Belmont: American Opinion, ©1969. First edition thus. Plain, stapled wrappers (6” x 9”), 12 pp, photographs. A Fine copy. Seven copies found in WorldCat institutions.
A John Birch Society offprint in which the author contends that since there aren’t many blacks in the Southwest to radicalize that the Communists are instead fomenting a “brown revolution.” He claims that the “Marxist” Chavez leads the non-violent arm of the revolution through his United Farm Workers campaign while the violent camp is led by “Marxist revolutionaries Reies Lopez Tijerina and Rudolpho “Corky” Gonzales. He goes on to discuss the various Ford Foundation-funded groups and sub-groups spewing “Marxism and race hate,” such as La Raza Unida, the Southwest council of La Raza, the Mexican-American Youth Organization (MAYO), the Mexican-American Unity Council, and the Brown Berets. Item #06647