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October 1940
New Republic;10/7/40, Vol. 103 Issue 15, p468
Reports that a new pamphlet entitled "The Fifth Column in Washington," by Joseph E. Kamp, head of the Constitutional Educational League, has turned up on newsstands in Washington, Philadelphia and New York. Contributions of communist government employees in publishing the pamphlet; Details of pro-fascist activities of Kamp, including, editing of the pro-fascist magazine "The Awakener"; Role of Kamp and the Christian Front in promoting a mass meeting at which Joe McWilliams, leader of the Christian Mobilizers, and John E. Kelley, speaker for the German-American Bund, were guest stars.


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