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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Dr. William Pierce describes his spiritual and intellectual evolution from a non-political university professor into a White radical by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) UNTIL I WAS 30 years old, I had hardly given a thought to politics, to race, or to social questions. I had no clearly thought-out…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I SPOKE recently with an Alliance member just back from a year in Zaire (the former Belgian Congo). He is a government scientist who is obliged to spend most of his time in rather odd places: African jungles, Arabian deserts, polar icecaps, and the like. While in Zaire he took advantage…
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EditorialsKevin Alfred StromNews

by Kevin Alfred Strom THE GROTESQUE pockmarked figure on the right is not a gargoyle, but it is carved into the walls of a cathedral — the so-called National Cathedral in Washington, DC to be precise. It is a quasi-religious icon portraying one of the regime’s secular saints, Rosa Parks,…
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News

A PROMINENT photographer who worked in the trenches during the Civil Rights era has been revealed to have also been a paid informant for the FBI at the time. According to a report by Democracy Now, Ernest Withers worked closely with the FBI to monitor civil rights activists during the 1960s. Withers is…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (the text of a speech given by Mr. Strom in 1994 on the nationwide radio program, American Dissident Voices) WHEN THE COMMUNISTS TOOK OVER a country, one of the first things that they did was to confiscate all the privately-held weapons, to deny the people the physical ability to…
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