File MS-2-232, Box 1, Folder 27 - Kominsky, Morris

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Kominsky, Morris

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MS-2-232, Box 1, Folder 27

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  • 1972 (Creation)

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13 leaves of textual records ; 22 x 28 cm or smaller

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(1892-1974)

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File contains five pieces of typed correspondence written by Morris Kominsky, of Elsinore, CA, between March and July of 1972, and sent to Kenneth Leslie. File contains Kominsky's discussions about the inclusion of his essay "The anatomy of Fascism" in a forthcoming issue of Leslie's publication "New Man" as well as Kominsky's request for dozens of copies; his desire to extend the readership of Kominsky's recent book "The Hoaxers"; and his efforts to expose an extremist plot against targets in Haiphong harbor, Vietnam.

File also contains facsimiles of correspondence sent to Kominsky, including two from sitting members of Congress: Jerome R. Waldie (14th, California) and Victor V. Veysey (38th, California) regarding threats to blow up a dredge in Haiphong harbor "that keeps [it] navigable [during the War]", as instigated in the October 1971 issue of Off-the-Cuff, written and distributed by "avowed member of the John Birch Society", ideologue Nord Davis, Jr. (fragments of which are included).

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Previously housed in folder M-20 at accession.

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Description created November 5, 2018.

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  • English

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  • Box: MS-2-232, Box 1