Jouett Shouse Collection (American Liberty League Pamphlets)
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Jouett Shouse Collection (American Liberty League Pamphlets), 1934 - 1936
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Jouett Shouse Collection (American Liberty League Pamphlets),
University of Kentucky Special Collections
The materials are in English.
37 linear feet
American Liberty League
1934 - 1936
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Jouett Shouse was President of the American Liberty League from 1934 to 1938. The American Liberty League was formed by conservative Democrats who opposed President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. The League argued that the New Deal was a threat to personal liberty, and published pamphlets and sponsored radio programs to garner support. The American Liberty League declined in popularity during the late 1930s and was officially dissolved in 1940.
American Liberty League Pamphlets: Unnumbered
1"American Liberty League" Statement by Jouett Shouse at the time of the announcement of the formation of this organization, August 23, 1934.
3"American Liberty League" Speech by Jouett Shouse, September 7, 1934.
4"American Liberty League: A Statement of Its Principles and Purposes" September 10, 1934.
5"The Tenth Commandment" by David Lawrence (Reprint from the United States News), September 29, 1934.
6"Why? The American Liberty League." by Jouett Shouse, November 1, 1934.
7"Progress vs. Change" Speech of Jouett Shouse before the Bond Club of New York, November 20, 1934.
8"Recovery, Relief and the Constitution" Speech of Jouett Shouse before the Beacon Society of Boston, December 8, 1934.
American Liberty League Pamphlets: Numbered
11No. 11 "The National Recovery Administration: A Review of its Past and Recommendations for its Future" January 21, 1935.
12No. 12 "$4,880,000,000: An Analysis of the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935 as Approved by the House" January 28, 1935.
13No. 13 "Economic Security: A Study of Proposed Legislation - Its Advantages, Its Dangers, and Its Background" February 4, 1935.
14No. 14 "Democracy or Bureaucracy" Speech of Jouett Shouse Before the Philadelphia County League of Women Voters, February 4, 1935.
15No. 15 "The Bonus: An Endorsement of the Position Taken by President Roosevelt in His Letter of December 27, 1934, and an Analysis of Proposals for Pre-payment of the World War Adjusted Compensation Certificates" February 11, 1935.
16No. 16 "The Constitution Still Stands" Speech of Jouett Shouse Delivered under the Auspices of the Young Men's Hebrew Association at St. Louis, Missouri, February 12, 1935.
17No. 17 "Inflation: Possibilities Involved in Existing and Proposed Legislation," February, 1935.
18No. 18 "The Thirty-Hour Week: Dangers Inherent in Proposed Legislation," March, 1935.
19No. 19 "The Pending Banking Bill: An Analysis of a Proposal to Subject the Nation's Monetary and Banking Structure to the Exigencies of Politics," March 11, 1935.
20No. 20 "The Legislative Situation" Speech of Jouett Shouse, March 7, 1935.
21No. 21 "The Holding Company Bill: An Analysis of a Bill Which if Adopted in Its Present Form Would Compel the Liquidation of Utility Holding Companies, with Serious Loss to Investors, and Would Place Such Restrictions upon Operating Companies as to Cause Probable Eventual Government Ownership and Operation of Utilities," March 18, 1935.
22No. 22 "What Is the Constitution Between Friends?" Speech of James M. Beck, March 27, 1935.
23No. 23 "Where Are We Going?" Speech of James W. Wadsworth, March 29, 1935.
24No. 24 "Price Control: An Analysis of Experimentation under the NRA, and Recommendations for Future Legislation," April 1, 1935.
25No. 25 "Congress at the Crossroads" Speech of Jouett Shouse At a Luncheon of the American Liberty League Club of New York, March 30, 1935.
26No. 26 "Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow: A Review of Factual Analyses Issued by the American Liberty League and Some Discussion of the Present Legislative Situation," April 8, 1935.
27No. 27 "The Labor Relations Bill: An Analysis of a Measure Which Would do Violence to the Constitution, Stimulate Industrial Strife and Give One Labor Organization a Monopoly in the Representation of Workers Without Regard to the Wishes of the Latter," April 15, 1935.
