The architects behind the world communist conspiracy, by Ron Gostick, Editor, The Canadian Intelligence Service
Walter's Falls, ON: The Canadian Anti-Communist League, 1951. Octavo, 16 pp stapled in grey card covers. Photo portraits. Soft creases to outer corners, else fine. "Ronald A. Gostick was a long-time figure on the Canadian far right and founder of the Canadian League of Rights. Gostick was involved in the Canadian social credit movement and later published far right and anti-Semitic material over the course of 50 years, including the Canadian Intelligence Service and On Target! and numerous books and pamphlets. Gostick influenced a number of figures on the Canadian far right. Jim Keegstra got most of his reading material through his membership in Gostick's League. He also collaborated with John Ross Taylor and was a mentor to Paul Fromm and an associate of Patrick Walsh, a fellow traveller who worked as research director at the CLR. He was also associated with former Member of Parliament John A. Gamble, who worked with Gostick as Canadian leader of the World Anti-Communist League in the 1980s." - Wikipedia. He grew up in Alberta. Bible Bill Aberhart was an strong influence. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.