials

The following items have been separated from the collection and can be located through the library catalog:

Catalog: The Klan Wants You. (Denham Springs, LA: Ku Klux Klan, undated)

Comparison of 1960 and 1970 Census Reports: Mississippi. (Association of Citizens' Councils, undated)

Crime: Don't Let It Happen. (Jackson, MS: Citizens Councils of America)

Freedom of Choice: The Law of the Land. (Tuscaloosa, AL: United Klans of America, undated)

Freedom or Slavery: The Choice is Yours by Dr. Claude Fike. (Jackson, MS: Patriotic American Youth, undated)

Fundamentals of Our Racial Problem. (United Klans of America, undated)

Genetic Race Differences: The Findings of Dr. William Shockley by Carleton Putnam. (Jackson, MS: Citizens Councils of America, 1969)

Here's Proof of the Red Pro-Negro Plot Against the South & USA. (Tuscaloosa, AL: United Klans of America, undated)

Ideals of the Ku Klux Klan (Columbia, SC: Association of South Carolina Klans, undated)

An Introduction to the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. (Denham Springs, LA: Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, undated)

An Introduction to the United Klans of America. (Liberty, MS: United Klans of America, undated)

Knights of the Klan versus Knights of Columbus. (undated)

Know the United Nations. (Tuscaloosa, AL: United Klans of America, undated)

A Message from the Invisible Empire. (Natchez, MS: United Klans of America, undated)

Migration, The Only Reasonable Answer. (Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, undated)

National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Inc. Tucker, Georgia: Its Problems, Its Programs, Its Purposes by Hon. James R. Venable. (Tucker, GA: National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, undated)

Never! by Louis W. Hollis. (Jackson, MS: The Citizens Council, 1966)

Nightmare! What Could Happen to White Americans in the Late 1970s. (Liberty, MS: United Klans of America, undated)

Patriotic American Youth Handbook. (Jackson, MS: Patriotic American Youth)

Racial Facts. (Jackson, MS: The Citizens Council, undated)

School Tomorrow: Building Fund Campaign. (Jackson, MS: Council School Foundation, undated)

The American Canal in Panama by Tommy W. Rogers, Ph.D. (Jackson, MS: Patriotic American Youth, 1978)

The Citizens' Council. (Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, undated)

The Citizens' Council: A History by Robert B. Patterson (Jackson, MS: Citizens' Council, 1963)

The Foundation of the White Race. (Tuscaloosa, AL: United Klans of America, undated)

The Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities: Activities of the "Ku Klux Klan" and Certain Other Organizations in Louisiana. (Baton Rouge, LA: Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities, July 26, 1965)

The Ku Klux Klan and Its Story by Bill Hendrix. (1952)

The Miracle of the White Race. (Tuscaloosa, AL: United Klans of America, undated)

The Practice of Klanishness.

The Principle of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. (Tucker, GA: National Office of the Ku Klux Klan, undated)

The Principles of the U.S. Klans Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Inc. (College Park, GA: undated)

The Real Reason for the Second Amendment by Robert B. Depugh. (Liberty, MS: United Klans of America, undated)

The Road Ahead by Robert B. Patterson. (Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Council, 1965)

The State of the American Union by Claude E. Fike. (Jackson, MS: Patriotic American Youth, undated)

The Story of the NAACP: As Told By One of Its Founders. (Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, undated)

The True Story of the Ku Klux Klan: For God and Country. (Tuscaloosa, AL: The Imperial Press of the United Klans of America, 1977)

United Klans of America, Inc.: Mississippi State Office. (McComb, MS: undated)

White or Mulatto: 'Beyond Human Relief.' (Metairie, LA: Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, undated)

White Youth Fight Back! (Metairie, LA: United Klans of America, undated)

Why Don't People... Vote? (Liberty, MS: The United Klans of America, undated)

Why Integration Is Un-Christian! by Rev. T. Robert Ingram. (Jackson, MS: The Citizens Council, undated)

Why Race Mixing is Anti-Christian by Rev. David K. Stacey. (Lodi, Ohio: National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, undated)

Why You Should Become a Klansman. (Columbia, SC: Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, undated)

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • John Birch Society
  • Ku Klux Klan (1915- )

Format(s)

  • correspondence
  • essays
  • newsletters
  • newspapers
  • pamphlets

Subject(s)

  • Anti-communist movements
  • Antisemitism
  • Hate groups
  • Hate speech
  • Radicalism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
  • Right-wing extremists

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Collection Inventory

Box 1: American Opinion 

Scope and Content

American Opinion is the official magazine of the John Birch Society.

