Essays

by Kerry Bolton EZRA POUND (pictured) was born in a frontier town in Idaho, 1885, the son of an assistant assayer and the grandson of a Congressman. One could say that both economics and politics were in his blood. He enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania in 1901. Pound was an avid reader of Anglo-Saxon,…
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Essays

Interest-free money, much like that propounded in the anti-usury classic Social Credit, has the potential to end exploitation and de-fund illegitimate Jewish power. by M.C. Cardinale
International Federation of Environmental Journalists IN THE FACE of an economic system which seems to be premised…
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AudioClassic Essays

For the first time in written form, we present a profoundly inspirational speech by Jack Pershing, delivered 30 years ago this month at the General Convention of the National Alliance. (By clicking on the embedded player you can listen to the original recording.) This is one of my very favorite essays
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