Disarmament and the Phoenix Papers

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Disarmament and the Phoenix Papers

 

 

Name:
Hargis, Billy James, 1925- (Author)
Title:
Disarmament and the Phoenix Papers
Abstract:
Another offering from the Christian Crusade's prolific proselytizer, Billy James Hargis (see: Christian Crusade litter bag), this 1966 album probably appeared as a compelement to the Christian Crusade's publication in the same year of James Bales' The Phoenix Papers: If Not Treason, What? In both cases, the Christian Crusade's evangelists lamented the threat to US security they felt lay at the heart of any arms control agreements brokered with the Soviet Union. One need not get past the album's cover to get its message: that disarmament would lead to the destruction of the entire country, symbolized here by the shattered seal of the United States.
Collection Name:
Group Research, Inc. Records
Archival Context:
Series XV: Audio/Visual Material. Subseries XV.1: Phonograph Records. Box no. 507, Folder no. Billy James Hargis Disarmament and the Phoenix Papers, 12 Oct. 1966
Subjects:
1966
Format:
record covers
Place of Origin:
Tulsa (Okla.)
Publisher:
Christian Crusade
Date:
[1966]
Language:
English
Library Location:
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Digital Project:
Choosing sides: right-wing icons in the Group Research Records
Persistent URL:
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/D8VT3419