Scattered issues, 1964-1974 

Reprints from American Opinion

"The 'Suppressed' Report: Hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate," 1958 

"The Conference of Chief Justices: Report of the Committee on Federal-State Relationships as Affected by Judicial Decisions," August 1958 

"How Communistic Are We?" July-August, 1961 

"The Americus Story," June 1966 

"A Petition to the Congress of the United States," 1967 

Scope and Content

Six copies

"The Warning and the Wisdom of President David O. McKay," undated 

Gary Allen, "Disarmament: They're Promoting the Peace of the Grave," 1970 

Gary Allen, "Detroit: Communists Assassinate Police," 1969 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Gary Allen, "FedCop: Washington Grabs for Police Power," December 1970 

Gary Allen, "Federal Police," November 1976 

Gary Allen, "The Grapes: Communists Wrath in Delano," June 1966 

Gary Allen, "Mr. Nixon: A Hard Look at the Candidate," September 1968 

Gary Allen, "New Politics," November 1967 

Gary Allen, "Sex Education Problems," 1969 

Gary Allen, "Terrorism," November 1968 

Gary Allen, "Richard Nixon: Professor Galbraith Calls Him a Socialist," January 1971 

Gary Allen, "The Unelected," June 1968 

Gary Allen, "Vietnam Day," undated 

Thomas Jefferson Anderson, "For Christians: Put on the Whole Armor of God," November 1972 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Ezra Taft Benson, "Stand up For Freedom, an Address given by The Honorable Ezra Taft Benson at the Utah Forum for the American Idea in the Assembly Hall, Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah," 11 February 1966 

Zygmund Dobbs, "Those Reuthers: Carrying On the Fight for a Soviet America," undated 

Dr. John Dunn, "The Billie Sol Estes Case," 1962 

Medford Evans, "Pornography: Mindless with Gazing," April 1969 

F. B. Exner, "The Real Issue Behind Fluoridation," May 1962 

Francis E. Fenton, "Prayer Alone is Not Enough," 1970 

Rosalie M. Gordon, "Nine Men Against America," 1960 

A. G. Heinsohn, Jr., "Free Lunch and Boobus Americanus," June 1966 

Edward Hunter, "The FPA in Atlanta," May 1962 

E. Merrill Root, "Sex and Love: What to Tell Your Children," May 1967 

Robert Schuettinger, "Medicare and the Experiment in England," March 1965 

Scope and Content

Two copies

George S. Schuyler, "The Fall from Decency to Degradation," 1969 

Hans F. Sennholz, "How Communistic Are We?" July-August 1961 

Edward Smith, "About Youth and the Generation Gap," April 1970 

Alan Stang, "Canada: How the Communists Took Control," 1971 

Alan Stang, "Forced Busing: Government Control of Our Children," November 1971 

Alan Stang, "Frame- Up: Richard Nuccio and the War on Police," 1969 

Alan Stang, "OSHAcrats: Mr. Businessman, the Buck Stops With You," December 1972 

Alan Stang, "Food Prices: the High Cost of Staying Alive," March 1973 

Alan Stang, "Reies Tijerina: The Communists Plan to Grab the Southwest," October 1967 

Chester Ward, "McNamara," May 1967 

Robert Welch, "An Epilogue on China," 1971 

Robert Welch, "A July Four Word," 1971 

Robert Welch, "A Letter to Khrushchev," 1958 

Robert Welch, "Looking Ahead," undated 

Robert Welch, "More Stately Mansions," undated 

Robert Welch, "More Truth About Vietnam," 1967 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Robert Welch, "To the Negroes of America," 1967 

