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The Library Of Political Secrets

This was a series of pamphlets published in the USA during the 1970s, the series author being a Hungarian dissident by the name of Itsvan Bakony. The theme of the work was the history of jews and their relationship around the world within their Communism/Capitalism dialectic of The Cold War era.

What is Judaism?

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Sziliczei V. Gyula

From the Ghetto to the Throne (1878)

From the Ghetto to the Throne (1878) by Sziliczei V. Gyula

Discusses the Jewish Question from a Hungarian viewpoint following World War One.

2021 Edition

This is one of those rare, banned books from a century ago which
has been since “memory-holed” to continue the Orwellian parlance,
and for good reason, as it presents and paints an uncomf...

The Jewish Question in Europe

The Jewish Question in Europe: The Causes, The Effects, The Remedies (1890)

from La Civilta Cattolica, vol. VII, no. XIV. 1890 (Oct, Nov, Dec)

The Jewish Question in Europe: The Causes, The Effects, The Remedies (1890) by The Jewish Question in Europe

The nineteenth century will soon close upon Europe, leaving behind a very sad question, because of which, in the twentieth century, there will perhaps result such calami...

Ernest Elmhurst

What is a Jew-Baiter? (1938)

What is a Jew-Baiter? (1938) by Ernest Elmhurst

The other day I got a letter from a Congressman. It was not the Congressman in my home district. It was not a letter asking me to vote for him. Emphatically it was not a letter soliciting me to contribute to his campaign expenses. It was a different kind of a letter entirely. In fact, this Congres...

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...