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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AT THE BEGINNING of this century, the decadent Turkish Empire was preserved from Russian aggression only by Russia’s knowledge that the British Empire would never permit a potentially hostile nation to take Constantinople and control the Hellespont (also called the Dardanelles).…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE CONTINUING civil war in Ceylon (now called Sri Lanka according to the dubious tradition that the island is the Lanka of the Ramayana) and the frequent reports of riots and massacres there remind me that thirty years ago, in 1958, I read with appreciation a charming little book,…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom (1995) THERE IS ASTOUNDING information available to the dedicated researcher in our libraries, at least those few that have not yet engaged in the Politically Correct frenzy of selling off or throwing away all books published before 1965. There is even valuable information…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THERE ARE TWO things fundamental to every society: the quality of its human stock — that is, the vitality, intelligence, creativity, courage, and will of its people and the values which guide it. One may be tempted to reduce these two fundamentals to a single determinant — namely,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver BY COINCIDENCE, the January issue of Liberty Bell, which contained a notice of Professor James A. Van Allen’s strictures on a “space program” designed for publicity rather than practical scientific results, was in press when a publicity stunt at Cape Canaveral…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce
National Socialist World, Winter 1968 In a sense, this essay is a precursor of [Dr. Pierce’s] shift in approach from the National Socialist White Peoples Party to the National Youth Alliance. (James Harting) TWO CLASSES of concepts which are fundamentally different…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AN ARTICLE in a magazine at which I glanced the other day repeated the trite and hackneyed denunciation of the Inquisitors in Rome, who forced Galileo to recant his belief in Copernican astronomy and thus gave him an opportunity, if tradition is to be trusted, to mutter his immortal…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

In the December 1982 issue of National Vanguard, a letter-writer asks Dr. William L. Pierce whether an evolutionary morality, that is, a morality based on race, is capable of being embraced by our people. Christianity, after all, has the threat of eternal damnation of one’s soul if he or she does
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes by Revilo P. Oliver THE December issue of The Smithsonian, a periodical that oddly seems to be striving for popularity with “human interest” stories, contains a long article about the astonishingly extensive activities of organizations that have made…
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Classic EssaysEssays

by Kevin Alfred Strom A CERTAIN Greenland Eskimo was taken on one of the American North Polar expeditions in the early part of this 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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