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JEWS HAVE GOT themselves another Holocaust day, another day on which the Unchosen must bow down to them and beg their forgiveness. This time it’s in Portugal. A Portugal government committee has approved the creation of a Memorial Day for the Victims of the Inquisition. The inquisition was formally…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton DESPITE the triumph of modernism, a handful of American sculptors, including Anna Hyatt Huntington, creator of The Torch Bearers (1955), continued to work in the neoclassical mode prior to and after WWII. Huntington was highly regarded for her large-scale public commissions…
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Classic Essays

A selection from Cartas de Inglaterra (1882) by Eça de Queiroz (pictured)
translated and with notes by Carlos Whitlock Porter IN ENGLAND, as in Germany, the Jews abound, influencing opinion through the newspapers which they own (among others, the Daily Telegraph, one of the most important papers…
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