"He was a contributing editor to the Conservative Digest and the John Birch Society's American Opinion magazine. He also wrote speeches for former Gov. George Wallace of Alabama during Mr. Wallace's Presidential campaigns and advised the conservative Texas millionaire Nelson Bunker Hunt, Mr. Allen's son, Mike, said." 
Writing in 2008, Michael Barker notes that the anti-communist John Birch Society "promoted many widely read books, the most famous of which is probably Gary Allen’s (1971) None Dare Call it Conspiracy (which reportedly sold over six million copies and has been published in eight languages)." 
- Communist revolution in the streets, (Western Islands, 1967)
- Nixon's palace guard, (Western Islands, 1971)
- None Dare Call it Conspiracy, (Mass Market Paperback, 1971) (See Cached of page)
- Richard Nixon: The Man Behind the Mask, (1971)
- The Rockefeller File, (June 1976) (1-4, 9-10) (Third World Traveller excerpts)
- Kissinger: The Secret Side of the Secretary of State (1976)
- Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Carter, (1976)
- Tax target, Washington, ('76 Press, 1978)
- Ted Kennedy: In over his head, ('76 Press, 1981)
- Say No to the New World Order, (Mass Market Paperback, 1987)
Commentary on Allen's work
- Bassman, "Some Dare Call It Conspiracy: Politics As a Circle?", Democratic Underground, April 25, 2002.
- Daniel Brandt, "Philanthropists at War", NameBase NewsLine, No. 15, October-December 1996.
- Robin Ramsay, "Tragedy and Hope", Variant, Issue 10, Spring 2000.
- Charles Merlin Umpenhour, "Freedom, A Fading Illusion", (p.289)
- Will Banyan, "The Illusion of Elite Unity: Elite Factionalism, the ‘War on Terror’ and the New World Order (Part 1)", January 2008.
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- Gary Allen, 50, Dies in West; Spread Conservatives' View, The New York Times, accessed June 4, 2008.
- Capital-driven Civil Society, State of Nature, accessed June 4, 2008.
- Annon, “Gary Allen Dies Saturday of a Liver Ailment at 50”, The Associated Press, November 29, 1986.