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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I ALTHOUGH American Conservatives hope to restore the American Republic, they generally oppose change in all other matters, and hold steadfastly to their old faith in “democracy.” They must therefore derive satisfaction from the assurance that all is normal in their…
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by Revilo P. Oliver (1985) AS everyone knows, a small band of dedicated members of the Shiah hijacked in Athens a large passenger plane and, as I write, are holding as hostages some forty citizens of the Jews’ great colonial possession in North America. Our boob-tubes exhibited the chief pilot…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE EDITOR of Liberty Bell noticed the discrepancy between the spelling of ‘Maranos’ in my quotation from the Jewish encyclopaedia on p.7 of the June issue and the form ‘Marranos’ in my comments and in a quotation from a later Jewish compilation. The distinction…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AROUND THE middle of the eighteenth century a Puritan holy man named Eleazer Wheelock set out to bring his gospel to the Indians in the yet unsettled parts of New Hampshire and Vermont. His undertaking was not the mischievous meddling that is the usual occupation of missionaries.…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Offices of the Duverus cult and The American Sunbeam circa 1977, from a collection by Jewish photographer Max Hirshfeld, who was allowed to spend three days photographing and interviewing the workers and residents there. by Revilo P. Oliver (1986) THE American Sunbeam has ceased publication. This…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE always felt sympathetic toward the “British Israel” and “Identity” cultists, who are trying so hard to salvage Christianity and make it safe for our race, and I have often wished their doctrine could be made at least superficially plausible. I hope…
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by Revilo P. Oliver ACCORDING TO the press, the Hare Krishna cult has established a rather ornate lair near Hillsborough, deep in the rural hills of Orange County, North Carolina. Most members of the cult are Hindus, part of a massive invasion of the United States that has generally gone unnoticed, even…
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Robert Welch by Revilo P. Oliver ON 26 January 1985, memorial services for the late Robert Welch were held in Belmont, Massachusetts, with the conventional funerary prayers to a god in whom the atheist did not believe, and a singing of the sinister “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” on which…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AS I WRITE, a new book by Dr. Kamal Salibi of the American University in Beirut has not yet been published in this country, and I owe notice of it to Der Spiegel, which will publish portions of it in German translation, and to an article by Jim Muir of the Sunday Times, an English newspaper…
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Julia Ward Howe, circa 1870 by Revilo P. Oliver
and John J. Synon IN ‘Populism’ and ‘Elitism’ (p. 25, n. 27), I commented briefly on the morbid envy, malice, and blood-lust that inspired Julia Ward Howe to write the words of “one of the most terrible songs ever sung,”…
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