Rev. Martin Luther King: Man of Peace or Apostle of Violence?

By: Ashbrook, John M.

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Six-page tri-fold leaflet reproducing an excerrpt from the Congressional Record for Oct. 4, 1967. The leaflet is largely an abridged version of a speech by arch-conservative Rep. John M. Ashbrook excoriating Dr. Martin Luther King as a fellow-traveler with the U.S. Communist Party. Leaflet is folded in half and lightly yellowed, but still intact. Red stamping shows it was distributed by the Illinois Small Business Man's Association, based in Chicago. An artifact of the volatile Sixties period. . Size: Folio -- 14 in Tall By 8 In Wide

Title: Rev. Martin Luther King: Man of Peace or Apostle of Violence?

Author Name: Ashbrook, John M.

Categories: Ephemera, Politics,

Edition: Oct. 4, 1967.

Publisher: Washingon, D.C., Congressional Record: 1967

Binding: Leaflet

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Ephemera

Seller ID: 005677

Keywords: CONGRESS. CIVIL RIGHTS. SIXTIES. FAR-RIGHT. CONSERVATISM. MARTIN LUTHER KING. DISOBEDIENCE. U.S. COMMUNIST PARTY.