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Counterattack was a weekly anticommunist American publication founded in May 1947 by American Business Consultants Inc. A. B. C. was formed by former agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and focused on individuals and front groups associated with the Communist Party, USA. Former FBI agent John G. Keenan was the President of American Business Consultants Inc.

The publication can be seen as an attempt to whitewash the Jewish origins and support of the international communist movement. In the May 16, 1958 issue, the American Jewish League Against Communism is given favorable mention.

Funding for the publication came from Alfred Kohlberg.[1]


  1. Historical dictionary of American propaganda, By Martin J. Manning, Herbert Romerstein, page 72

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