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The Moscow Treaty, Prepared as a Joint Project of the Research Staffs of Americans for National Security and Liberty Lobby

Americans for National Security and Liberty Lobby

Verlag: Liberty Lobby, Washington, DC, 1964
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The Moscow Treaty that this pamphlet refers to is the Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapon Tests in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space and Under Water. From Wikipedia: "Liberty Lobby was an antisemitic American political advocacy organization founded in 1958 that went bankrupt in 2001. It was founded by Willis Carto and described itself as "a pressure group for patriotism; the only lobby in Washington, D.C., registered with Congress which is wholly dedicated to the advancement of government policies based on our Constitution and conservative principles. Liberty Lobby was the subject of much criticism from all quarters of the political spectrum from the first day of its founding. Liberty Lobby described itself as a conservative political organization, but its founder, Willis Carto, was known to hold strongly antisemitic views, and to be a devotee of the writings of Francis Parker Yockey, who was one of a handful of esoteric post-World War II writers who revered Adolf Hitler. Yockey, writing under the pseudonym of Ulick Varange, wrote a book entitled Imperium: The Philosophy of History and Politics, which Carto adopted as his own guiding ideology. Many critics, including disgruntled former Carto associates as well as the Anti-Defamation League (a group that fights antisemitism and Holocaust denial), have noted that Carto, more than anybody else, was responsible for keeping organized antisemitism alive as a viable political movement during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, when it was otherwise completely discredited. Evidence for the antisemitic stance of Liberty Lobby began to mount when numerous letters by Carto excoriating the Jews (and blaming them for world miseries) began to surface. "How could the West [have] been so blind. It was the Jews and their lies that blinded the West as to what Germany was doing. Hitler's defeat was the defeat of Europe and America." Carto's letters eventually became the subject of a federal civil lawsuit (LIBERTY LOBBY, INC., et al., Appellants, v. Drew PEARSON et al., Appellees. No. 20690. United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit provides an accurate account of the case.Liberty Lobby Inc. v. Pearson (D.D.C., Dec. 20, 1966) 261 F. Supp. 726 aff'd (DC Cir., Dec. 27, 1967) 129 U.S. App.D.C. 74, 390 F.2d 489. There were several other defamation lawsuits arising from publications that described Liberty Lobby as anti-semitic or racist, but it appears that Liberty Lobby never won any of these cases. Liberty Lobby Inc. v. Dow Jones & Co. Inc. (DC Cir., Feb. 5, 1988) 267 U.S. App.D.C. 337, 838 F.2d 1287 cert. den. 488 U.S. 825. Other cited evidence of the group's antisemitic views includes the charge that the group's file cabinets contained extensive pro-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan literature. In 1969, True magazine ran a story by Joe Trento entitled "How Nazi Nut Power Has Invaded Capitol Hill". Repatriation of blacks back to Africa[edit]Starting in October 1966 two American journalists, Drew Pearson and Jack Anderson, published a series of stories under "The Washington Merry-go-round" that recounted the findings of a former employee, Jeremy Horne. [4] Horne said he had discovered a box of correspondence between Carto and numerous government officials establishing the Joint Council of Repatriation (JCR), a forerunner organization to the Liberty Lobby. The JCR stated that their fundamental purpose was to "repatriate" blacks "back to Africa". Ex-Mississippi Supreme Court Justice Tom Brady and various members of the White Citizens' Councils who had worked to established the JCR, also contributed to the founding of Liberty Lobby. Other correspondence referred to U.S. Congressional support for the emerging Liberty Lobby, such as from South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond (Dixiecrat presidential candidate in 1948) and California U.S. Representative James B. Utt. The Liberty Lobby sued for libel based on the stories in a case that went to. Good. No dust jacket. Cover has some wear and soiling. Minor stain on pag. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 67676

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Titel: The Moscow Treaty, Prepared as a Joint ...

Verlag: Liberty Lobby, Washington, DC

Erscheinungsdatum: 1964

Einband: Wraps

Auflage: 1st Edition


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