The Duck Club was a right-wing organization within the United States, founded in 1980 by a Florida businessman Robert White when he was diagnosed with cancer. In summer 1980 White published a magazine, and a cartoon featuring a duck in a B1 bomber defending the Panama Canal became the namesake of the clubs White founded. In 1983, White's cancer was responding to treatment and began to restructure the Duck Club organization to stem financial losses.
A 1988 report by the Center for World Indigenous Studies lists the Duck Club as one of several Anti-Indian organizations operating in support of the Northwest Territorial Imperative, an irredentist movement to establish a White homeland in the Pacific Northwest.
- "The Duck Club, founded by Robert White, diagnosed with cancer in 1980, was all but defunct by 1984, two years before the murders"
- Kathy Marks, Adolfo Caso. Faces of right wing extremism. Branden Books, 1996. ISBN 0-8283-2016-0, ISBN 978-0-8283-2016-0. Pg 94-95
- Steven E Atkins Encyclopedia of Right-Wing Extremism In Modern American History 2011 - 1598843508 "In 1983, White announced that he was no longer dying and tried to restructure the Duck Club organization on a sounder financial basis.93 In the process of restructuring the Duck Clubs and during the resurgence of the right wing during the ."
- Competing Sovereignties: in North America and the Right-Wing and Anti-Indian Movement. 1998