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Classic Essays

George Lincoln Rockwell by George Lincoln Rockwell The following article was written by Lincoln Rockwell, commander of the World Union of National Socialists, in 1959, three years before the formation of the World Union with Colin Jordan in the Cotswold, England, in 1962 and then revised for publication
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by Matt Koehl EVERY AGE AND EVERY GENERATION has experienced its share of problems and difficulties. So, what is different about those of the present time? What makes today’s problems special and unique? Very simply, they represent much more than a passing discomfort. They are symptomatic of a systemic…
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Did the human “domestication” inherent in civilized society cause genetic changes? Could that partially account for the acceptance of Christianity and the rise of the more submissive male? Could this have applied not only to Rome, but to all advanced European societies? Abstract OVER…
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Try to ignore the remaining vestiges of liberalism and Christianity in this young woman’s essay, and read it for the insights she shares on the vastly different nature of the African mentality (which she sometimes mistakenly attributes to Islam). by Karin McQuillan THREE WEEKS AFTER college,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Professor Oliver’s brilliant summary of our race’s interactions with Amerinds; he wrote in 1991, before the Solutrean hypothesis and genetic studies that showed that some eastern Amerind tribes had considerable infusions of European blood. by Revilo P. Oliver JONES-CRESSON forged…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims I LOVE beauty, and I love truth, and that’s what makes me a civilized man. Civilization is generally marked by a greater level of technology than barbaric societies have, but this is a correlation, a rule with exceptions. Civilization is the twinned pursuit of truth and beauty, in…
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by Bane IN A NATION that doesn’t have a basis in the common values of blood and soil, it falls to the inhabitants of that nation to devise their own flawed basis by which citizenship can be bestowed on the outsiders looking in. One of the most commonly peddled assumptions is that military service is a decent…
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David SimsEssays

Intelligence, strength, and race by David Sims FOR HUMANS, greater strength and greater intelligence (and greater dexterity) stay gold throughout a very wide range of environments. It would be difficult to contrive an environment in which weaker men are more likely to survive than stronger men,…
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by James Harting IN EVERYDAY CONVERSATION, the words “barbarian” and “savage” are used interchangeably. This is understandable, as both terms refer to people or societies that are uncivilized. Yet, there really is an important distinction to be made between them. The term “barbarian” correctly…
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THIS ARTICLE will consist of three parts. In the first, we will look at how regions and populations have varied in their technological, economic, and scientific advancement going from the ancient world to the present. Then I will review research showing that modern national wealth can be predicted…
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