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Bonnie Raitt has been involved in social justice issues most her life, here she joins in solidarity with Native Americans.

1. Fascism, Totalitarism

They Thought They Were Free: The Germans. 1933-45 Milton Mayer 1955 University of Chicago Press
1984. George Orwell
Facts and Fascism
. George Seldes 1943 In-fact Inc. NY
2. American and German Industrialists, 1920-1950
Treason's Peace: German Dyes and American Dupes
Howard Watson Ambruster, 1947 The Beachhurst Press NY
The Plot to Seize the White House Jules Archer, 1973 Hawthorne Books
The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben.
Joseph Borkin, 1979 Pocket Books NY
Trading With The Enemy. Charles Higham, 1983 Dell Books SC/ 1983 Delacorte Press
All Honorable Men. James Stuart Martin, 1950 Little & Brown, NY

Who Financed Hitler? James & Suzanne Pool, 1978 Dial Press NY
The Great Conspiracy.
Michael Sayers & Albert E. Kahn, 1946 Little & Brown
3. The SS, Gestapo and Interpol, 1933-1945
The Order of the Death's Head
Heinz Hohne, 1966 Ballantine Books NY
Roger Manvell 1969 Ballantine Books NY Illustrated History of World War II
The Interpol Connection Vaughn Young & Trevor Meldal-Johnsen, 1979 Dial Press
4. Everyday Life and Politics in Weimar and Nazi Germany

Paramilitary Politics in Weimar Germany James M. Diehl, 1977 Indiana Univ. Press
The Pink Triangle: The Nazi War Against Homosexuals.
Richard Plant
Racial Hygiene: Medicine Under the Nazis Robert N. Proctor, 1988/89 Harvard Univ. Press
The Men Behind Hitler
Bernhard Schreiber, 1983 Section Five Books
5. Japanese Fascism
Government by Assassination
Hugh Byas, 1942 Alfred A. Knopf NY
The Kempeitai Richard Deacon, 1983 Berkeley Books
A History of the Japanese Secret Service
1982 Frederick Muller Ltd., London
The Militarists. Edwin P. Hoyt, 1985 Donald I. Fine & Co. New York
6. The Gehlen Organization:
Nazis, the CIA and Cold War Espionage Gehlen: Spy of the Century E.H. Cookridge, 1971 Random House 1973 Pyramid Books
The General Was A Spy Heinz Hohne & Herman Zolling, 1972 Coward, McCann & Geogheagan NY
7. The Truman Doctrine & Western Allied Intervention in Greece
The Kapetanios Dominique Eudes, 1972 Monthly Review Press NY
The Dulles Leonard Mosely, 1978 Dial Press NY
8. The Nazi Fifth Columns during W.W.II: The Nazi Underground after W.W.II (Connections w/ the CIA and the surrogates: neo-fascists, drug smugglers and organized crime)
Klaus Barbie: The Butcher of Lyons Tom Bower, 1984 Random House NY
Wanted: The Search for Nazis in America Howard Blum, 1977 Quadrangle Books NY
Undercover: My Four Years in the Nazi Underworld of America John Roy Carlson 1943 E.P. Dutton & Co.
Klaus Barbie: The Shocking Story of How the U.S. Used this Nazi War Criminal as an Intelligence Agent. Erhard Dabringhaus, 1984 Acropolis Books Ltd. Washington DC
Aftermath: Martin Borman and the Fourth Reich
Ladislas Farago, 1974 Simon & Schuster
American Swastika Charles Higham, 1985 Doubleday & Co. NY
Skorzeny: Hitler’s Commando Glenn B. Infield, 1981 St. Martin’s Press NY
The Belarus Secret John Loftus 1982 Alfred A Knopf NY
Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile Paul Manning, 1981 Lyle Stuart NJ
The Nazis Go Underground Kurt Riess, 1944 Doubleday & Doran NY
The Plot Against the Peace Michael Sayers & Albert E. Kahn, 1945 Dial Press Inc. NY
Blowback Christopher Simpson 1988 Weidenfeld & Nicolson NY
The Bormann Brotherhood William Stevenson, 1973 Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich NY
The New Germany and the Old Nazis T.H. Tetens, 1961 Random House NY
The Old Boys: The American Elite & the Origins of the CIA Burton Hersh, 1992 Charles Scribner’s Sons NY
9. South Africa, the Third Reich and the Bomb
The Rise of the South African Reich Brian Bunting, 1969 Penguin Books
The Nuclear Axis: The Secret Collaboration Between West Germany and South Africa Barbara Rodgers & Zdenek Cervenka, 1978 Times Books NY
The Broederbond Ivor Wilkins & Hans Strydom, 1979 Paddington Press
10. The CIA Drug Connection
The Great Heroin Coup: Drugs Intelligence and International Fascism Henrik Kruger, 1980 South End Press Boston Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD and International Fascism Martin A. Lee & Bruce Shlain, 1985 Grove Press NY
The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia Alfred W. McCoy, 1972 Harper & Row NY
The Politics of Heroin: CIA Compliancy in the Global Drug Trade Alfred W. McCoy 1991 Lawrence Hill Books
OSS: The Secret History of America's First Central Intelligence Agency R. Harris Smith, 1972 University of Calif. Press Berkeley
11. The Cold Ear and McCarthyism

The Nightmare Decade: The Life and Times of Senator Joe McCarthy Fred J. Cook 1971 Random House NY
Witness to a Century: Encounters with the Noted, the Notorious and the Three SOB’s
George Seldes, 1987 Ballantine Books NY
Friendship and Fratricide: An Analysis of Whittaker Chamgers and Alger Hiss Meyer Zeligs, 1967 Viking NY
12. Mind Control
The Control of Candy Jones
Donald Bain, 1976 Playboy Press Chicago
Operation Mind Control Walter H. Bowart, 1978 Dell Books NY
13. Etc.
A Higher From of Killing: The Secret Story of Chemical and Biological Warfare Robert Harris and Jeremy Paxman 1982 Hill & Wang NY
Farewell America James Hepburn, 1968 Frontier Publishers
The Yankee and Cowboy War Carl Oglesby 1976 Medallion Books Berkeley
The Man Who Cried I Am John A. Williams, 1967 Little Brown NY (the novel contains details of the “King Alfred Plan’-a possible final solution for America's “black problem.”
Kiss The Boys Good-bye: How the U.S. Betrayer Its Own POW's in VietnamMonika Jensen- Stevenson & William Stevenson 1990 Dutton
The Ultimate Evil: An Investigation into a Dangerous Satanic Cult Maury Terry 1987 Bantam Books
Intercept- But Don't Shoot The Truth Story of the Flying Saucers
Renato Vesco 1971 Grove Press Inc.
Messengers of Deception Jacques Vallee, 1979 And/Or Press Berkeley
The Man Who Knew Too Much
Dick Russell, 1992 Carroll & Graf Publishers Inc. NY  

This list comes from a radio host I respect greatly but I know he would not be pleased to be associated with my web site, especially my spiritual quest, nevertheless he is one of my favorite humans