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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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by Ted Wansley (pictured) POLITICIANS obsessively refer to America as a “nation of immigrants.” The “nation of immigrants” catchphrase is as misleading as the related slogan “America was founded on diversity.” Until 1965, American immigration laws explicitly protected America
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FEBRUARY, by presidential decree, is Black History Month. That means, more than anything else, that schoolchildren all over America are being given special materials and special lesson assignments designed to raise their consciousness of the great artistic, political,…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Civilizations fall because the less capable segment of the population outbreeds the more capable. Social institutions and ideologies that permit or intensify this characteristic eventually bring about the destruction of the society. by Kevin Alfred Strom OUR CIVILIZATION is in obvious decline.…
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Edwin M. Wright (pictured) was an intelligence agent and State Department employee in the 1940s and 1950s. Though an internationalist and an advocate of a plan for bringing refugee Jews to America, he saw clearly the danger posed by Zionism. His account of Jewish crimes and manipulations makes riveting
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Richard Cotten was a pioneer pro-White broadcaster, an inspiration to hundreds of thousands, and originator of the credo “Freedom is not free; free men are not equal; and equal men are not free.”
by Kevin Alfred Strom ON A SUMMER in my youth, in the turbulent terminal years of the 1960s,…
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Classic EssaysCosmotheismWilliam Pierce

In this 1982 article, Dr. Pierce offers his perspective on the religion that came to dominate our culture for more than ten centuries. by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) THE NATIONAL Office has received a few complaints (fewer than expected) from members about what has been perceived as an anti-Christian…
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The progress of science — indeed of all positive knowledge — depends on the courage of Thoreau’s “majority of one” in the face of nearly unanimous error. by Garrett Hardin (pictured) “MYTHS,” said Salustios, are “things that never happened but always are.” Though distinguishable from…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FEBRUARY HAS BEEN decreed “Black History Month,” and so a recent February issue of the Washington Post contained a feature article titled “Ancient African Heroines.” The two principal heroines treated were Hatshepsut, an Egyptian queen of the…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) THERE IS A LINE in Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night that always struck me as applicable to our people’s plight: “The strongest guard is placed at the gateway to nothing. Maybe because the condition of emptiness is too shameful to be divulged.”
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