28No. 28 "Government by Experiment" Speech by Dr. Neil Carothers, Professor of Economics and Director of the College of Business Administration, Lehigh University, April 17, 1935.
29No. 29 "How Inflation Affects The Average Family" Speech by Dr. Ray Bert Westerfield, Professor of Political Economy, Yale University, April 18, 1935.
30No. 30 "The AAA Amendments: An Analysis of Proposals Illustrating a Trend toward a Fascist Control Not Only of Agriculture but Also of a Major Sector of Manufacturing and Distributing Industries," April 22, 1935.
31No. 31 "Political Banking" Speech of Dr. Walter E. Spahr, Professor of Economics, New York University, April 26, 1935.
32No. 32 "The Bituminous Coal Bill: An Analysis of a Proposed Step toward Socialization of Industry," April 29, 1935.
33No. 33 "Regimenting the Farmers" Speech of Dr. G.W. Dyer, Professor of Economics, Vanderbilt University, May 5, 1935.
34No. 34 "Extension Of The NRA: A Recommendation for Action to Rescue American Business from a Quicksand of Bureaucracy and Visionary Experimentation," May 13, 1935.
35No. 35 "Human Rights and the Constitution" Speech of R.E. Desvernine, May 16, 1935.
36No. 36 "The Farmers' Home Bill: An Analysis of a Proposed Experiment in Socialism Which Would Increase Government Obligations by a Billion Dollars, Encourage Farmers to Contract Debts Without Improving Their Ability to Pay Them, Subsidize a Particular Class of Citizens and Afford an Opportunity for Scandal and Political Favoritism," May 20, 1935.
37No. 37 "The TVA Amendments: An Analysis of a Proposal to Increase the Power of an Agency Which Has Shown an Apparent Willingness to Evade the Law and Constitutional Limitations," May 27, 1935.
38No. 38 "Facts About The American Liberty League," May 29, 1935.
39No. 39 "The New Deal: Its Unsound Theories And Irreconcilable Policies" Address of Ralph M. Shaw before the Georgia Bar Association, May 31, 1935.
40No. 40 "Is the Constitution For Sale?" Speech by Captain William H. Stayton, May 30, 1935.
41No. 41 "How to Meet the Issue" Speech by The Honorable William E. Borah, United States Senator from Idaho, June 2, 1935.
42No. 42 "The Supreme Court And The New Deal," June 17, 1935.
43No. 43 "The Duty Of The Church To The Social Order" An Address by S. Wells Utley, President and General Manager of The Detroit Steel Casting Company, May 21, 1935.
44No. 44 "An Open Letter to the President," by Dr. Neil Carothers, Professor of Economics and Director of the College of Business Administration at Lehigh University, June 23,1935.
45No. 45 "The Revised AAA Amendments: An Analysis of Proposals Which Represent a Confession of the Unconstitutionality of the Present Law and an Attempt to Postpone the Day of Reckoning in the Supreme Court," July 1, 1935.
46No. 46 "The Return to Democracy" Speech by Jouett Shouse, July 1, 1935.
47No. 47 "The President's Tax Program: An Analysis of a Transparent Political Gesture," July, 1935.
48No. 48 "The American Bar - The Trustee of American Institutions" Speech by The Hon. Albert C. Ritchie, Former Governor of Maryland, before the Annual Convention of the Maryland Bar Association, June 29, 1935.
49No. 49 "Two Amazing Years" Speech of Nicholas Roosevelt Of the Editorial Staff of the New York Herald Tribune, July 8, 1935.
50No. 50 "Fabian Socialism in the New Deal" Speech of Demarest Lloyd, July 9, 1935.
51No. 51 "The People's Money" Speech of Dr. Walter E. Spahr, Professor of Economics, New York University, July 10, 1935.
52No. 52 "The Principles of Constitutional Democracy and the New Deal" Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, July 11, 1935.
53No. 53 "Which Road To Take?" Speech of J. Howard Pew, President of the Sun Oil Company, July 12, 1935.