Robert Welch, "Through all the Days to Be," June 1961 

Robert Welch, "The Truth about Vietnam," 1967 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Robert Welch, "The Truth in Time," 1966 

Robert Welch, "Two Revolutions at Once," undated 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Robert Welch, "Republics and Democracies," October 1961 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Robert Welch, "What is the John Birch Society," 1970 and undated 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Robert Welch, "Wild Statements," 1965 

Scope and Content

Two copies

Wallis W. Wood, "The Betrayed," 1969 

Vietnam: Why Brave Men Die," 1967 

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Box 2: Americanist Library Publications, The Review of the News, and Other Publications 

Scope and Content

The Americanist Library, located in Boston, published a series of books dealing mostly with the rise of communism after World War II.

The Review of the News was a weekly news publication of the John Birch Society.

Americanist Library Publications: 

James Burnham, The Web of Subversion, 1965 

John T. Flynn, While You Slept, 1965 

Benjamin Gitlow, The Whole of Their Lives, 1965 

Robert H. Montgomery, Sacco - Vanzetti: The Murder and the Myth, 1965 

Alan Stang, It's Very Simple: The True Story of Civil Rights, Western Islands, 1965 

Robert H. W. Welch, Jr., The Life of John Birch, 1965 

Pamphlet: "One Dozen Candles," undated 

The Review of the News 

Scattered issues, July 1966-June 1978 

"Analysis: McNamara Doublethink," 27 July 1966 

"A Cross Section of the Truth," The Review of the News, 1968 

"Analysis: Lest We Forget," 24 April 1968 

Rex Westerfield, "Assassination," 19 June 1968 

Scope and Content

Two copies

"Report: Insurrection City," 26 June 1968 

"Analysis: Omnibus Police Control," 30 October 1968 

"Correction, Please," 30 October 1968 

Scope and Content

Two copies

"Report: The Walker Report," 8 January 1969 

"The War on Art," by Alan Stang, 1969 

"Keep Communist Teachers Off Campus," 24 December 1969 

"Correction Please," 4 November 1970 

Scope and Content

Two copies

"We Must Free the Prisoners," by R. D. Patrick Mahoney, 23 December 1970 

"The Genocide Treaty," by William H. Dunham, 14 April 1971 

"Betraying Our Friends," Rose B. Christensen, 2 June 1971 

"Red China Pushes Drugs," by William E. Dunham, 11 August 1971 

"Guns and Terror," by William E. Dunham, 22 March 1972 

"How Mr. Nixon's Red Trade Helps the Communists," by Hon. John G. Schmitz, 30 August 1972 

Reed Benson and Robert Lee, "How to Stop Heir Pollution," undated 

Scope and Content

Two copies

"Report: The Black Manifesto," reprinted from The Review of the News, undated 

"Report: Sandersville, Georgia," undated 

"Report: Sex Training," undated 

"Report: Word Versus Deeds," reprinted from The Review of the News, undated 

"Report: Judges Back the Reds," undated 

"Report: Sandersville, Georgia," reprinted from The Review of the News, undated 

Order form for Omnibus Police Control, by Paul William Dean, undated 

John Birch Society Publications: 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, June 1962 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, 1 March 1963 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, August 1963 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, November 1963 

"The Neutralizers," by Robert Welch, 1963 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, April 1964 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, May 1964 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, November 1965 

Bulletin of the John Birch Society, April 1966 

"This Is It," 1967 

"Why Join the John Birch Society," 1968 

"A Petition to the President," 1970 

International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, Inc. Publications: 

Henry E. Garrett, "A Review: Klineberg's Chapter on Race and Psychology," 1960 

George A. Lundberg and Lenore Dickson, "Selective Association of Ethnic Groups in a High School," 1965 

Scope and Content

Two copies

A. James Gregor, "On the Nature of Prejudice," 1961 

U.S. Government Printing Office Publications: 

"Communism in Action," 1946 

"Public Law 637 - 83d Congress," 1954 

"The Communist Party of the United States: A Handbook for Americans," 1956 

"The 'Suppressed' Report: Hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws," 1958 

