Wyandotte, Michigan: Independent Publishers, 1953. First edition. Red card wrappers (5 ¼” x 7 ½”) with anti-Semitic illustration to cover, 111 pp., illus. Very light wear to wrappers, about Near Fine. Nine copies in WorldCat institutions.
Through a series of conversations with an old Russian (with the authentic Russian name of “Henry Angel”), the presumably pseudonymous author, described herein as “Professor Haven,” begins to understand the extent of Communist infiltration in the U.S. and the prominent Jews at the root of the conspiracy. Angel describes the unfolding of the Russian Revolution and maintains that the U.S. is closer to a communist dictatorship than either England or Canada. Haven, through his own research, then asserts: “There exists a strong, excellently organized group of (((rich people))) who direct these international assassinations of anti-bolsheviks.” He then discusses the various spies and traitors undermining American democracy and the prominent Jews such as Felix Frankfurter and Walter Winchell who are shaping public opinion and political policies in favor of Jewish Communism. An uncommon work dispelling typical anti-Jewish canards. [SINGERMAN, 0884]. Item #06178