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by Jack Pershing FOR MOST readers having a nodding acquaintance with American history, the term “abolitionist” conjures up a vision of a sentimental housewife like Harriet Beecher Stowe, a homicidal psychopath in the mold of John Brown, or some stone-faced Puritan negrophile. This picture is accurate…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Slavery and cannibalism are traditional in Black Africa. by Dr. William L. Pierce ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS in the mythology of racial equality being propagated by the mass media, the schools, the churches, and numerous governmental agencies in America today is that of White responsibility…
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The Monitor (Kampala) by Deo Ssekitooleko
East African Representative of the International Humanist and Ethical Union I WISH to agree with Charles Onyango-Obbo’s article, “Slave Trade Took Our Best, Left Us Chaff” (The Monitor Dec. 08). I go a step further to suggest that if Africa…
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