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Ernest F. Elmhurst

The World Hoax (1938)

The World Hoax (1938) by Ernest F. Elmhurst

CONSIDER this book to be one of the most damning indictments of a people ever penned. With each month that passes, a hundred manuscripts arrive in my printing house with requests that they be read for possible publication. Nine tenths of them concern what some individual merely thinks about this or tha...

L. Fry

The Law of Liberty (1963)

The Law of Liberty (1963) by L. Fry

From the Foreword

The modest little fictional work: THE LAW OF LIBERTY being herewith presented to the public owes its title to the words of the Epistle of St.James the Apostle; it lays no claim to literary talent; it simply indicates the path followed by a mind searching a satisfactory and equitable answer...

Revilo P. Oliver

All America Must Know THE TERROR That Is Upon Us (1959)

All America Must Know THE TERROR That Is Upon Us (1959) by Revilo P. Oliver

From Q speech by Dr. Revilo P. Oliver, University of Illinois Professor of the Classics, in March, 1959, before the DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Annual Illinois State Convention Supplementary notes ore provided to document and, in o few instances, to expand and...

Elijah Ministry

The Cipherers of Sephar (2003)

The Cipherers of Sephar (2003) by Elijah Ministry

An investigation of Sephardim and Ashkenazim Jewish historical origins.

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Bob Darke

The Communist Technique in Britain (1952)

The Communist Technique in Britain (1952) by Bob Darke

BOB DARKE, Hackney Borough Councillor, and for eighteen years a lead- ing Communist until he resigned in May 1951, explains how the British Communist Party can exert an influence vastly out of proportion to its numerical strength. This is not an ex-Communist intellectual's expose but the pla...