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Classic Essays

Charles Darwin The history of evolutionary thought in the U.S. contains some surprises by Robert Throckmorton CYNTHIA EAGLE RUSSETT, a lecturer in American History at Yale, has written a book Darwin in America; the Intellectual Response, 1865-1912 (Freeman 1976), which demonstrates that far from…
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With today’s college students’ obsession with “safe spaces,” acts of “micro-aggression,” and an intolerance for opposing viewpoints, is America losing its grip on reality? by David Sims WHEN YOU LOOK at the younger generation, you see people who have yet to learn what your longer lifetime…
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A ruling class which no longer rules; but scrapes, bows, gives its daughters to its enemies, and does absolutely anything to hold on to its wealth. by Cholly Bilderberger AT THE CLOSE of the first part of this series I described Tom Grenham’s betrayal of his gardener, Jim Phillips, in a moment of…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY LET’S TALK about liberalism. Let’s look at what this disease of the soul is doing to one group of our people. Let’s look at the consequences of liberalism in a country in the southeastern part of the continent of Africa, a country which until…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 30, 2016 Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom THERE IS A VERY STRANGE gradient in the Washington, DC area. It’s a biological and cultural gradient. It runs from the almost entirely Black sections of Northwest Washington — where filth…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom A CERTAIN Greenland Eskimo was taken on one of the American North Polar expeditions in the early part of the 20th century. Later, as a reward for faithful service, he was brought to New York City for a short visit. At all the miracles of the White man’s civilization he was filled…
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The one revolutionary force rightly feared by those who misrule us TO THE uninitiated, to be an identitarian in this age seems to be an anachronistic and borderline masochistic endeavour.  Every day presents more evidence that the notion of having a fixed historical identity is a dying one. From…
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The love affair between the Left — and now even the establishment Left — and Israel is so over. US SENATOR Patrick Leahy has piqued the temper of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and faces a rebuke from within his own party after demanding for an investigation into “gross violations…
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JEAN CAU (pictured) was a leading French writer and recipient of the Prix Goncourt. He was known as an apostle of Travail, Famille, Patrie — everything that was most dear to Marshall Pétain. For years Cau promoted the Ortega y Gasset view that the mob has taken over Western civilization. Cau’s…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton I STOPPED reading contemporary literature — works by living novelists and short story writers — when I was in my late teens or early twenties. I found it aesthetically and intellectually unrewarding. The sole exception was the work of journalist-turned-novelist Tom Wolfe,…
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