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Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson LET US BEGIN by looking at democracy’s record. The examples most commonly and confidently adduced are those of ancient Greece, and modern England, France, and the United States. Yet the record need not detain us very long. In the case of Greece, it may be questioned whether…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Washington, DC in 1945, the year Revilo Oliver left his secret work for the War Department and returned to his home in Illinois by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN THE WESTBOUND Capitol Limited ran through Silver Spring in the autumn of 1945, my wife insists that there was a visible change in my countenance and some…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST WEEK we talked about the corruption of America’s judicial system, and I mentioned a few specific examples of this corruption. It’s a very big and very important subject, though, and we ought to explore it further. I’ll talk about more examples of corruption…
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Henry Ford by Henry Ford
and the staff of the Dearborn Independent THE STORY OF THE Jews in America begins with Christopher Columbus. On August 2, 1492, more than 300,000 Jews were expelled from Spain, with which event Spain’s prestige began its long decline, and on August 3, the next day, Columbus set…
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by William Gayley Simpson IT SHOULD BE clear that the primary object to be sought by every healthy society and to be conserved by every sound and responsible government is something very different from the materialistic absorption in raising the standard of living of the masses. To be sure, the welfare…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Diane Feinstein by Dr. William L. Pierce THE SUBJECT ABOUT which I have spoken with you more than any other is the destructive effect on our people and on our civilization of the Jewish control of our mass media of news and entertainment. In nearly every broadcast, I’ve mentioned the damage done…
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by William Gayley Simpson ONE MAY well doubt whether there is anything I can add concerning the respective merits of democracy and aristocracy that has not already been said by Aristotle, Plato, and Confucius — by Lecky, Arnold, Stephen, Maine, Carlyle, Ruskin, Burke, and Nietzsche; by Mairet, Cram,…
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Classic Essays

As part of our commitment to the celebration of forgotten classics — i.e., great works of the past which have been intentionally flushed down the memory hole by our Orwellian overlords — National Vanguard is proud to present a condensed version of David Starr Jordan’s pioneering treatise 
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Henry Ford by Henry Ford
and the staff of the Dearborn Independent “Among the distinguishing mental and moral traits of the Jews may be mentioned: distaste for hard or violent physical labor; a strong family sense and philoprogenitiveness; a marked religious instinct; the courage of the prophet and…
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by William Gayley Simpson Historically speaking, I believe there was no nation that could ever subsist on Democracy. This lesson will have to be learned under penalties. England will either have to learn it, or England will cease to exist among nations. (Thomas Carlyle) There were three principles…
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