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by David Sims HERE ARE SOME illustrations of the behavior you can expect from capitalists. Scotland’s Tay Bridge was built in 1879, becoming, for a time, the world’s longest railway bridge. On 28 December 1879, storm winds blew part of the bridge into the sea at exactly the moment a passenger…
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Classic Essays

by Robert Throckmorton ANYONE WHO HAS SEEN an anthill should conclude that there is such a thing as ant nature and that it is different from human nature. But however flexibly we can arrange human societies, we just cannot live like ants. It is easy to forget this. When the cultural anthropologists…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce AS 1984 DRAWS to a close, many Americans will breathe a sigh of relief. George Orwell was wrong, after all, they will think. The two-way spy telescreens which can’t be turned off are not yet in every home and office, the Junior Anti-Sex League is nowhere in sight; the first official…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ONE OF THE most important books of our time is the singularly courageous work of Richard LaPiere, The Freudian Ethic: An Analysis of the Subversion of American Character (Duell, Sloan & Pearce, New York; 301 pages, $5.00). The author, who is Professor of Sociology in Stanford…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) The Meaning of Loyalty AN OFTEN MADE comment by students of human behavior is that soldiers in combat do not fight for their general or their country or their god or any other impersonal entity; they fight for each other, for those with whom they are in immediate, daily…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) ‘MYTH’ would be too pretentious a word for what I have in mind, so I have taken the Greek diminutive, “mythidion,” which I first learned from Lucian and, appropriately, from his dialogue, Philopseudes, in which he discusses the origin and prevalence…
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