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Arnold Spencer Leese

Our Seditious Cartoon Book (1946)

Our Seditious Cartoon Book (1946) by Arnold Spencer Leese

Some cartoons which in the modern world would be regarded as politically incorrect.

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Elizabeth Dilling

The Red Betrayal of The Churches (1938)

The Red Betrayal of The Churches (1938) by Elizabeth Dilling

Just as Judas by acting as one of the beloved disciples of Jesus Christ, living with Him, eating out of the same dish with Him, with a kiss was able to betray Him to the soldiers to be crucified, as no stranger could have done, so, through the ages, the eternal Judas has worked for the...

Leonard Young

Deadlier Than the H-Bomb (1956)

Deadlier Than the H-Bomb (1956) by Leonard Young

Having fought against tyranny for thousands of years and having been sustained by a strong faith throughout, first, the Druidic and then the Christian, are we now going to let our Christian and British faith and traditions go by default and tamely submit to the worst tyranny the world has ever kno...

C. M. Churchward

The Rising Tide Of Communism (1943)

The Rising Tide Of Communism (1943) by C. M. Churchward

Though I am sometimes charged, and sometimes credited, with being a Communist, I make no such pretensions concerning myself. I am not a member of the Communist Party, neither am I wholeheartedly in sympathy with communism, either as to its teachings or as to its practices. This however, let...

Charles Edward Coughlin

Father Coughlin Answers His Critics (1953)

Father Coughlin Answers His Critics (1953) by Charles Edward Coughlin

Father Charles Edward Coughlin was one of the most influential American figures of the 1930s. He published Social Justice magazine with a circulation of 900,000, and 220 employees. It was larger than most daily newspapers today. He had the most popular weekly radio program of...