This 20-page booklet is an excellent example of efforts employed during the 1940s to combat the anti-Semitic agitation of the period, and to offset anti-Jewish propaganda. "What to Do When the Rabble-Rouser Comes to Town" was distributed to Jewish communities to warn people against doing and saying things which stirred up controversy with anti-Semitics, thus giving them and other Nazi sympathizers the attention and press coverage they sought. It states: "Show your friends that the more they shout in public against the Rabble-Rouser, the more they inflate him!" and "If you do your job well, he'll howl to a handful of crackpots, the lunatic fringe." The booklet is printed in red and black ink, and fully illustrated in cartoon fashion. 8 x 6 in..