N.d., s.i. [but: Sons of Liberty, ca 1980s?]. On Communist infiltration of the American television industry.
Apparently a reprint of no. 83 in Fagan's "News-Bulletin" series (ca. 1961), but reprinted without the original title page. Based on cover typography, this appears to be a ca. 1970s-80s reprint, issued sans imprint but likely from the Metairie, Louisiana-based Sons of Liberty, a far-right Christian identity publishing house founded by James K. Warner, a disaffected disciple of George Lincoln Rockwell, reputedly expelled from the American Nazi Party for stealing their mailing lists. Not in Singerman, Antisemitic Propaganda. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed card wrappers; 24pp. Trivial toning to wrapper edges; Fine.