Pei-ching Chou Pao

Source: Beijing Review, Hoover DS 701 P42

Presidents of China and Cameroon

Presidents of China and Cameroon

Staff Person: Ralph Scott

Description:
The Hoover collection receives a number of current periodicals that were especially of interest to Dr. Peele who established the collection. Beijing Review is a popular publication from mainland China that is similar in nature to Soviet Life a Russian magazine that was exchanged with the communist bloc countries as cultural materials during the cold war. In exchange for the distribution of US Information Agency publications in Communist countries, the mainland Chinese were allow to send similar type publications to America. Beijing Review is a relic of this type of Cold War information exchange. The Hoover collection has files dating back of 1979 of this title. The issue displayed here is typical of topics covered in the periodical. The Romanized title of the periodical is: Pei-ching chou pao.

Joseph McCarthy

Source:

Red-addled brain behind the Scripps-Howard smear of Joseph McCarthy.

Red-addled brain behind the Scripps-Howard smear of Joseph McCarthy.

The Red-Addled Brain Behind the Scripps-Howard Smear of Joseph McCarthy, Hoover Pamphlet, E748.M143 K36 1954

Staff Person: Maury York

Description:

This pamphlet by Joseph P. Kamp denounces efforts by Frederick Woltman of Scripps-Howard newspapers to “destroy” anti-communist leader Joseph McCarthy. According to Kamp, “Red Fred” Woltman “stabbed Joe McCarthy in the back . . . in the pages of the Scripps-Howard newspapers . . . Just how much the cause of communism will be helped . . . by this foul betrayal will depend on how well the public comes to know and understand . . . the treachery of this modern Judas.”

This and many other pro- and anti-communist tracts are available in the Hoover Collection on International Communism. The call number for this pamphlet is E748.M143 K36 1954.

Rhythm, Riots & Revolution

Source: Rhythm, Riots and Revolution, Hoover ML/3795/N635

Cover of Rhythm, riots and revolution.

Cover of Rhythm, riots and revolution.

Staff Person: Ralph Scott

Description:
” . . . the author of this book {and the best seller . . . “Communism, Hypnotism & the Beetles”} I have called “America’s most needed book of 1966.” When I first recognized his leadership ability, he was pastor of a Bible Church in Madison, Wisconsin, where he was working on his Doctorate in Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin. Rev. Noebel enthusiastically joined our team and has become a leading spokesman for Christian Crusade in recent months.” — Dr. Billy James Hargis, Christian Crusade, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

David A. Noebel, Rhythm, Riots and Revolution, Tulsa, Christian Crusade Publications, 1966. {352pp.,} 17 cm. Hoover ML 3795 N635

Dr. Peel, collector of the Hoover collection materials has made a manuscript notation on page 111 that “Russia outlaws Rock n’ Roll.”

May Day: 1938 for Democracy, Jobs, Security, Peace!

Source: May Day: 1938 for Democracy, Jobs, Security, Peace!, Hoover Pamphlet HX86.M34 1938

Staff Person: Maury York

Description:
This pamphlet, published by the Workers Library Publishers (New York) in 1938, is from the rich holdings of the Hoover Collection on International Communism. Decrying the efforts of “hard-faced reactionaries of fabulous wealth” to undermine the desires of the common people of America, the author tells what working people want: “We want democracy. We want jobs. We want security. We want peace.”

May Day: 1938 for Democracy, Jobs, Security, Peace!

May Day: 1938 for Democracy, Jobs, Security, Peace!