54No. 54 "The Blessings of Stability" Speech of James W. Wadsworth, Representative and Former Senator from New York, July 12, 1935.
55No. 55 "Legislation - By Coercion or Constitution" Speech of Jouett Shouse, July 15, 1935.
56No. 56 "Recovery by Statute" Speech of Dr. Neil Carothers, Professor of Economics and Director of the College of Business Administration, Lehigh University, July 9, 1935.
57No. 57 "Expanding Bureaucracy: A Study of an Expensive Violation of Campaign Pledges, Menacing to the Rights and Liberties of Citizens," July, 1935.
58No. 58 "The Imperilment of Democracy" Radio Address of Fitzgerald Hall, President of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway Company, July 18, 1935.
59No. 59 "The Spirit of Americanism" Address by William H. Ellis, Justice Supreme Court of Florida Before The Civitan Club, Jacksonville, Florida on Confederate Memorial Day, April 26, 1935.
60No. 60 "Lawmaking By Executive Order: An Analysis of a Movement Tending to Destroy American Constitutional Government and to Set Up an Executive Autocracy," August, 1935.
61No. 61 "The Test of Citizenship" Speech of Dean Carl W. Ackerman, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, at the Biennial Convention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, July 16, 1935.
62No. 62 "Today's Lessons for Tomorrow" Speech of Captain William H. Stayton, July 13, 1935.
63No. 63 "New Deal Laws In Federal Courts: A Review of Decisions by the Federal Judiciary and Their Effect in Checking Attempts to Subvert the American Constitutional System," August, 1935.
64No. 64 "Potato Control: An Analysis of a ridiculous law making a travesty of constitutional liberties and proposing to inflict upon the American people a bureaucratic despotism, including a new army of Federal snoopers to be paid for through increased living costs for the entire population," September 16, 1935.
65No. 65 "Breathing Spells" Speech of Jouett Shouse, September 16, 1935.
66No. 66 "The National Labor Relations Act: Summary of Conclusions as to the Constitutionality of this Act, Prepared by the Sub-Committee on Industrial Relations and Labor Legislation and Approved by the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League," September 19, 1935.
67No. 67 "Consumers And The AAA: A Study of the System of Regimentation Flagrantly Violative of Constitutional Liberties Which Makes the Consumer the Real Forgotten Man of the Present Administration," October 7, 1935.
68No. 68 "Straws Which Tell: Excerpts from Letters Received by Senator Millard E. Tydings (Democrat) of Maryland Following His Speech in the Senate on 'Recovery for the United States'," October 14, 1935.
69No. 69 "The Duty of the Lawyer in the Present Crisis: Some Observations on the Attempt by New Deal Spokesmen to Curtail Freedom of Speech as Exercised by the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League" Speech of James M. Beck, Member of the National Lawyers Committee, October 16, 1935.
70No. 70 "The Constitution And The Supreme Court" Speech of Borden Burr of Birmingham, Alabama, before the Kiwanis Club at Columbus, Mississippi, September 19, 1935.
71No. 71 "Budget Prospects: A Discussion of the Choice between National Solvency and the Breakdown of Treasury Credit with Resulting Devastating Inflation and Chaos if the Administration Continues Its Flagrant Violation of Campaign Promises," October 21, 1935.
72No. 72 "Dangerous Experimentation: A Discussion of Policies and Performances Apparently Based upon the Belief that Perpetual Motion Is Progress and Involving the Squandering of Public Money upon Socialistic Undertakings of Doubtful Constitutionality," October 28, 1935.
73No. 73 "The Economic Necessity in the Southern States for a Return to the Constitution" Speech of Forney Johnston of Birmingham, Alabama, Member of the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League, October 29, 1935.
74No. 74 "The National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League: Some Answers to Attempts to Impair the Right of Free Speech and to Impugn the Integrity of the Legal Profession" Address by Ethan A.H. Shepley, Chairman of the Missouri Division of the American Liberty League, November 6, 1935.
75No. 75 "Economic Planning - Mistaken But Not New: A Discussion of Similarities Between the New Deal and the Medieval Mercantilist System which Reached Its Climax Under King George the Third and Precipitated the American Revolution," November 11, 1935.
