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by Elliot Dashfield a review of The Leo Frank Case by Leonard Dinnerstein, University of Georgia Press IN 1963, nearly a half century after the sensational trial and lynching of Leo Frank become a national cause célèbre, a graduate student named Leonard Dinnerstein (pictured) decided to make the Frank…
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by Andrew Hamilton RUSSELL MAGUIRE WAS AN ANTI-JEWISH, pro-White, multimillionaire businessman active in American conservative circles in the 1950s and ’60s, primarily through the publication of the well-known American Mercury magazine. In 1956 Maguire (pictured above) hired future American…
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by John W.B. Huie NOW I’VE SEEN it all. The Stupid Party — er, I mean the Republican party — is threatening to sue Jim Russell (pictured), one of its own candidates. According to the Associated Press today, Republican officialdom in New York’s Westchester County, a suburb…
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