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Douglas A. Hyde

Communism from the Inside (1948)

Communism from the Inside (1948) by Douglas A. Hyde

An insider who worked 8 years for Communist The Daily Worker newspaper, editor for 5, resigns to be a Catholic and reveals all.

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Charles E. Coughlin

I Take My Stand (1940)

I Take My Stand (1940) by Charles E. 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 all time, with some 40 m...

Gerald Burton Winrod

The Hidden Hand: The Protocols and the Coming Superman (1933)

The Hidden Hand: The Protocols and the Coming Superman (1933) by Gerald Burton Winrod

THE CHOSEN PEOPLE

I am not an enemy of the Jews. For many years my written and spoken utterances have abounded with such phrases as, "There is a very real sense in which the Jews are God's Chosen People. Taken as a whole they are the most remarkable race of p...

Catherine Palfrey Baldwin

And Men Wept (1954)

And Men Wept (1954) by Catherine Palfrey Baldwin

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AND MEN WEPT:- This was the outstanding remark after the Republican Convention, Chicago, 1952. Why did they weep? Did they suddenly realize that unwittingly perhaps, unknowingly, they had been part of the betrayal of their country? Never was there a more flagrant flouting of the will of...

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...