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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

In the decade immediately after the (un)Holy War, World War 2, it still seemed to many of us that White Americans were still free and had a bright future. Only a few men — among them Dr. Oliver, the author of this series — had the prescience and intelligence to see that we had been utterly defeated…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Dominance of Jews over Whites in America, 1937: Stephen S. Wise (foreground left) of the American Jewish Congress meets with Washington, DC area Christian minister Harry A. Atkinson (foreground right) at Washington’s Willard Hotel; the agenda: totally Jewish — to discuss ways to “combat…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

part 1 • part 2 • part 3 • part 4 • part 5 • part 6 • part 7 • part 8 • part 9 • part 10 by Revilo P. Oliver IN THE LAST QUARTER of the nineteenth century, conservatives who hoped to free their nations from Jewish infiltration and stealthy control, based their opposition on specifically Christian premises. The…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

A piece of rather naïve mid-century “Christian patriot” propaganda: After elite Whites turned against their own people, the low level of understanding among many American patriots hampered both their efforts and the efforts of those who sought to help them. part 1 • part 2 • part 3 • part…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The author, Dr. Revilo Pendleton Oliver part 1 • part 2 • part 3 • part 4 • part 5 • part 6 • part 7 • part 8 by Revilo P. Oliver “LIBERALISM” IS A succedaneous religion that was devised late in the eighteenth century and it originally included a vague deism. Like the Christianity from which it sprang,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

part 1 • part 2 • part 3 • part 4 • part 5 • part 6 • part 7 by Revilo P. Oliver THE DILEMMA [of mid-20th century racial-nationalists and anti-Communists] was not merely one of adroitly enlisting the support [of rational, scientifically minded men] that should have been sought before 1939 while conciliating…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

part 1 • part 2 • part 3 • part 4 • part 5 • part 6 by Revilo P. Oliver IN 1955, I had at last to discard all the optimistic conclusions about what was historically necessary and inevitable that I had reached ten years before. I had to re-examine the available data and reconsider the plight and potentialities…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

William F. Buckley, Jr. with an early issue of National Review read part 1 • read part 2 • read part 3 • read part 4 • read part 5 by Revilo P. Oliver FOR A DECADE, from 1945 to 1955, lulled by the miscalculations and illusory confidence I have confessed above, my time and attention were entirely devoted to scholarship…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

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read part 4 by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS HARD TO SAY what secret motives may have been in the minds of the advocates of Prohibition. Two old men, one of whom had been the Prohibition Party’s candidate for President early in this century, told me that Prohibition was the…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

read part 1 by Revilo P. Oliver BOTH BRITISH AND Americans have always claimed to be humane and have loudly condemned unnecessary bloodshed, mass massacres, and sadistic delight in the infliction of pain, although one must now wonder whether those fine sentiments extend to members of their own race…
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