Classic Essays

by Jeff Hilton A READER HAS asked me to recommend a list of recordings of Western music performed by Western musicians. During long and hard cogitation I have made lists of the Ten Greatest Recordings and the Hundred Greatest Recordings, but these lists are too personal and include many recordings that…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce IN THIS era of falsehood and corruption, it is refreshing to hear a little simple wisdom on racial matters from a well-known public figure. It is embarrassing, however, that that wisdom should have to come from a Black rather than someone of our own race (VIDEO: Muhammad Ali’s…
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South’s leaders sparked White resistance, but lacked long-range ideas by Ted O’Keefe AS THE EVENING shadows lengthened on the deserted streets of Franklin, Tennessee, Saul Bierfield sat amidst the piled wares of his prosperous dry-goods store, greedily devouring a watermelon. Two…
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by Ted O’Keefe SHORTLY AFTER nightfall on September 8, 1865, a train steamed south from Orangeburg, South Carolina, through countryside which had been devastated by General William Sherman’s troops only a few months before. Among the passengers was a gaunt and battle-weary…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce (1971) AN ENORMOUS amount of Chinese Communist propaganda material comes into this country, where it is diligently distributed by such Peking-oriented groups as the Progressive Labor Party. The uninitiated, upon first reading through a batch of this Chinese material, may…
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by Theodore J. O’Keefe IN OCTOBER 1837 a party of 1,000 Whites, traveling in canvas-covered wagons drawn by teams of from 12 to 16 oxen, abandoned the rolling plains of the interior and began the difficult trek across the mountains to the inviting coastal lowlands. It was not the Rockies they were crossing,…
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How a White doctor from Tennessee conquered Nicaragua by John de Nugent NICARAGUA in 1982: Squalor. Poverty. Marxist troops from Cuba. The main export is revolution. With the Sandinista victory in 1979, power has shifted from the Latin-White element in the population back to the Mestizo and the Indian.…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce AS THE DUSK gathered in the early evening of March 5, 1836, William Travis mustered the 183 men under his command on the dusty plaza of the Alamo, a fortress-like former Spanish mission. As the assembled Texans listened intently, the lanky officer outlined the situation. He made…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce FEODOR M. DOSTOEVSKY (pictured, 1821-1881) was one of Russia’s greatest writers. The son of a physician of modest means, he had the opportunity for an education, and was trained as an engineer. He remained close to the common people of Russia, however, in the experiences of his…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce The following article is an elaboration of a portion of an address by Dr. Pierce to the General Convention of the National Alliance in September, 1978, entitled “The World View of the National Alliance.”  IN THE LATE Middle Ages there lived in Germany a remarkable scholar reputed…
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