St. Louis: Christian Nationalist Crusade, [195-]. First edition. A fulsome tribute by far right demagogue, Gerald L. K. Smith, to fellow demagogue, Mississippi Congressman, John Elliott Rankin, who used his long-time political position to oppose integration, non-white immigration and Jewish influence. Smith discusses Rankin’s many enemies including, “The Communist Party, The Zionist apostate Jews, The Red negro organizations, The Internationalists, The world government traitors, The Anti-Defamation League, The Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, All mongrelizers, Walter Winchell (b. Lipschitz), Drew Pearson, and The monopoly interests.” Includes a short background on Rankin, excerpts from some of his Congressional speeches, with a majority of the pamphlet focused on the alleged discriminatory policies of the Fair Employment Practices Committee - against white people, replete with tables juxtaposing white and colored employees.
Stapled, photo-illustrated wrappers (5 ½” x 7 ¾”) printed on pulp paper, 38,  pp. Browning to wrappers, else Fine. Less than a dozen copies in OCLC institutions. [SINGERMAN, 0751]. Item #07618