"The Communist Parcel Operation," 1959 

"Communist Lobbying Activities in the Nation's Capital," 1959 

"The Kremlin's Espionage and Terror Organizations," 1959 

"Expose of Soviet Espionage May 1960," 1960 

"Analysis of the Kruschev Speech of January 6, 1961," 1961 

"The Communist Party Line," 1961 

"The Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities, State of Louisiana," Part 1, 1963 

"The Joint Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities, State of Louisiana," Part 2, 1964 

"Limited Survey of Honoraria Given Guest Speakers for Engagements at Colleges and Universities," 1970 

American Mercury

Summer 1975 

Winter 1975 

Winter 1977 

Spring 1978 

American Conservative Union Publications: 

"The Case for Airline Regulatory Reform," 1977 

"The Human Cost of Communism in China," 1977 

"OSHA: An Overview," 1977 

"Tax Limitation: The Time Is Now," 1978 

Miscellaneous Publications: 

J. Evetts Haley, A Texan Looks at Lyndon: A Study in Illegitimate Power, 1964 

George Lincoln Rockwell, White Power, 1977 

David O. Woodbury, Five Days to Oblivion, 1963 

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Box 3: Conservative Christian Literature 

 Folder 3.1 We Care! A Newspaper for Servicemen, Spring 1969 (South Pasadena, Calif.) 

 Folder 3.2 Christian-Patriots Defense League (Flora, Ill.) materials 

 Folder 3.3 Pardon Me But... (Topton, N.C.) 

 Folder 3.4 Alert Sheet Publication Ministry (Los Angeles, Calif.): two issues, circa 1976 

 Folder 3.5 Christian Anti-Communism Crusade (Long Beach, Calif.) materials 

 Folder 3.6 Christian Nationalist Crusade (Los Angeles, Calif.) materials 

 Folder 3.7 Typed pamphlet by Ardette R. McLauchlan, "Christians Help the Downfall of America," 1975 

 Folder 3.8 Southern Presbyterian Peace Fellowship (Davidson, N.C.) materials 

 Folder 3.9 National Committee of Christian Laymen (Phoenix, Ariz.) materials 

 Folder 3.10 Christian Conservative Church (Flora, Ill.) pamphlet: "The Golden Triangle," undated 

 Folder 3.11 Diagnosis of Apostasy: Anatomy of the Liberal Left, by Will South, undated 

 Folder 3.12 New Christian Crusade Church (Metairie, La. and Hollywood, Calif.) materials 

 Folder 3.13 "Communist Deception in the Churches," by Joseph Zack Kornfeder, 26 October 1952 

Scope and Content

Address before Circuit Riders, Inc. at a National Committee Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio

 Folder 3.14 The Covenant Message, June 1976 (Federation of the Covenant People, Johannesburg, South Africa) 

 Folder 3.15 National Layman's Council of the Church League of America (Chicago, Ill.) Digest: Two issues, 1974 

 Folder 3.16 Southern Baptist Convention (Dallas, Tex.) materials: 

"Christianity and Segregation," An Address by Dr. W. A. Criswell, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas, undated 

"Communism: Challenge to Christianity," by Paul Geren, undated 

 Folder 3.17 Sword of Christ (Lamar, Ark.): Three pamphlets 

 Folder 3.18 Association of Christian Conservatives (Jackson, Miss.) pamphlet 

 Folder 3.19 Christian Crusade (Tulsa, Okla.) pamphlet 

 Folder 3.20 God and Freedom Party: Handbook for Religious Revolution, 1978 

 Folder 3.21 Lord's Covenant Church (Phoenix, Ariz.): Two pamphlets 

 Folder 3.22 The Truth Seeker (San Diego, Calif.) 

