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by Revilo P. Oliver A PAMPHLET that reprints an article that appeared in the American Atheist in May 1982, records a political phenomenon, typical of our languishing nation, which may be little known today and certainly deserves attention. The article is unfortunately so organized that judicious…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE RECENT AGITATION over the relative righteousness of the two factions in the civil war in Nicaragua seems explicable only as intended to distract public attention from more serious matters, while perhaps permitting some jockeying between rival groups in the government in Washington.…
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Cambodia, the Asian race, “humanitarian” delusions, and realism. by Revilo P. Oliver A FRIEND has brought to my attention a book that will be instructive to most Americans, and will serve as an excellent touchstone to test their intellectual maturity. It is Murder of a Gentle Land, by…
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The Fort Smith trial of the 1980s and Roosevelt’s Sedition Trial of the 1940s showed that Americans have long been living under an enemy regime that wants them dead. by Revilo P. Oliver AS EVERYONE NOW KNOWS, a jury in Fort Smith, Arkansas, permitted thirteen White Americans to escape the horrors…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE Daily Telegraph (London) maintains in Russia a reporter with the odd name of Xan Smiley, who contributes a column entitled “Inside Russia,” and also signed despatches printed elsewhere in the paper. Xan is acutely worried because he discovered something horrible…
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by Revilo P. Oliver EVERY FEW DAYS the newspapers report another massacre in India or Ceylon, reminding us that such massacres have occurred continually ever since the British made India independent. The news doubtless delights the “Liberal intellectuals” who prated about the evils…
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by Revilo P. Oliver TEMPLE, the little tabloid published by a singularly courageous man in Peru, Dr. Gastón Ortiz Acha (Unión 1087, Oficina 501, Lima), was noticed in Liberty Bell, December 1984. The issue for July 1988 is especially interesting. The lead article, “Si yo fuera militar”…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE PRESS has been trying to make a sensation out of a report by three scientists (race unstated), who jiggled their computer and made it discover that all human beings have a mitochondrial heredity derived from just one sub-human female who existed in Africa about 200,000 years…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IN THE quarterly bulletin of the Euro-American Alliance for Summer, 1988, Major Clerkin reproduces photographically the cover of an interesting and significant book, published a century ago in New York City by a firm whose offices were at the corner of Twenty-third Street and Fifth…
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by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE OCCASIONALLY cited in these pages the Chalcedon Report, the journal of the hard-line Calvinist sect which its head, Dr. Rousas J. Rushdoony, calls Christian Reconstruction, although observers think it should be called the Puritan Revival. It is intellectually and morally…
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