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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) IN THE DECADE before us, the methods of historiography will undergo a very considerable modification. History depends primarily on written documents, from the clay tablets of ancient Sumeria and the earliest Egyptian hieroglyphs to the archives of modern states.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Dr. Pierce predicted today’s shift to the right by Jews — and the fatal flaw in conservative groups like the Tea Party movement. by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST YEAR a group of sick, guilt-ridden Dutch liberals in the Netherlands formed an anti-racist group, the Person-to-Person Committee,…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Tyrants fell when patriots — from Jefferson to eastern Europe’s anti-Communists — raised the consciousness of their nations’ best men and women: We can do the same. by Kevin Alfred Strom OVER 400 YEARS ago, the French philosopher Étienne de la Boétie (pictured) told us “Resolve…
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Classic Essays

by Instaurator “Man’s purpose on earth …is to create order.” — Maxim Gorky THERMODYNAMICS, as the name implies, originated as a systematic study of the processes used to convert heat into a more useful form of energy. An empirical science that has now been thoroughly…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

A review of Consciousness by A.R. Orage by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) A. R. ORAGE, THE MAN who popularized the phrase “New Age” in the early 20th century, and who honestly concluded on his deathbed that he had learned nothing of significance about the nature of life, here tries to lead the…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

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…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) THE FRENCH WRITER Guy de Maupassant wrote a story about a hunter, who, in the early morning hours of a winter day, shoots a duck, which falls to the ground at his feet. Above him, another bird circles, crying again and again with a heart-rending lament, flying so close as…
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Classic Essays

If 10,000 Bantu emigrate to England, the English lose the genetic equivalent of 10,854 White children. by Kevin MacDonald (pictured) ARGUMENTS OVER immigration are usually limited to cultural or economic factors. Political scientists like Samuel Huntington point out that the culture of the country…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Don’t believe those who have usurped conservatism and the Tea Party movement when they tell you “it’s not about race.”
by Kevin Alfred Strom WHILE I WAS in a restaurant the other day with a few friends and their children, I saw another group enter the establishment and take…
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Classic EssaysEditorialsKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) WE MUST survive as a people. In ages past no one needed to explain that. We knew it in our hearts, in our souls. We knew we must survive. It was the unspoken assumption that made our work worthwhile, our cooperation necessary, and our patriotism vital and alive. In today’s…
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