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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Classic Essays

by Alfred Rosenberg (pictured)
from his Memoirs (1946) WHAT [HITLER’S] OWN beliefs were he never told me in so many words. Once, at table, he said a high-placed Italian had asked him point-blank what his religious beliefs were. He had begged permission not to answer that question. In his speeches…
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CosmotheismEssaysKevin Alfred StromWilliam Pierce

by Kevin Alfred Strom HIS FOOTPATH TO THE HEIGHTS is almost invisible now, overgrown with timothy grass and mountain laurel, tenanted by bees heavy with nectar and pollen instead of by a man heavy with the future. Morning after morning, for almost two decades, William Luther Pierce would take this…
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Editorials

by James Miller POLITICAL RADICALS OFTEN SHOUT, “Fascist! Fascist!” at anyone who doesn’t agree with their views. The term is especially popular among college students. But do such people actually know what Fascism is? Have they studied it? Unfortunately, Fascism has an undeserved…
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Essays

by Andrew Hamilton RUSSELL MAGUIRE WAS AN ANTI-JEWISH, pro-White, multimillionaire businessman active in American conservative circles in the 1950s and ’60s, primarily through the publication of the well-known American Mercury magazine. In 1956 Maguire (pictured above) hired future American…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) IN THE DECADE before us, the methods of historiography will undergo a very considerable modification. History depends primarily on written documents, from the clay tablets of ancient Sumeria and the earliest Egyptian hieroglyphs to the archives of modern states.…
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If 10,000 Bantu emigrate to England, the English lose the genetic equivalent of 10,854 White children. by Kevin MacDonald (pictured) ARGUMENTS OVER immigration are usually limited to cultural or economic factors. Political scientists like Samuel Huntington point out that the culture of the country…
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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 Essays

by a British subscriber
Instauration, October 1989 Also see, by Anthony Ludovici:
The Jews, and the Jews in England DURING HIS LIFE, Anthony Ludovici was regarded as anathema by the liberal-minority coalition, and he continued to collide with these impeders of human progress even after his demise.…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred StromRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver Editor’s Note: Dr. Revilo P. Oliver was a distinguished Classics professor at the University of Illinois for 32 years, was a founder of both the John Birch Society and National Review magazine, and was a leading partisan of our race in the latter half of the 20th century. This…
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