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Revilo P. Oliver

Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IN THE 1920s, the Chicago Tribune, then an American newspaper, decided to found a magazine that would compete with Collier’s, The American, and similar popular journals. A contest to name the new publication was won by a man who suggested ‘Liberty.’ The periodical…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AS I WRITE, it is not yet apparent why the government in Washington invaded Panama after the officer of the Israeli army who was in charge had secretly returned home, leaving his stooge, the duly elected President, a mongrel named Noriega, to be captured by the invaders. The surprise…
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The savings and loan debacle by Revilo P. Oliver THE SCANDALOUS AFFAIR of the Savings & Loan Associations, also known as Building & Loan Associations, has received relatively little attention from its victims, the American taxpayers. Perhaps the world’s beasts of burden are so used…
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by Revilo P. Oliver I SALUTE THE APPEARANCE of a new and worthy periodical in France, Révision, published by Alain Guionnet at 11, rue d’Alembert, 92130 Isay-les-Moulineaux. It is evidently to be a monthly, 260 francs for six issues, and 500 francs for thirteen. Single copies are 18 francs,…
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AudioAudio BooksRevilo P. OliverWilliam Pierce

by Bradford L. Huie
for The American Mercury RESPECTED PROFESSOR of the classics — co-founder of the John Birch Society — radical racial-nationalist — witness before the Warren Commission — and profound influence on William Luther Pierce: All of these things describe…
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by Revilo P. Oliver WE MUST SYMPATHIZE with Colonel Oliver L. North, although, of course, we cannot possibly respect him. Indeed, if he had not been a victim of perfidy and injustice, his name would excite only a moment of contemptuous amusement. Although he probably participated in boyish shenanigans…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE New Scientist for 20 January 1990 is especially interesting. It contains on one page the latest in a long series that describe the dire effects that the much-touted “greenhouse effect” will have on the world, unless the industrial production of carbon dioxide is…
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Count Nikolai Tolstoy by Revilo P. Oliver THE BRITISH PRESS in November and December was full of pontificating about the ruin of Count Nikolai Tolstoy, of the Russian noble family that produced an astonishing number of well-known novelists, including the author of Anna Karenina and War and Peace.…
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by Revilo P. Oliver 1. A POLITICAL PUZZLE LYNDON LAROUCHE, who was several times sponsored as a candidate for the Presidency by his own volatile political organizations, is now serving a sentence of fifteen years in a Federal prison, and some of his subordinates are now being prosecuted in various states.…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IN MARCH, under the rubric “Avalanche in the Alps,” I gave a summary account of the decay of Switzerland and its people in recent decades. I noted that a Kikess, who had wormed her way into office as the Minister of Justice (!) in the Swiss government, had notified the Swiss…
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