Hollywood, CA: Cinema Education Guild, 1952. First Edition. Anti-communist attack on the United Nations, based on an address to the Fellows of the Cinema Educational Guild in 1952. Fagan (1887-1972) began his career as a Hollywood screenwriter in the Thirties; during the Depression he became increasingly interested in far right causes and the International Conspiracy; by the late Forties he had founded the Cinema Education Guild to expose what he saw as the looming "communist conspiracy in Hollywood." Fagan was a key figure in the development of the modern "Illuminati" conspiracy, which contends that a shadowy, internationalist cabal, composed of politicians and financiers and organized through the Council on Foreign Relations, is plotting for world domination. Small octavo (20cm). Printed card wrappers; 28pp. Mild external wear; Near Fine.