Denham Springs, Louisiana: Patriot Press, [197-]. A leaflet from David Duke’s Knights of the Ku Klux Klan imprint, Patriot Press, reprinting a cartoon that likely originated with the American Nazi Party or the National Renaissance Party. The recto features a two-panel cartoon depicting a caricatured Black man being welcomed at the employment office and a working class White man being kicked out. The text references all of the “special rights” given to minorities at the expense of the native White majority whose only ‘crime’ “is building this great country, our Constitution, our Christian faith, our scientific and cultural progress.” The text then presents the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, “a brotherhood of White men and women dedicated to the enrichment of Western Civilization,” as the savior of the Whites now being given short shrift. The leaflet concludes with a map to the Patriot Bookstore and ordering instructions for copies of the leaflet.
A sheet measuring 5 ½” x 8 ½” printed on both sides, illus. A Fine copy. Item #9300