RT Unpublished Material DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 49605407 LA English T1 Brophy papers -- Frank Brophy political files, A1 Brophy, Frank Cullen,, YR 1918 AB Summary: Primarily political correspondence beginning with Frank Brophy's anti-prohibition work in the 1920s and continuing through his involvement with the John Birch Society, Barry Goldwater's presidential campaigns, and the growing conservative movement of the 1960s and 1970s. The correspondence reflects political debate between Brophy and his correspondents on a variety of issues including foreign policy, anti-communism, taxation, soil conservation and states' rights. Correspondents include Jack Williams, Carl Hayden, Morris Udall, Henry F. Ashurst, Wendell Wilkie, Robert Taft, Archie Roosevelt, Evan Mecham, Howard Pyle, Paul Fannin, Joseph McCarthy, Ronald Reagan, John Rhodes, Barry Goldwater, Denison Kitchel, Clare Booth Luce, Sam Jones, George S. Montgomery, William F. Buckley, Jr., Robert Welch, and John Rousselot. Also present are speeches and addresses by Goldwater and Brophy's pamphlet "Must Goldwater be Destroyed?" There are publications and correspondence with many national organizations, primarily conservative groups, including the Association Against Prohibition, Citizens for Foreign Aid, The Campaign for 48 States, John Birch Society, For America, Crusade for Freedom, and the Maricopa County Taxpayers Association. John Birch Society materials include publications, correspondence, financial reports, and articles about topics such as Motorede (the Movement to Restore Deceny), and Sensitivity Training.