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WILLIS CARTO and the American Far Right
Who Is Willis Carto?
Meet the man who’s been called
frightening, controversial and mysterious and who’s been a driving force behind
such independent media voices as The Spotlight, The Barnes Review and American
Free Press, among many others.
For over 50 years he’s been one
of the front-line figures in the American nationalist movement and the target
of groups like the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).
Here’s the first-ever full-length
biography of Willis A. Carto.
Maybe you’ve heard of him, maybe
you haven’t. But Carto’s central role (usually behind the scenes) in so many
important projects of interest to American patriots, is the focus of this
wide-ranging and intriguing work. Love him or hate him, here’s his story.
Considering the volume of lies
and disinformation that’s been circulated about Carto over the years, this work
by George Michael, Ph.D., a professor at the University of Virginia’s College
at Wise, is a reasonably objective study by a scholar who’s taken the time to
interview Carto and his associates, delve through the archives and try to
separate the facts from the myths.
pictures and fascinating details from Carto’s personal files.
Hardcover, dust jacket, 341
pages, exclusive photos
An APPEAL to REASON: A Compendium of the Writings of Willis A. Carto
For over 50 years, Willis A.
Carto has been at the center of the American nationalist movement, responsible
for the publication of literally hundreds—no, thousands—of books, newspapers,
magazines, monographs and other literature that has reached millions of readers
in the U.S. and around the globe.
Through weekly publications such
as The Spotlight and American Free Press and such widely-read journals as The
Barnes Review, Carto has been responsible for maintaining traditional American
populism and nationalism as a thriving force in the political debate over the
conduct of U.S. (and international) affairs.
In this selection of Carto’s
writings—ranging over half a century—longtime Carto associate Michael Collins
Piper has assembled a fascinating array of Carto’s most cogent works, from
short essays to extended dissertations on a wide variety of topics: from
economics and foreign policy and cultural affairs and on to religion and
history and current events—a virtual intellectual panoply needed by every
patriotic American—and every nationalist around the globe—in the battle to
reclaim national sovereignty in the face of the greatest assault the world’s
people have ever faced: the looming New World Order.
Softcover, 304 pages