76No. 76 "Our Growing National Debt And Inflation" Radio Address by Edwin Walter Kemmerer, Walker Professor of International Finance in Princeton University, November, 1935.
77No. 77 "Inflation Is Bad Business" Radio Address by Neil Carothers, Director, College of Business Administration in Lehigh University, November, 1935.
78No. 78 "Work Relief: A Record of the Tragic Failure of the Most Costly Governmental Experiment in All World History," November 25, 1935.
79No. 79 "Opinion 148 of the Standing Committee on Professional Ethics and Grievances of the American Bar Association," November, 1935.
80No. 80 "The AAA And Our Form Of Government: An Analysis of a Vicious Combination of Fascism, Socialism and Communism Which Cannot Be Harmonized with the Basic Principles of Constitutional Government in the United States," December 2, 1935.
81No. 81 "Alternatives To The American Form Of Government: An Examination of Three European Dictatorships Whose Underlying Theories Bear upon Present Attempts to Regiment Industry and Agriculture in the United States," December 16, 1935.
82No. 82 "The Real Significance of the Constitutional Issue" Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine before the Economic Club, New York City, December 3, 1935.
83No. 83 "A Program For Congress: Some Suggestions and Recommendations Designed to Encourage the Legislative Branch of the Government to Reassert Its Constitutional Prerogatives and Put the Nation's House in Order," December 26, 1935.
84No. 84 "Arousing Class Prejudices" Speech of Jouett Shouse, Broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting System on December 23, 1935.
85No. 85 "The Fallacies And Dangers Of The Townsend Plan" Speech of Dr. Walter E. Spahr, Chairman, Department of Economics, School of Commerce, New York University, Broadcast by the National Broadcasting Company on January 3, 1936. (Note: An audio copy of this speech can be found by searching the SONIC catalog at the Library of Congress.)
86No. 86 "The 1937 Budget: An Analysis of a Proposed Riot of Extravagance Recommended to the Congress with Misleading Official Interpretations and Representing a Brazen Repudiation of the Economy Pledge in the Democratic Platform of 1932," January 13, 1936.
87No. 87 "What of 1936?" Address by James P. Warburg before the Chicago Association of Commerce, January 15, 1936.
88No. 88 "Americanism At the Crossroads" Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, Chairman, National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League before the Republican Round Table Luncheon at the Hamilton Republican Club, Chicago, Illinois, January 15, 1936.
89No. 89 "The Constitution and the New Deal" Address of James M. Carson of Miami, Florida, before the Birmingham Forum, Birmingham, Alabama, December 16, 1935, together with A Transcript of Forum Proceedings Following Mr. Carson's Speech.
90No. 90 "The American Constitution - Whose Heritage? The Self- Reliant or Those Who Would Be Wards of the Government?" Speech of Frederick H. Stinchfield before the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Utah State Bar Association, January 18, 1936.
91No. 91 "Professors And The New Deal: A Compendium of Quotations Demonstrating That a Great Majority of the Nation's Educators Believe in Sound Principles of Economics and Constitutional Theories of Government," January 20, 1936.
92No. 92 "The American Form of Government - Let Us Preserve It" Speech of The Hon. Albert C. Ritchie, Former Governor of Maryland before the Ohio State Bar Association, January 18, 1936.
93No. 93 "The Redistribution of Power" Speech of John W. Davis before the New York State Bar Association, January 24, 1936.
94No. 94 "Time To Stop" Speech of Dr. Neil Carothers, Director, College of Business Administration, Lehigh University at the American Liberty League Dinner, January 25, 1936.
95No. 95 "The President Has Made the Issue" Speech of Charles I. Dawson, Chairman of the Kentucky Division and Member of the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League, at the American Liberty League Dinner, January 25, 1936.
96No. 96 "Seventeen Months of the American Liberty League: Report of Jouett Shouse, President of the American Liberty League, to the Executive Committee and National Advisory Council of the League, Meeting in Joint Session, January 25, 1936.
