Who was Willis Carto?
Meet the man who’s been called frightening, controversial and mysterious and who’s been a driving force behind such independent media voices as The Spotlight, The Barnes Review and American Free Press, among many others.
For over 50 years he’s been one of the front-line figures in the American nationalist movement and the target of groups like the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).
Here’s the first-ever full-length biography of Willis A. Carto.
Maybe you’ve heard of him, maybe you haven’t. But Carto’s central role (usually behind the scenes) in so many important projects of interest to American patriots, is the focus of this wide-ranging and intriguing work. Love him or hate him, here’s his story.
Considering the volume of lies and disinformation that’s been circulated about Carto over the years, this work by George Michael, Ph.D., a professor at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise, is a reasonably objective study by a scholar who’s taken the time to interview Carto and his associates, delve through the archives and try to separate the facts from the myths.
Includes never-before-published pictures and fascinating details from Carto’s personal files.
Hardcover, dust jacket, 341 pages, exclusive photos