. () American Nazi Party monograph /MLA Citation
. American Nazi Party Monograph. : . Print.
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American Nazi Party monograph /
Federal Bureau of Investigation.
|Published:||[Washington, D.C.] : Federal Bureau of Investigation, [2003?]|
|Topics:||American Nazi Party. | United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation - Archives.|
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|110||1 |aUnited States.|bFederal Bureau of Investigation.|
|245||10|aAmerican Nazi Party monograph /|cFederal Bureau of Investigation.|
|264||1|a[Washington, D.C.] :|bFederal Bureau of Investigation,|c[2003?]|
|300|||a119 unnumbered pages :|bdigital, PDF files|
|500|||aTitle from title screen (viewed on July 17, 2008).|
|520|||aThe monograph is a summary of the philosophies of the American Nazi Party and its founder George Lincoln Rockwell. Rockwell's aim was to be Governor of Virginia by 1966 and the President of the United States by 1972. Once he obtained the presidency, his plans included the extermination of all "treasonous Jews, through methods used by Hitler's Nazis, banish all American Negroes to Africa and amend the Constitution of the United States to conform to Nazi whims."|
|538|||aMode of access: Internet from Federal Bureau of Investigation web site. Address as of 7/17/08: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/anpm.htm ; current access available via PURL.|
|610||20|aAmerican Nazi Party.|
|610||10|aUnited States.|bFederal Bureau of Investigation|vArchives.|