Flesherton, ON: Canadian Intelligence Publications, 1958-62. Each issue one or two unbound sheets folded (7” x 9 ¼”), 4 or 8 pp. All issues Near Fine. A few dozen institutions in WorldCat show scattered holdings.
One issue and eight supplementary sections of Ron Gostick’s long-running Canadian Intelligence Service, a far right bulletin issued from his home of Flesherton, Ontario. Coverage for these issues is almost exclusively anti-Communist and touches on the concept of “universal brotherhood,” mental health as Communist brainwashing, Red labor in Canada, resurgent conservatism (two parts), “peace” and “disarmament” as Red ruse, etc. Although Gostick’s bulletin is frequently characterized as anti-Semitic - and at times it’s hard to deny the charge - none of these issues feature overt instances of anti-Semitism. Item #06126