White Power (newspaper)

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White Power subtitled The Newspaper of White Revolution was a tabloid newspaper of the National Socialist White People's Party. The appearance of White Power in 1967 represented a new approach from the organization previously known as the American Nazi Party. Adjacent to the paper's name was an American flag.[1] In later issues, the top center of the paper depicted a large swastika between the words "White" and "Power".

The paper was issued from September 1, 1967 to 1974. In 1970 Dr. William Pierce was an associate editor of the paper.[2]

According to a NSWPP insider, Martin Kerr, the paper reached the party's mailing list of 3,000 to 5,000 of which some of these were subscribers. It was estimated over a million copies were printed over the paper's lifetime.[3]

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