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After Fifty Years

by Revilo P. Oliver (The American Mercury, Fall 1969) FOR HALF A CENTURY, generation after generation, large numbers of Americans have worked hard and sometimes desperately to avert the subversion and capture of their nation. And they have failed — utterly. Since 1920, they have formed at least ten thousand “Conservative” and “Anti-Communist” organizations, large […]

The Road Ahead

The successes and failures of patriotic efforts in the United States; the assassination of John F. Kennedy by the enemies of America; and a frank account of the only possible way to a new American consensus — an honest use of the issue of race. Speech given to the Congress of Freedom; 14th April, 1967: […]

Self-Preservation

In this ground-breaking speech, Dr. Oliver urges anti-Communist groups to face the biological reality of race; he also discusses the history of, and infighting among and within, patriotic resistance groups in the United States; the Paul Reveres, Elizabeth Dilling, Colonel Edwin Hadley; