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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce Unity & Diversity in Nature, but Never Equality
Miscegenation Stifles Evolutionary Progress
Changing Climate Sped Eurasian Evolution NO PEOPLE is morally and spiritually healthy unless it is imbued with a strong sense of its own identity. Essential to that sense of identity…
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George Lincoln Rockwell protests Jewish subversion; 1960s 1960s Negroes begin to appear on television as professionals and social equals. (Brown and Stentiford, 774) 1960 Boynton v. Virginia, Supreme Court outlaws segregated facilities in interstate travel. (Brown and Stentiford, 147) February…
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1900 Race riot in New Orleans is sparked by a shoot-out between the police and a negro laborer. Twenty thousand people are drawn into the riot that lasted four days. (Brown and Stentiford, xxiv) Race riot in New York City. (Brown and Stentiford, 128) South Carolina – Railroads [Statute] Amended the…
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1860 436,000 slaves in Mississippi. Negroes account for over 55% of Mississippi’s population. (Brown and Stentiford, 536) November 6 — Abraham Lincoln becomes the first Republican elected president. (Zuczek, xlix) December 20 — South Carolina secedes from the federal Union. (Zuczek,…
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1550 The term “negro” enters the English language from Spanish. (Jordan, 61) 1600 The term “mulatto” enters the English language from Spanish. (Jordan, 61) 1619 Twenty Blacks brought by a Dutch ship to Virginia. Some Blacks had arrived even earlier. (Davis, xi) 1637 Pequot War in Massachusetts.…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadioWilliam Pierce

HERE, COVERED in blood by a photo artist who knows who the real villains of the Second World War were, we see “the Big Three,” as they liked to think of themselves — Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin. They met at Yalta, a Soviet spa on the Black Sea, in February 1945 to lay plans for punishing…
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Carter G. Woodson, author of the cited study, who is often referred to as “the father of Black history.” by David Sims HERE ARE A FEW selections from Free Negro Owners of Slaves in the United States in 1830 by Carter G. Woodson (published in 1924), along with a few notes by me. This statistical…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred StromRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver Editor’s Note: Dr. Revilo P. Oliver was a distinguished Classics professor at the University of Illinois for 32 years, was a founder of both the John Birch Society and National Review magazine, and was a leading partisan of our race in the latter half of the 20th century. This…
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THIS ARTICLE will consist of three parts. In the first, we will look at how regions and populations have varied in their technological, economic, and scientific advancement going from the ancient world to the present. Then I will review research showing that modern national wealth can be predicted…
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by Andrew Hamilton THE TERM Gordian knot refers to a problem most difficult of solution. It is a metaphor for an intractable problem. To “cut the Gordian knot” means to solve a problem in an entirely original way, perhaps with one swift action, by rejecting or violating conventional rules that…
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