97No. 97 "The Facts in the Case" Speech of Alfred E. Smith at the American Liberty League Dinner, Washington, D.C., January 25, 1936.
98No. 98 "Wealth And Income: A Factual Analysis of a Situation Frequently Obscured by Misinformation and Attempts to Arouse Class Prejudices," February 10, 1936.
99No. 99 "The Townsend Utopia" Speech of Dr. Ray Bert Westerfield, Professor of Political Economy, Yale University, February 15, 1936.
100No. 100 "The Constitution: What It Means to the Man in the Street," by John W. Davis, February, 1936.
101No. 101 "Shall We Plow under the Supreme Court?" Speech of Jouett Shouse before the Bondmen's Club, Chicago, Illinois, February 6, 1936.
102No. 102 "The Townsend Plan: An Analysis of an Attempt to Perpetrate a Cruel Hoax upon a Trusting People," February 24, 1936.
103No. 103 "Inflation and Our Gold Reserve" Radio Address by Dr. Edwin Walter Kemmerer, Walker Professor of International Finance in Princeton University, February 27, 1936.
104No. 104 "The Power of Federal Courts to Declare Acts of Congress Unconstitutional" Speech of Hon. John H. Hatcher, President of the Supreme Court of Appeals, State of West Virginia before the Charleston, West Virginia Bar Association, January 25, 1936.
105No. 105 "The Constitution - The Fortress of Liberty" Speech of Hon. James A. Reed, Member of the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League before the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Illinois, February 11, 1936.
106No. 106 "What The Constitution Means To The Citizen," by Hon. George W. Maxey, Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, March 1936.
107No. 107 "The Story Of An Honest Man: What happened to Major General Johnson Hagood when, at the request of a Congressional Committee, he dared to speak the truth as he saw it," March 2, 1936.
108No. 108 "Statement By National Lawyers Committee Of The American Liberty League: Prepared pursuant to authorization given in conference in Washington, January 25, 1936, and made public by direction of the Administrative Committee of the League," March 4, 1936.
109No. 109 "Entrenched Greed" Speech of Dr. George Barton Cutten, President of Colgate University before the New York Chapter, American Institute of Banking, February 8, 1936.
110No. 110 "The New AAA: A Measure Which Seeks to Circumvent the Recent Decision of the Supreme Court and Regardless of Constitutionality Permits Resumption of the Payment of Subsidies to Farmers," March 9, 1936.
111No. 111 "The Right of Petition" Speech of Jouett Shouse broadcast over the National Broadcasting Company network on March 6, 1936. (Note: An audio copy of this speech can be found by searching the SONIC catalog at the Library of Congress.)
112No. 112 "The President's 1936 Tax Proposals: The End of the So- Called 'Breathing Spell'," April 4, 1936.
113No. 113 "Should We Amend the Constitution to Grant the National Government General Welfare Powers?" Speech of William H. Rogers, President of the Florida State Bar Association before the Annual Meeting of the Association, April 2, 1936.
114No. 114 "The New Inquisition" Speech of Jouett Shouse broadcast over the Columbia Broadcasting System network on March 27, 1936.
115No. 115 "It Can Be Done" Speech by Hon. Merrill E. Otis, United States District Judge Before the Law School of the University of Missouri, January 31, 1936.
116No. 116 "A Layman Looks At The Supreme Court" Speech of Hon. Arthur H. Vandenberg, United States Senator from Michigan, broadcast over the National Broadcasting Company network on March 2, 1936.
117No. 117 "New Work-Relief Funds: An analysis of a situation demanding that Congress call a halt on departures from constitutional government, review policies initiated by the Executive but properly within the province of the Legislative Branch and cut short both waste and extravagance in the expenditure of public funds," April 13, 1936.
118No. 118 "Abuses Of Power" Speech of Jouett Shouse broadcast over the National Broadcasting Company network on April 8, 1936.
119No. 119 "The Need For Constitutional Growth By Construction Or Amendment" Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, Chairman of the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League before the Kentucky State Bar Association, April 3, 1936.
