The Essential Mae Brussell: Investigations of Fascism in America

The Essential Mae Brussell Investigations of Fascism in America Mae s work may be relevant now than in her heyday Like those of many other freedom fighters throughout history the ghost of Mae Brussell will never rest till justice is served Tim Cahill The main Bru

  • Title: The Essential Mae Brussell: Investigations of Fascism in America
  • Author: Mae Brussell Alex Constantine Paul Krassner
  • ISBN: 9781936239986
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mae s work may be relevant now than in her heyday Like those of many other freedom fighters throughout history, the ghost of Mae Brussell will never rest till justice is served Tim Cahill The main Brussell thesis, if I dare risk commit the sin of summary on her complex work, was that an ex Nazi scientist Old Boy OSS clique in the CIA using Mafia hit men changed th Mae s work may be relevant now than in her heyday Like those of many other freedom fighters throughout history, the ghost of Mae Brussell will never rest till justice is served Tim Cahill The main Brussell thesis, if I dare risk commit the sin of summary on her complex work, was that an ex Nazi scientist Old Boy OSS clique in the CIA using Mafia hit men changed the course of American history by bumping off one and all, high and low, who became an irritant to them Warren Hinkle, San Francisco Examiner columnistThe Essential Mae Brussell is a compilation of chilling essays and radio transcripts by the seminal American anti fascist researcher, famously supported by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.Mae Brussell was a married housewife with five children living in southern California before she took up the study of fascism in America After the Kennedy assassination, she purchased the twenty six volume Warren Commission Report, and compiled, for herself, evidence that Lee Harvey Oswald was, as he maintained after his arrest, a patsy She had a regular radio broadcast on KLRB, an independent FM radio station in Carmel, California She also published articles in Paul Krassner s the Realist, Hustler, People s Almanac, and the Berkeley Barb In 1983, Mae s hour long program shifted to KAZU FM in Pacific Grove, California, and she remained on the air weekly until her final broadcast in June 1988 On October 3, 1988, at sixty six, Brussell died of cancer.

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    1. I wish there were more footnotes, more documentation here for the claims Brussell makes about secret government projects. On the other hand, given the recent publication of a book--based on declassified documents--that the U.S. government brought in and hired (in various departments) *10,000* Nazis after World War II, Brussell's claim to the government hiring *1,000* is comparatively small potatoes, albeit confirmed potatoes. Similarly, known (after the fact) operations by the FBI, CIA, and U.S. [...]

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