Scope and Content

Antireligious publication devoted to atheism, free thought, and radical racial equality

 Folder 3.23 Posse Comitatus (Portland, Or.): Reprint of article from Redding Record Searchlight, 16 August 1975 

 Folder 3.24 Billy James Hargis' Christian Crusade (Tulsa, Okla.) publications 

 Folder 3.25 Miscellaneous material on school prayer 

 Folder 3.26 Miscellaneous conservative Christian material 

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Box 4: Anti-Semitic Literature and Jewish Literature 

 Folder 4.1 Patriots Inter-Organizational Communication Center (Norborne, Mo.): Letter (copy), Robert B. DePugh to Edward R. Fields, 6 October 1978 

 Folder 4.2 Pamphlet: "Why Are Jews Persecuted for Their Religion," undated 

 Folder 4.3 "Zionism's Master Plan for the World," from Christian Nationalist Crusade, undated 

 Folder 4.4 "The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion," by Victor Marsden, undated 

 Folder 4.5 Pamphlet "An Open Letter to Any Minster Who Teaches 'the Jews are Israel'," by Sheldon Emry, distributed by Lord's Covenant Church, 1976 

 Folder 4.6 Pamphlet "Jews Behind Race Mixing," by Dr. Edward R. Fields, distributed by The Thunderbolt, undated 

 Folder 4.7 "The Talmud Unmasked," by Rev. I. B. Prainitis, distributed by The Thunderbolt, undated 

 Folder 4.8 Jar News (Institute for American Research Membership Newsletter), November 1978 

 Folder 4.9 Writings on "Pharisaic Conspiracy," by "The Patriot" and "A Soldier of the Cross," undated 

 Folder 4.10 Jewish Guardian, four issues, 1975-1978 

 Folder 4.11 Your Heritage, by Bertrand L. Comparet, undated 

 Folder 4.12 Pamphlet: "The Jewish Right: 'Our Credo'," undated 

 Folder 4.13 Reprint of article from Saturday Evening Post, by Howard Singer, "Don't Try to Sell Me Your Religion," 1967 

 Folder 4.14 Miscellaneous Anti-Semitic literature 

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Box 5: Anti-Communist Literature 

 Folder 5.1 Committee of Ten Million (Independence, Mo.) materials 

 Folder 5.2 Stockholders for World Freedom (Woodland Hills, Calif.) materials 

 Folder 5.3 Freedom Leadership Foundation (Washington, D.C.) pamphlet 

 Folder 5.4 American Security Council (Washington, D.C.): Washington Report, September 1977 

 Folder 5.5 American Adviser (Sapulpa, Okla.): three issues, 1977-1978 

 Folder 5.6 Dan Smoot Report (Dallas, Tex.): Eight issues, 1961, 1966, 1971 

 Folder 5.7 Liberty League News (New Salem, N.D.), April 1962 

 Folder 5.8 Honest Dollar Committee (Jackson, Miss.) broadsheet, undated 

 Folder 5.9 Agnes Murphy, An Evil Tree: The Story of Communism, 1962 

 Folder 5.10 Replica, March 1978 

 Folder 5.11 Frank Britton, Behind Communism, undated 

 Folder 5.12 Spearhead, May 1978 

 Folder 5.13 Robert B. Depugh, Blueprint for Victory, 1978 

 Folder 5.14 Dr. Fred Schwarz, You Can Trust the Communists (To Be Communist), 1969 

 Folder 5.15 Manning Johnson, Color, Communism and Common Sense, 1958 

 Folder 5.16 Robert H. Williams, The Anti-Defamation League and Its Use in the World Communist Offensive, 1947 

 Folder 5.17 You Are Not Needed: A Battle Cry, 1962 

 Folder 5.18 Fred C. Koch, A Businessman Looks at Communism, undated 

 Folder 5.19 Miscellaneous pamphlets on communism 

 Folder 5.20 Miscellaneous anti-communist material 

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Box 6: Conservative Political Literature 

 Folder 6.1 National Federation of American Party Women (Hot Springs, Ark.): Anti-ERA Pamphlet, undated 

 Folder 6.2 Phyllis Schlafly material 

 Folder 6.3 Citizens for the Republic (Santa Monica, Calif.) newsletter, scattered issues, 1976-1979 

 Folder 6.4 Richard Cotton's Conservative Viewpoint (Glens Falls, N.Y.), scattered issues, 1976-1978 

 Folder 6.5 Common Cause (Washington, D.C.) pamphlets 

 Folder 6.6 Liberty Lobby (Washington, D.C.) materials 

 Folder 6.7 Patriotic Americans United to Save the Foundations of American Freedom (Phoenix, Ariz.): We the People, three issues, 1978-1979 

