National Liberty Party

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Not to be confused with the Liberty Party

The National Liberty Party was an American nationalist party of the 1930s and 1940s. Frank W. Clark was national chairman of the National Liberty Party.[1] The party was formed as a breakaway faction of the Christian Party.

Mrs. Lois de Lafayette Washburn was a key member of the party. She wanted Francis Parker Yockey to be their national leader.[2] The party's publications were called the Yankee Freeman and the Yankee Minute Men.[3]

Notes

  1. Testimony of Henry D. Allen, August 22, 1939, before the House of Un-American Activities Committee, page 4163
  2. Black Sun, by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, page 75.
  3. Trial on Trial: The Great Sedition Trial of 1944, page 158

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