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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The blatherings of Woodrow Wilson being largely ignored during his inauguration read part 1 read part 2 by Revilo P. Oliver THIS WILL SEEM ODD, perhaps even improbable, to younger readers today, but, as my elder teachers assured me when they spoke of Tango Time, those halcyon days of Western civilization…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

read part 1 by Revilo P. Oliver BOTH BRITISH AND Americans have always claimed to be humane and have loudly condemned unnecessary bloodshed, mass massacres, and sadistic delight in the infliction of pain, although one must now wonder whether those fine sentiments extend to members of their own race…
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IT IS NOT THE task of a theoretician to determine the varying degrees in which a cause can be realized, but to establish the cause as such — that is to say: he must concern himself less with the road than with the goal. In this, however, the basic correctness of an idea is decisive and not the difficulty…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The University of Illinois, Urbana campus, where Dr. Oliver obtained his doctorate and was a professor until his retirement in the late 1970s. by Revilo P. Oliver
University of Illinois (1949) CURRENT ARTICLES on the problems of Latin teaching have had much to say about various qualities requisite…
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by Kevin Alfred Strom IF YOU WANT to understand why the American government supports Communists in Haiti and South Africa — if you want to understand why neither Democrats nor Republicans will protect our borders from alien invasion — and if you want to understand why we are rapidly losing our freedoms…
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Classic EssaysPerspective

Below is a landmark essay which burnishes the revolutionary, anti-capitalist nature of Hitler’s National Socialist Germans, who fought a war to the last against both Anglo-American plutocracy and Soviet Bolshevism, two sides of the same “kosher sandwich”. I’ve made
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Andrew HamiltonClassic Essays

Germania, symbol of the German nation by Andrew Hamilton TACITUS’ Germania, a short monograph on German ethnography written c. 98 AD, is of great historical significance. The transmission of the text to the present day, and certain adventures and tensions surrounding it, make for an interesting…
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NATURE herself in times of great poverty or bad climactic conditions, as well as poor harvest, intervenes to restrict the increase of population of certain countries or races; this, to be sure, by a method as wise as it is ruthless. She diminishes, not the power of procreation as such, but the conservation…
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Convicted of the sex murder of Mary Phagan, a 13-year-old White girl: Mrs. Frank and Leo Frank during his trial in 1913 This is the last in this series of lost articles from Henry Ford’s book The International Jew. In this piece, he brings forth many interesting facts but nevertheless appears convinced
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Classic EssaysHadding Scott

Illustration and caption from Scientific American, December 2003. The text below is based on a booklet originally published with official approval of the NSDAP in 1935. Translation by Hadding Scott, 2014. Consequences of the Decline in Births Threat to the Nation ALREADY IN THE very near future that…
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