 Folder 6.8 American Majority Party (Hooksett, N.H.): Majority News and Views, three issues, 1978 

 Folder 6.9 United Republicans of America (Washington D.C.) contribution form, 1968 

 Folder 6.10 United Congressional Appeal (Washington, D.C.) Questions and Answer sheet, undated 

 Folder 6.11 American Conservative Union (Washington, D.C.): Battleline, July 1978 

 Folder 6.12 How-They-Vote-Committee (Philadelphia, Penn.) materials 

 Folder 6.13 Behind the Scenes in Washington, scattered issues, 1978 

 Folder 6.14 Third Force (Scottsdale, Ariz.) materials 

 Folder 6.15 Conservative Caucus (Falls Church, Va.) materials 

 Folder 6.16 The Carter Watch, October 1977, August 1978 

 Folder 6.17 Voice of Florida, March-April 1978 

 Folder 6.18 The Fact Finder (Phoenix, Ariz.), scattered issues, 1978 

 Folder 6.19 Voter's Spotlight, November and December 1978 

 Folder 6.20 Conservative Digest, March 1978 (Falls Church, Va.) 

 Folder 6.21 Washington Observer Newsletter, 15 December 1968 

 Folder 6.22 Young Americans for Freedom (Sterling, Va.) publications 

 Folder 6.23 Youth Action (Alexandria, Va.): Youth Action News, August 1974, July 1976 

 Folder 6.24 Miscellaneous Conservative Political material 

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Box 7: Big Business/Labor, Tax Reform and Constitutional Party Material 

 Folder 7.1 Americans for Constitutional Action (Washington, D. C.) Index, 1978 

Scope and Content

Analysis of voting record of Congressional members, 95th Congress, 2nd Session

 Folder 7.2 Committee to Restore the Constitution (Fort Collins, Colo.) materials 

 Folder 7.3 The Constitutions of the U. S. A. and the C. S. A. Paralleled, undated 

 Folder 7.4 The Freemen Digest, May 1978 

 Folder 7.5 The Key, December 1975 

 Folder 7.6 The Key, 1976 

 Folder 7.7 The Key, 1977 

 Folder 7.8 The Key, 1978 

 Folder 7.9 Task Force (Annandale, Va.) materials 

 Folder 7.10 University Professors for Academic Order (Corvallis, Colo.) materials 

 Folder 7.11 Manion Forum (South Bend, Ind.) materials 

 Folder 7.12 National Right to Work Committee (Fairfax, Va.) materials 

 Folder 7.13 Automation and Unemployment, 1961 

 Folder 7.14 Anti-A.C.L.U. leaflet, undated 

 Folder 7.15 Liberty Amendment Committee of the U.S.A. (Provo, Utah) materials 

 Folder 7.16 Pacific Legal Foundation (Sacramento, Calif.) materials 

 Folder 7.17 Citizen's Choice (Washington, D.C.) materials 

 Folder 7.18 Murray A. Wiedenbaum, The New Wave of Government Regulation in Business, 1976 

 Folder 7.19 Jag (Report dedicated to... Free Enterprise System, Oelwein, Iowa), two issues, 1978 

 Folder 7.20 Miscellaneous material on Taxation/Tax Reform 

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Box 8: Mississippi Organizations, National Socialist and Nationalist Literature 

 Folder 8.1 Battlefront (America's Victory Force Fighting Journal, Jackson, Miss.), February-March 1969, April-May 1971 

 Folder 8.2 Patriotic American Youth (Jackson, Miss.) materials 

 Folder 8.3 Women for Constitutional Government (Jackson, Miss.) materials 

 Folder 8.4 Dan Smoot Report featuring article "The Mississippi Tragedy," 8 October 1962 

 Folder 8.5 Committee for Constitutional Rights of Mississippi Citizens (Jackson, Miss.) broadside 

