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From: Jeff Finger 
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Subject: Re: More info wanted on Radical Right and Left Wing groups
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Check out the New Alliance Party, that is, the Lenora (?) Fulani for
President campaign. They are an amazing story. The Fulani Campaign is
actually a front for what some have called a cult lead by one Fred

In reading articles about this group, one will frequently see such words
        "psychotherapy", LaRouche (in the early 1970's), Jew-hatred,
        Farakhan, Al Sharpton, Goverment of Libya, federal matching
        funds, intimidation, infiltration....

Sorry for not being more concrete. There was an excellent expose in the
Wall Street Journal on 12/31/91. The New York Times has also carried
articles, but I do not have the dates. I got a large amount of material
on them from:
        Chip Berlet                     (617) 661-9313
        Political Research Associates
        678 Massachusetts Avenue
        Cambridge, MA 02139

-- Jeff Finger --

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