American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", February (Feb.) 1961, Volume XCII No. 445 - The Smut Racket Must Be Stopped / Major George R. Jordan


132 pages. Features: It is Happening Here - Current Misconceptions about Communism, by Revilo Oliver; Lincoln's Greatness - 1865; Are Churchmen Burying Us?; Thunder Frightens - Lightning Kills - The Soviet Union and Psychological Warfare; African Witches' Brew Concocted in Moscow - by Major George R. Jordan, author of "From Major Jordan's Diaries"; The Smut Racket Must Be Stopped - "The most infectious point of the disease is the family mailbox. It is here that so much of the pornographical sewage is dumped into the hands of so many of our children"; Let's Take a Look at the Good Guy; "From Your Valentine"; They Make Earthquakes - using seismic technology to find oil; Is Cultural Diplomacy the Road to Peace?; Hollywood Makes Me Laugh - M.J.R. Arthur's journey to the Panamanian jungle; From Religious Rite to Billion-Dollar Business - the origin of the popular pastime of bowling may astonish you; Alcoholism - a major problem; Slave Labor - USSR; What Kind of "Tic" Do You Have?; Foreign Aid Summary; Subjection... Disguised as Rebellion - progress that veers left tends toward subjection; research is Risky Business; We Adopted Two Orphans - Madeline Angell and two squirrels; Socialism by Default; Food for Peace and the UN; Benefit Program; The Administrative Agency Colossus - how laws are made and perverted with neither Congressional action nor judicial review; Guard Our Youth; A Growing Indignation - distrust and resentment to decisions from the Supreme Court; That Temporary Act - enacted as an emergency 26 years ago the TAA has been a millstone around the neck of U.S. industry; How to Win a War; and more. Moderate wear. A sound vintage copy bearing the address label of noted Madison, WI architect William Kaeser.

Title: American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", February (Feb.) 1961, Volume XCII No. 445 - The Smut Racket Must Be Stopped / Major George R. Jordan

Author Name: Lipscomb, Ed; Oliver, Revilo P.; Schwengel, Hon. Fred; Mundt, Hon. Karl E.; Jordan, Major George R.; et al

Categories: Conspiracy, Politics, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A., Defenders of the Faith: 1961

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 759H2237

Keywords: American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", February (Feb.) 1961, Volume XCII No. 445 - African Witches' Brew / The Smut Racket Must Be Stopped It is Happening Here - Current Misconceptions about Communism, by Revilo Oliver; Lincoln's Greatness - 1865; Are Churchmen Burying Us?; Thunder Frightens - Lightning Kills - The Soviet Union and Psychological Warfare; African Witches' Brew Concocted in Moscow - by Major George R. Jordan, author of "From Major Jordan's Diaries"; The Smut Racket Must Be Stopped - "The most infectious point of the disease is the family mailbox. It is here that so much of the pornographical sewage is dumped into the hands of so many of our children"; Let's Take a Look at the Good Guy; "From Your Valentine"; They Make Earthquakes - using seismic technology to find oil; Is Cultural Diplomacy the Road to Peace?; Hollywood Makes Me Laugh - M.J.R. Arthur's journey to the Panamanian jungle; From Religious Rite to Billion-Dollar Business - the origin of the popular pastime of bowling may astonish you; Alcoholism - a major problem; Slave Labor - USSR; What Kind of "Tic" Do You Have?; Foreign Aid Summary; Subjection... Disguised as Rebellion - progress that veers left tends toward subjection; research is Risky Business; We Adopted Two Orphans - Madeline Angell and two squirrels; Socialism by Default; Food for Peace and the UN; Benefit Program; The Administrative Agency Colossus - how laws are made and perverted with neither Congressional action nor judicial review; Guard Our Youth; A Growing Indignation - distrust and resentment to decisions from the Supreme Court; That Temporary Act - enacted as an emergency 26 years ago the TAA has been a millstone around the neck of U.S. industry; How to Win a War,