 Folder 8.6 Constitution Party of Mississippi (Jackson, Miss.) materials 

 Folder 8.7 Mississippi American Party Constitution, undated 

 Folder 8.8 The Citizen Observer (Jackson, Miss.), scattered issues, 1974-1975 

 Folder 8.9 National Alliance (Washington, D.C.) materials 

 Folder 8.10 National Socialist White People's Party (Arlington, Va.) materials 

 Folder 8.11 National Socialist White Worker's Party (San Francisco, Calif.) materials 

 Folder 8.12 Miscellaneous material on National Socialism 

 Folder 8.13 National States' Rights Party (Marietta, Ga.) materials 

 Folder 8.14 African material: 

Reprint of article from London Sunday Telegraph, 20 February 1977 

Focus on Rhodesia, undated 

 Folder 8.15 British material 

 Folder 8.16 Canadian material 

 Folder 8.17 German material 

 Folder 8.18 United Nations material 

 Folder 8.19 Pamphlet: "The Bigots Behind the Swastika Spree," 1960 

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Box 9: Miscellaneous 

 Folder 9.1 Libertarian Law Notes, Fall 1977 and Fall 1978 

 Folder 9.2 Libertarian Review, July 1977, April 1978 and May 1978 

 Folder 9.3 Ralph Raico, "Gay Rights: A Libertarian Approach," undated 

 Folder 9.4 Americans for Effective Law Enforcement materials 

 Folder 9.5 Miscellaneous material on gun control 

 Folder 9.6 Movement to Restore Decency (Belmont, Mass. or San Marino, Calif.) materials, 1967-1969 

 Folder 9.7 Our Western World, July-August 1976 

 Folder 9.8 The Capitol Dome, August 1978 

 Folder 9.9 Alan Stang Report, 26 April 1976 

 Folder 9.10 Miscellaneous 

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Box 10 (OVRS): The Spotlight 

Scope and Content

Weekly newspaper published by the Liberty Lobby, an antisemitic, right-wing political advocacy group

Scattered issues, 17 September 1975-5 February 1979 

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Box 11 (OVRS): Miscellaneous Newspapers 

Human Events, scattered issues, 1962, 1978-1979 

Christian Vanguard, December 1974, December 1975, April 1976 

Christian Crusade, 1 June 1978, 1 August 1978 

Christian Beacon, three issues, 1977 

National Educator, four issues, 1976, 1978 

Swinging Sword, two issues, 1975 

Parallax View, scattered issues, 1975-1976 

Councilor, 3 October 1964, 18 May 1972, 30 December 1978 

Armed Citizen News, three issues, 1975, 1978 

P. A. Y. News, three issues, 1977-1978 

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Box 12 (OVRS): Miscellaneous Newspapers and Other Oversize Materials 

National Chronicle, 3 August 1978, 10 August 1978 

American Sunbeam, 29 May 1978, 3 July 1978 

Frontline, May-June 1978 

Challenge, 8 August 1979 

Conservative Viewpoint, 15 July 1965 

American Patriot, July, August, November, December 1978 

Independent American, September-October 1978 

American, February 1978, September-October 1978 

Tax Revolt, 7 August 1978 

American Independent, Fall 1975 

Police Times, June 1978 

Bossier Press, 22 February 1967 

Shreveport Citizen, November 1977 

American Mercury Religious Supplement, undated 

Common Sense, June 1967 

Woman Constitutionalist, 23 September 1978 

Loompanics Limited, Fall 1978 

Liberty Ledger, 1975 

America First, undated 

Public Scrutiny, June-August 1978 

Rising Tide, 1-14 May 1978, 22 May-5 June 1978 

National Vanguard, Spring Issue, undated 

National Front News, No. 13 

Reprint of article from Campus Encounter, "Love Without Fear," undated 

Internal Capture of United States, undated 

Report to American People on Financing of Congressional Election Campaigns, May 1977 

National Eagle, 1963 

Citizen Observer, 1971 

Directory of 59th Congress, 1977 

Reprint of article from Saturday Evening Post, 27 August 1907 

"Are You Confused," newspaper, undated 

Broadsheet "Communist Plans for Terrorism," 1975 

Order form for The World Conquerors, undated 

Mississippi Conservative Challenge, April 1963 

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