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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver FEMINISTS like to talk about heroines. So do Americans sometimes, when they are in a sentimental mood and have nothing else to do. But I have never heard them mention the lady to whom I devote this brief note, and I wonder whether any reader will recognize her name, although it was fairly…
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This kind of experiment, similar in some ways to C.H. Douglas’s Social Credit, can only work in a homogeneous society of high quality. In a multiracial society, it would be a total disaster. PACK A HEAVY COAT, folks, we’re going to Finland. The Finnish Social Insurance Institution, also known…
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