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1) This infomration appeared on the masthead of the Spotlight in 
the May 17, 1993 edition:
 
The Spotlight is published weekly except for two issues 
combined into one at the beginning of the year by Cordite 
Fidelity, Inc. at 300 Independence Ave. SE, Washington, D.C. 
20003. Telephone:
editorial dept.     202-544-1794
Executive ofc.      202-546-5611
Subscription Dept.  202-546-5621 
Circulation Dept.   202-546-5621
 
However, the Spotlight has referred to Liberty Lobby as the 
publisher of the Spotlight-see PAC FAQ first paragraph. Most 
likely Cordite Fidelity is some sort of holding company.
 
2) The author of the National Front is Nigel Fielding. The 
publisher is Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.
 
3) The reference to the Nazi-style attire of Tyndall in the HIll 
book comes from the caption of an un-numbered page which is one 
of the photographs ("plates" I would call them) in the center of 
the book between pages 160 and 161. You may cite page 61 (sixty-
one) which describes the Spearhead paramilitary group and its 
breakup by police.
 
4) Scriptures for America, P.O. Box 766, LaPorte, Colorado, 
80535. It is put out by Pete Peters' 
 
5) Aho reference to Pace Amendment pages 261-263.
 
6) Called to Serve, Lazarus Publishing Company, Box 472 HCR-31, 
Sandy Valley, Nevada, copyright 1991 by James Bo Gritz.
 
7) Criminal Politics, Patterson Strategy Organization, P.O. Box 
37812, Cincinnati, Ohio 45222

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