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Publicity was a four page fascist weekly tabloid started in 1930 by Elmer J. Garner.[1] In 1942 it claimed a circulation of 5,000.[2] The publication was considered seditious in 1942 and was suspended from the mail.[3] Edward James Smythe wrote a weekly column for the paper titled "Unmasked."

Garner was an elderly defendant in the Great Sedition Trial of 1944 who died a few weeks after the trial began.


  1. Encyclopedia of the Great Plains, by David J. Wishart, page 711
  2. Voices of Defeat, Life, April 13, 1942, page 94
  3. Antisemitism in America, By Leonard Dinnerstein, page 134

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