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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom TODAY I’VE BEEN READING a book entitled Personal Beauty and Racial Betterment. The book is very rare today. It was published in 1920, during that hopeful time when a strong and mostly-healthy America was awakening to the scientific truths about race and the infinite possibilities…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Josiah Nott JEWS, AS A GROUP, oppose beauty. In the many modern cultural movements that have spread an all-pervasive decadence upon our Western lands this one truth is evident. (ILLUSTRATION: bust of Nathalie Osborn by Margaret French Cresson) In the early nineteenth century this did not yet appear…
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Classic Essays

by B. John Zavrel
Originally published in: Arno Breker: Divine Beauty in Art “Who in all his work sees God,
He in truth goes unto God:
God is his worship, God is his offering,
Offered by God in the fire of God:”
— The Bhagavad Gita THOUGHTS FLY OFTEN back to that memorable evening when…
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by Nelson Rosit FOUR BLOCKS NORTH of the main tourist attractions on the Washington Mall lies a cultural gem no reader visiting the anti-nation’s capital should miss. The National Museum of American Art (NMAA), along with the National Portrait Gallery, is housed in the Old Patent Building.…
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by Jeff Hilson SCULPTURE, AS AN ART form, is not native to Northwest Europe. Northern Europeans excel in painting, graphics, drawing, music, and dance: aesthetic forms more individualistic than the grandiose formalism of monumental sculpture. Sculptural development needed large metropolitan…
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by Sir Oswald Mosley (pictured) EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece is the first in a series of articles which will illustrate some of the earlier intimations, in the works of other writers and thinkers, of the central ideas of Dr. William Pierce’s philosophy, Cosmotheism. Even the reader who is not a devotee…
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