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Mass Behavior

Essays

by Blake Hood What are my slaves doing outside at night? I did not call for them! DEMONSTRATING THE POWER to collectively organize without state approval is one of the most threatening acts a subordinate group can perform. Scott singles out this kind of resistance in particular for special treatment…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE HAD SEVERAL film crews visiting my office during the past few weeks: BBC, the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, Arts and Entertainment; you name it, they’ve been here. Reporters and photographers from the print media too: the Washington Post, Rolling
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Essays

by Hadding Scott LAST JULY I exposed a speech ostensibly composed entirely of Hitler quotes as being composed mostly, in fact, of fake Hitler quotes. The debunking of fake Hitler quotes seems to be a never-ending task, because people are inventing new ones. One of the fake quotes that I debunked was…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver A PAMPHLET that reprints an article that appeared in the American Atheist in May 1982, records a political phenomenon, typical of our languishing nation, which may be little known today and certainly deserves attention. The article is unfortunately so organized that judicious…
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Essays

by Kai Murros (pictured) Be always clean in your appearance and well-behaved — your first task is to win the confidence of the people. Help the elderly, the sick and everyone who needs your help. Help them without asking, every soldier of the Party must embody the Party and its propaganda struggle…
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Classic Essays

IN 1895, in the closing years of the West’s most vortical century, a French social scientist wrote a book which talked about the unconscious before Freud, the revolt of the masses before Ortega y Gasset, and residues (manifestations of instincts) before Pareto. The title of the work was La psychologie
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