Wanted for Impeachment: Earl Warren

Name
American Nationalist (Organization) (Creator)
Title
Wanted for Impeachment: Earl Warren
Abstract
This flyer played on the common conservative theme of opposing the decisions of US Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, best-known--and frequently reviled by conservative activists--for guiding the court through a number of landmark civil rights cases, including Brown v. Board of Education. Its visual reference to a criminal "Wanted" poster (including two mug-shot like photographs) clearly port rayed Warren as an enemy of the people and the state. The poster’s text further supported this characterization, warning that "Warren is considered to be a dangerous and subversive character," that he "is a rabid agitator for compulsory racial mongrelization," and that "Earl Warren is a fanatic who will stop at nothing to achieve his goals." By passively failing to attribute any of these statements to specific accusers, the flyer's author rhetorically suggests the idea that its contents are unassailably and recognizably true.
Collection Name
Group Research, Inc. Records
Archival Context
Series II: Topical Files. Box no. 379, Folder no. Kamp, Joseph P. [Second of three files.]
Subjects
Warren, Earl, 1891-1974
Format
printed ephemera
Genre
printed ephemera
Publication Information
American Nationalist (Organization): Inglewood (Calif.). 1953
Date
[between 1953 and 1969]; Date based on the earliest and latest dates of the Earl Warren's career as Chief Justice of the United States.
Note (Date)
Date based on the earliest and latest dates of the Earl Warren's career as Chief Justice of the United States.
Language
English
Library Location
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University
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Also In
Choosing sides
Persistent URL
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/D8K65W2X