120No. 120 "Shall We Have Constitutional Liberty Or Dictatorship?" Speech of Hon. James A. Reed, Member of the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League before the Lawyers' Association of Kansas City, April 14, 1936.
121No. 121 "An American Philosophy" Speech of Jouett Shouse before the American-Whig Cliosophic Societies of Princeton University, April 30, 1936.
122No. 122 "The Liberty League - Old Friendships Destroyed" Speech of Hon. Daniel O. Hastings, Senator from Delaware, In the Senate of the United States, April 20, 1936.
123No. 123 "A Federal Union - National And State Responsibilities" Speech of Fitzgerald Hall, President of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway Company before the Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, April 20, 1936.
124No. 124 "Constitutional Heresy" Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, Chairman of the National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League at the Yale-Harvard-Princeton Constitutional Forum, Princeton University, May 9, 1936.
125No. 125 "You Owe Thirty-One Billion Dollars" Speech of Jouett Shouse broadcast over the National Broadcasting Company network on May 19, 1936.
126No. 126 "The American Form Of Government, The Supreme Court And The New Deal," May 28, 1936.
127No. 127 "Socialization Of The Electric Power Industry: An Analysis of New Deal Policies and Projects Designed to Destroy Private Industry at Tremendous Cost to the Taxpayer," June 15, 1936.
128No. 128 "The New Deal vs. Democracy" Speech of Jouett Shouse, broadcast over the National Broadcasting Company network on June 20, 1936.
129No. 129 "Social And Economic Experiments Under The Guise Of Taxation: An Analysis of the Tax Laws passed by the New Deal Administration in 1935 and 1936 . . . The real object of these measures is to use the taxing power of the Government to control and regiment business . . . When tried directly under the NRA the attempt was out- lawed by unanimous verdict of the Supreme Court." July 20, 1936.
130No. 130 "New Deal Budget Policies: A Review of the Huge Expenditures under the Roosevelt Administration and the Alarming Increase in the National Debt Despite the Most Burdensome Peace-time Taxes Ever Levied," July 27, 1936.
131No. 131 "A Reply To Secretary Wallace's Question 'Whose Constitution?' The Dominant Issue Of The Campaign," By Raoul E. Desvernine, Chairman, National Lawyers Committee and Member of the Executive Committee of the American Liberty League, August 9, 1936.
132No. 132 "Delegation Of Legislative Power To The Executive Under The New Deal: A Study of One Phase of the Administration's Movement Toward a Centralized Government Laying the Foundation for a Potential Dictatorship," August, 1936.
133No. 133 "Federal Bureaucracy In The Fourth Year Of The New Deal: A Study of the Appalling Increase in the Number of Government Employees Which Has Resulted from the Attempted Concentration of Power in the Federal Government under the Present Administration," August 23, 1936.
134No. 134 "The Dual Form Of Government And The New Deal: A Study of the Roosevelt Administration's Persistent Attempt to Destroy Local Self-Government in the United States and Substitute Therefor a Centralized, All-Powerful Federal Authority Similar to the Current Dictatorships in Several European Countries," September 14, 1936.
135No. 135 "A Rising Sun Or A Setting Sun? A Study in Government Contrasting Fundamental Principles with Present Policies in the Light of Authentic History" An Address by William R. Perkins before The Sphex Club, Lynchburg, Virginia, September 23, 1936.
American Liberty League Bulletins
0001"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 1, August, 1935. 1935
0002"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 2, September, 1935. 1935
0003"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 3, October, 1935. 1935
0004"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 4, November, 1935. 1935
0005"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 5, December, 1935. 1935
0006"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 6, January 15, 1936. 1936
0007"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 7, February 15, 1936. 1936
0008"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 8, March 15, 1936. 1936
0009"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 9, April 15, 1936. 1936
0010"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 10, May 15, 1936. 1936
0011"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 11, June 15, 1936. 1936
0012"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 1 No. 12, July 15, 1936. 1936
0013"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 2 No. 1, August 15, 1936. 1936
0014"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 2 No. 2, September 15, 1936. 1936
0015"Bulletin Of The American Liberty League", Vol. 2 No. 3, October 15, 1936.