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by Revilo P. Oliver A READER of Liberty Bell has sent me, apropos of my article on the sexual molestation of children in the August issue, a copy of the November 1991 issue of Inside News, a periodical published in Australia (P.O. Box 311, Maleny, Queensland, 4552). That issue is devoted to describing…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE GRANDPARENTS or great-grandparents of most Americans watched in uncomprehending stupefaction while John Dewey and his gang of crypto-Communist racketeers took over the public schools and converted them into engines that manufactured the uneducated and uneducatable White…
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by Revilo P. Oliver YOU WILL BE glad to know that the courageous French periodical, Révision, which I mentioned in June (pp. 52-59), continues publication despite constant harassment (1) by the Jews’ governor of France, Mitterand and his gang. I have received the issue for November 1990. Révision
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by Revilo P. Oliver AMONG THE PESTS that afflict us in summer, and more annoying than flies and mosquitoes, are swarms of addle-pated little zombies, hatched out in the public schools, who squawk as they “demonstrate” against nuclear weapons. It is unlikely the little creatures know…
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Indo-European migrations led to present-day linguistic and other influences. by Revilo P. Oliver AS EVERYONE knows, the Japanese are a Mongoloid (Mongolian) nation who differ markedly from others of that race in culture and mentality, and, to some extent, even physically. In The Yellow Peril, I…
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by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE received five numbers, May to September, of a little tabloid that should interest you, if you read Spanish and want to know what the United States looks like to a candid observer in South America. It is Temple, edited and published by Dr. Gaston Ortiz Acha, Union 1087, 501, Lima,…
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Far from realistic: Judith Resnick figurine produced by Disney by Revilo P. Oliver (1986) WITHIN THE space of a few months, from last autumn to this spring, the United States was, as Albert Wheelon, a ranking member of old Ronnie’s Advisory Board, said quite bluntly, put out of the space business.…
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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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by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE commented often enough in these pages on the putrefaction of what once were institutions of higher learning in the United States and Europe. I shall here quote two paragraphs from a publication of an organization called Accuracy in Academia, of which the mail address is 1275…
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by Revilo P. Oliver LAST APRIL, National Review carried a significant article. Professor William R. Hawkins, a professional economist, in “Neomercantilism: Is there a Case for Tariffs?” took his departure from the fact that America’s industrial potential has been partly destroyed…
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