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Cancel Culture’s Antecedents: Original History of Federal Reserve Ordered Burned … in 1961!

Via David Martin
March 4, 2021

From the foreword of The Secrets of the Federal Reserve, by Eustace Mullins, published in 1952:

Even though my foundation applications were sponsored by the three leading poets of America, Ezra Pound, E.E. Cummings, and Elizabeth Bishop, all of the foundations refused to sponsor this research.  I then wrote up my findings to date, and in 1950 began efforts to market this manuscript in New York.  Eighteen publishers turned it down without comment, but the nineteenth, Devin Garrity, president of the Devin Adair Publishing Company, gave me some friendly advice in his office.  “I like your book, but we can’t print it,” he told me.  “Neither can anybody else in New York.  Why don’t you bring in a prospectus for your novel, and I think we can give you an advance.  You may as well forget about getting the Federal Reserve book published.  I doubt if it could ever be printed.”

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