Joseph P. Kamp

Joseph P. Kamp (1900–1993) was an American political activist who was jailed in 1950 for being in contempt of Congress stemming from 1944 campaign activities. He was acquitted of a second contempt charge in relationship with the lobbying activities of the Constitutional Educational League, an anti-communist organization. He later served as a policy advisor to the Liberty Lobby.

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Willis J. Ballinger

Federal Trade Commissioner Willis J. Ballinger’s book By Vote of the People (1901) said that democracy declines as a consequence of the concentration of economic power. These are Willis Carto’s thoughts to Ballinger, as detailed in a 1953 letter.

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Marianne Thomas

Marianne Thomas was the widow of Lowell Thomas, famous writer and broadcaster. Marianne was a great support of Willis Carto and the Liberty Lobby. She was a longtime civic activist and opponent of the Vietnam War, founding the Citizens for Moral War campaign group. She met Lowell Thomas for the first time when she asked him to accept a brochure from the Citizens for a Moral War. She later served in the Dayton International Peace Museum and U.S. Civil Responsibilities.

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On War

War is a firmly established human institution that everyone claims to hate. However. it is so profitable to today’s establishment that its future is assured.

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Speech to the Liberty Lobby Convention, March 9, 1975

I wish to discuss the general subject of survival in these perilous days. I hope that no one thinks that I am throwing a wet blanket on things. because I certainly do not mean to do so. But after all is said and done it is better to recognize facts rather than live in a dream world. . .

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Free Trade and the Constitution

The following report was written by the founder of the Liberty Lobby in 1962, immediately after the passage of the Trade Expansion Act under the Kennedy administration…..

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