New York City: Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to Champion Human Rights, Inc., . A Non-Sectarian League publication on the danger posed by Nazi sympathizer Joseph McWilliams (1904-1996) who was running for Congress in the 18th District in New York City. McWilliams, who was born on a Cheyenne reservation in Oklahoma, was a committed Communist during the 1930s before embracing Nazism in 1939. He became a fiery orator and aligned himself with the Christian Front before founding a splinter group called the Christian Mobilizers and a political party called the American Destiny Party. McWilliams worked alongside the German-American Bund and was one of the defendants in the Great Sedition Trial of 1944.
A single sheet of coated stock folded (9” x 8”), 4 p. Six black & white photographs of McWilliams, Bundists, and Christian Mobilizers. Vertical crease from folding; wear to fold. The only copy we could locate institutionally is in the Records of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to Champion Human Rights held at Columbia. Scarce. Item #10786