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Is there a Nazi threat?

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

08/06/2014Journals
World War II has been aptly termed the Liberals' War. More than that, it was the Old Left's War, in which the entire Liberal spectrum, from proto-ADA types grouped in the Union for Democratic Action on the Right to the Communist Party on the Left, happily banded together to take their fighting...

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Ronald Reagan As Educator

Taxes and SpendingPolitical Theory

08/06/2014Journals
For two years we have been instructed by the radical opposition at Berkeley on the evils of the swollen and gigantic multiversity that constitutes the University of California: the vast bureaucracy, the impersonality, the emphasis on quantity, the use of the multiversity to process swelling numbers...

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SDS: The New Turn

Big GovernmentWar and Foreign Policy

08/06/2014Journals
Among the activist organizations of the New Left, two and only two have had a direct impact on American life: SNCC And SDS (the Berkeley phenomenon has been important, but has not been contained in anyone organization.) SNCC, founded in 1960, was the first, and its militance, direct action, and...

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Frank Chodorov, RIP

Biographies

08/06/2014Journals
There he stood, his tie askew, his balding head disheveled, the ashes from his beloved pipe flying all around, his intelligent and merry eyes twinkling as he scored some outrageous, logical, and beautifully penetrating point to some clod who couldn't tell the difference between the host of...

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Palefaces or Redskins: A Profile of Americans

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

08/06/2014Journals
John Lukacs indicates that the roots of the Cold War are to be found in the beginnings of World War II. Lukacs analyzes how Pearl Harbor resulted from the policy decisions of particular forces in the governments of Washington and Tokyo. Volume 2, Number 3; Autumn 1966

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Private Property and Collective Security

Philosophy and MethodologyPrivate Property

08/06/2014Journals
Philosophy has fathered a number of other sciences. It is, as we all know, the father of physics which used to be known as natural philosophy. And no one is ignorant of the fact that economics was launched by a moralist whose name was Adam Smith. Nor should this be really surprising when we reflect...

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Automation: The Retreating Catastrophe

U.S. EconomyInterventionism

08/06/2014Journals
Amateur social scientists such as Norbert Wiener (a professional mathematician) predicted, in 1949, that we faced "a decade or more of ruin and despair" from the wholesale unemployment which would occur in the 1950's. Cybernation and automation were going to abolish jobs at an unprecedented rate...

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Pearl Harbor: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

08/06/2014Journals
The cataclysm of Pearl Harbor occurred twenty-five years ago, and yet the average American, bemused by official propaganda, still thinks of Pearl as an unprovoked act of Japanese aggression that took the United States and the Roosevelt Administration unawares. Yet the 'revisionist' insight: that...

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The Martyrdom Of Earl Francis

Big GovernmentInterventionism

08/06/2014Journals
Above all else, Earl L. Francis cherished freedom; and to Earl Francis freedom meant working for himself, his own man on his own property. He found that freedom far from the madding crowd, high in the Catalina Mountains of Arizona; "A man can be free in the mountains," Francis used to say, "He...

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The Cry for Power: Black, White, and "Polish"

Philosophy and MethodologySubjectivism

08/06/2014Left and Right
In recent months, the cry of 'black power!' has been heard resounding in the land. As usual, both Conservatives and Liberals have reacted violently and on the wrong side, each for their different and characteristic reasons. The Conservatives, in their mindless racism, can only react in paranoid...

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