Rhythm, Riots and Revolution
Tulsa: Christian Crusade Publications, 1966. An extensive analysis of the Communist use of music, which the author claims is used to dissolve the boundary between classical music and popular music through perverted forms (such as jungle music) and to “destroy the mental and emotional stability of America’s youth through a scheme capable of producing mass neurosis” (p. 12). Appendixes include photostat reprints of various anti-Communist documents and reports. Noebel served in a variety of roles for Billy James Hargis’ Christian Crusade and authored the popular booklet, Communism, Hypnotism and the Beatles. Rhythm, Riots and Revolution was essentially an extension of that thesis.
Mass market format, 352 p. Rubbing to wrappers, spine cocked, clean throughout. Item #8892