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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

The old college syllabus — radicalized by Dr. William L. Pierce NO GROUP OF PEOPLE can hope to gain control of their destiny unless they possess two essential things: the will to survive as a people and knowledge. The purpose of this guide is to provide a reasonably accessible storehouse of knowledge…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

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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News

Students are protesting against higher education fees, which they say discriminate along race lines CIVILIZED OBSERVERS are appalled at the savage behavior of Black students in
the burning of one of the country’s finest law libraries during protests over university fees, in which students…
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Essays

A review and commentary by David Sims of The Mongrel by Julius Streicher; first published in Der Sturmer I ADMIRE BOTH the skill and the courageous honesty with which Julius Streicher wrote. He was hanged after World War 2 for exercising his freedom of speech, during the war, in a way that the Jews…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IF YOU SEEK comprehension of the events of today, do not expect to learn anything from current news: it will be only more of the same. If you have in mind a fairly adequate outline of the history of our race from the Greeks to our century, you may give special attention to the crucial periods…
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Fiction

by Robert E. Howard Introductory note by Gregory Kay: This is how racially-conscious White men used to write in 1936, back in the day before Political Correctness reared its ugly, censoring head. Black Canaan was written by Robert E. Howard (pictured) of Conan the Barbarian fame. (Howard, by the way,…
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Essays

THE MIGHTY DEAD: Why Homer Matters is an example of that non-fiction genre so reviled by the anti-White establishment: books that celebrate the European past and the rich and world-transforming culture that emerged from it. Foundational to this culture are the Homeric epics, the Iliad and the Odyssey
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton Tom Wolfe
Back to Blood: A Novel
New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2012 TOM WOLFE’S Back to Blood is a quick read despite its 700-page length, and absorbing. Of his four novels, The Bonfire of the Vanities (1987) about race tensions in New York City is the most famous, but…
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Fiction

Was the great Anglo-Irish fantasy writer Lord Dunsany giving a poetic warning to the West in this 1916 story? by Lord Dunsany
from The Last Book of Wonder, John W. Luce & Co., 1916 EDITOR’S NOTE: Dunsany (rhymes with ‘rainy’) was an enigmatic man — and a writer of some of…
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Reports

Egads! Jewish and Black patriots defend America from Communist skinheads by Dr. William L. Pierce FOR THE PAST year and a half there’s been a Dell paperback series on the newsstands called “The Defender.” The first title in the pulp series, The Battle Begins, appeared in the late summer of 1988.…
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