The Christian fright peddlers / Brooks R. Walker.


[1st ed.].. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1964.

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Subjects Anti-communist movements -- United States.
Anti-communist movements.
Christianity and politics.
United States.
Description x, 290 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Bound in gray cloth over boards; ink signature of author on added title page. DGW
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Brooks R. Walker, minister of the Emerson Unitarian Church, Canoga Park, Los Angeles, has been twice the victim of anonymous bombings and the recipient of countless telephone threats. Despite such unceasing intimidation, he continues to examine publicly the methods and motivations of the political fanatics and doomsday merchants that infest the radical right. The Christian Fright Peddlers has the most important political message of any book on the market today -- a scholarly, dispassionate, rational message that deserves the serious consideration of every thinking American concerned with the present course of human events. - Jacket flap.
Contents Extremism on the right : cause without a purpose -- The attack on practically everyone -- Emergent fundamentalism -- Christ-centered Americanism : the fundamentalist approach -- Enter the Birch Society and founder -- Target : the National Council of Churches -- One nation under God -- Armageddon -- Sources of the radical right -- The inquisitor is answered.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1311695
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WorldCat Identities Walker, Brooks R.
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