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WELCH, Robert. What is the John Birch Society? (Belmont, MA: The John BirchSociety, 1970). Pp. (2),-32, including covers. 8vo, stapled printed blu e and white wraps. A volume in the American Opinion Reprint Series. "The Communists seek unlimited power for themselves over the whole human race... The Communists believe that any means must be used to attain their ends... The Communists accuse their enemies of exactly those crimes which the Communists themselves are committing... The Communists believe that words should be used to conceal thoughts... The Communists operate in secrecy and darkness... The Communists seek to break down all morality, all tradition, and todestroy the whole spiritual and esthetic sense of values... The Communists believe that man is just a material combination of atoms, [that no] Divine Creator has endowed man with a purpose and an upward reach... The Communis ts openly preach that 'men must learn to hate'... The John Birch Society hates nobody, not even the Communists, [...] and unites [...] large mixed audeiences [...] to work on a common problem. [...] In one single night I had gathered around my table a Catholic, a Negro, a Jew, and members of my fundamentalist church[!]" - from the final two pages. Vg. 10.00
Title: What is the John Birch Society?
Publisher: American Opinion / The John Birch Society, Belmont, MA, 1970,:
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