1. The Age of Surveillance, Frank Donner, Vintage Books, 1981, p30.
2. The Age of Surveillance, p47-46.
4. The Age of Surveillance, p125.
5. The Age of Surveillance, p118.
6. The Age of Surveillance, p86.
7. Facts and Fascism, George Seldes, In fact Inc., 1943, p158-184.
8. The reader should be aware that the Reader’s Digest is still a hotbed of reactionary right wingers. The present editor Eugene Lyons has been and officer of both right wing extremist groups the Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, American Enterprise Institute and Accuracy in the Media. In addition the Wallace foundation has made numerous grants to the American Enterprise Institute. The point for the reader here is to show how the pro-fascist of the 1930s are still exerting an influence today.
9. Facts and Fascism, p158.
10. The Age of Surveillance, p86-87.
11. The Age of Surveillance, p 98-99.
12. The Age of Surveillance, p 174.
13. The Age of Surveillance, p50.
14. The Age of Surveillance, p 417.
16. The Plotters, John Roy Carlson, E.P. Dutton, 1946.
17. Facts and Fascism, George Seldes, In Fact, 1943.
18. Facts and Fascism, p99.
19. Roads to Dominion, Sara Diamond, Guilford Press, 1995, p315-316.
20. Hoover and the Un-Americans, Kenneth O’Reilly, Temple University Press, 1983, p141.
21. Hoover, p70.
22. Hoover, p50-51.
23. Hoover, p52.
24. Hoover, p53.
25. Hoover, p54-55.
27. Uneasy Partners: Big Business in American Politics 1945-1990, Kim McQuid, John Hopkins Press, 1994, p36-37.
28. Uneasy Partners, p23-24.
29. The Politics of Unreason, Seymour Lipset & Earl Raab, Harper &Row, 1970, p435.
30. The Politics of Unreason, p158-159.
31. Roads to Dominion, p238.
32. The Politics of Unreason, p47-61.
33. Men of the Far Right, Richard Dudman, Pyramid, 1962, p132.
34. Roads to Dominion, p98-99.
35. Power on the Right, William Turner, Ramparts, 1971, p134.
36. The Radical Right, Benjamin Epstein & Arnold Foster, Vintage, 1967, p207-208.
37. Roads to Dominion, p95-97.
38. Spiritaul Warfare, Sara Diamond, South End Press, 1989, p46-47.
39. http://www.infidels.org/library/historica…dreiser/church_and_wealth_in _america.html
40. The Warfare State, Fred Cook, Collier, 1964, p297-298
41. It’s a Secret, Henry Hoke, Pamphlet Press, 1946, p70-73.
42. http://www.ssa.gov/history/fdrstmts.html#bill of rights
43. American Swastika, Charles Higham, Doubleday, 1985, p135.
44. American Swastika, p136-138.
45. Another association and seemingly innocence between fascist and Reagan was his refusal to grant a extradition request from Jim Garrison for Edgar Eugene Bradley, a right wing preacher from North Hollywood, California and part-time assistant to Carl McIntire, the fundamentalist minister who had founded the American Counsel of Christian Churches. This is the only time in the history of California that a governor refused an extradition request. In one theory of the assassination of JFK McIntire’s group played a pivotal role. What is known was Bradley identified himself as a Secret Service agent to Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig in Dallas the day of the assassination shortly after the fatal bullets had been fired. Likewise it should be noted that Bradley filed and won a libel suit over this incident. http://www.ratical.org/ratville/JFK/WTKaP.html
46. American Swastika, p147.
47. American Swastika, p 191-193.
48. American Swastika, p194-195.
50. Treason;s Peace, Howard Amruster, Crossroads, 1947, p494-495.
53. The War Lords Of Washington ,Bruce Catton, Harcourt, Brace and Co, 1948, p244.
54. The War Lords, p102.
56.Rueters news wire, US Firms’ Connection to Nazis Detailed, 1/14/99.
57. Trading with the Enemy, Charles Higham, Barnes & Noble, 1995, p1-19.
58. Trading with the Enemy, p20-31.
59. Trading with the Enemy, p27.
60. Trading with the Enemy, p40-41.
61. Trading with the Enemy, p38-39.
62. Trading with the Enemy, p84.
63. Trading with the Enemy, p93-115.
64. Trading with the Enemy, p130-153.
65. The Arrogance of Power, Anthony Summers, Viling, 2000, p63.
66. The Arrogance of Power, p401.
67. One Thousand Americans, George Seldes, Boni & Gaer, 1947, p252.
68. One Thousand, p252.
69. One Thousand, p253.
70. One Thousand, p292.
71. The Secret War Against The Jews, John Loftus, Mark Aarons, St Martins, 1994, p74.
72. The Jewish Threat, Joseph Bendersky, Perseus Books, 2000, p232,238, 274-279.
73. Facts and Fascism, p262.
74. Business As Usual, I.F. Stone, Modern Age Books, 1941, p63.
75. Business As Usual, p64.
76. Business As Usual, p73.
77. Business As Usual, p30-34.
78. Business As Usual, p84.
79. Business As Usual, p89.
80. Business As Usual, p98-102.
81. Business As Usual, p20.
82. Business As Usual, p21.
83. I Find Treason, Richard Rollins, William Morrow, 1941, p81.
85. The Old Boys, Burton Hersh, Charles Scribner, 1992, p35.
86. Trading with the Enemy, p222.
87. War Lords, p264.
88. The Warfare State, Fred Cook, Collier, 1962, p76-77.
92. New Bush Office Seeks Closer Ties to Church Groups, Frank Bruni and Laurie Goodstein, NY Times, January 29, 2001
93. The Strange Tactics of Extremism, Harry & Bonardo Overstreet., W.W. Norton, 1964, p196-201.
94. The Nazis Go Underground, Curt Riess, Doubleday, 1944, p126-127.
96. Room 3603, H. Montgomery Hyde, Ballantine, 1962, p80-81.
99. Facts and Fascism, p262.
100. Roosevelt's Secret War, Joseph Persico, Random House, 2001, p27-31.
101. Roosevelt’s Secret War, p103-107.
102. Roosevelt’s Secret War, p167.
103. The Last Hero, Anthony Cave Brown, Vintage Books, 1982, p 207-211.104, The Strange Tactics of Extremism, p 199.
105. The Strange Tactics of Extremism, p197.
106. . The Secret War Against The Jews, John Loftus, Mark Aarons, St Martin's Griffin, 1994, p73-76.