By Mae Brussell
"Mae's paintings might be extra correct now than in her heyday. Like these of many different freedom warring parties all through historical past, the ghost of Mae Brussell won't ever relaxation until justice is served."—Tim Cahill
"The major Brussell thesis, if I dare probability dedicate the sin of precis on her advanced paintings, used to be that an ex-Nazi scientist-Old Boy OSS clique within the CIA utilizing Mafia hit males replaced the process American background by means of bumping off all and sundry, low and high, who grew to become an irritant to them."—Warren Hinkle, San Francisco Examiner columnist
The crucial Mae Brussell is a compilation of chilling essays and radio transcripts through the seminal American anti-fascist researcher, famously supported by means of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Mae Brussell was once a married housewife with 5 childrens dwelling in southern California prior to she took up the research of fascism in the US. After the Kennedy assassination, she bought the twenty-six-volume Warren fee document, and compiled, for herself, facts that Lee Harvey Oswald used to be, as he maintained after his arrest, a "patsy." She had a typical radio broadcast on KLRB, an autonomous FM radio station in Carmel, California. She additionally released articles in Paul Krassner's the Realist, Hustler, People's Almanac, and the Berkeley Barb. In 1983, Mae's hour-long software shifted to KAZU-FM in Pacific Grove, California, and she or he remained at the air weekly until eventually her ultimate broadcast in June 1988. On October three, 1988, at sixty-six, Brussell died of cancer.