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by Revilo P. Oliver THE WINTER issue of the Southern Partisan contains a number of excellent articles. Dr. Forrest McDonald, Professor of History at the University of Alabama (when I last heard), in “Why Yankees Won’t (and Can’t) Leave the South Alone,” discusses the malevolent…
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by Revilo P. Oliver FOR READERS who are interested in the evolution of Christianity, I note the appearance of an English translation of the only significant work by Pope Innocent III.(1) It is true that Innocent was a voluminous writer, whose works occupy Volumes 214-217 in Minge’s Patrologia
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE WINTER ISSUE of the Skeptical Inquirer reports, without skepticism, the findings of a Gallup Poll, which has no apparent political implications and may be accepted with only the usual formal reservation about the selection of samples and techniques of interrogation. A total…
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by Revilo P. Oliver DICK SUTPHEN, whose article on the techniques of mind-control in the March issue will be remembered by all readers of this journal, has an article, of which I have been sent a photocopy, in a periodical entitled Self-Help Update, published in Malibu, California. Two parts of the article…
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Thomas Sheehan by Revilo P. Oliver THE REVEREND Professor Thomas Sheehan’s The First Coming is one of the Book-of-the-Month Club’s selections for December 1986. It is the kind of book that you would read through, if it was the only one you had with you when you were marooned on a desert isle.…
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Washington, DC in 1945, the year Revilo Oliver left his secret work for the War Department and returned to his home in Illinois by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN THE WESTBOUND Capitol Limited ran through Silver Spring in the autumn of 1945, my wife insists that there was a visible change in my countenance and some…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadioRevilo P. Oliver

A 1971 issue of Attack!, the tabloid newspaper of the National Youth Alliance, edited by Dr. William Pierce. In 1978 it would be renamed National Vanguard, which would become a glossy magazine in 1982 — and the National Vanguard Web site, begun in 2003, is its direct lineal descendant. American
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Here we see an anti-Vietnam War protest in Washington, DC in January 1969, the same year as Dr. Oliver’s famous speech launching the National Youth Alliance. Note that the signs have nothing to do with stopping the slaughter of White Americans in a no-win war. No, that is not even mentioned. Instead…
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Revilo P. Oliver by Margot Metroland PROFESSOR Revilo Pendleton Oliver died in 1994, full of years and honors, as they say; and also notoriety. Long a Classics professor at the University of Illinois in Urbana, he gained his PhD in 1938 with a translation and commentary on a 1500-year-old Sanskrit drama.…
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Grace and Revilo Oliver at a John Birch Society event American Dissident Voices broadcast of 13 July, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom THIS MONTH marks the 50th anniversary of the publication in The American Mercury of Dr. Revilo Pendleton Oliver’s After Fifty Years, in which he assesses the near-total…
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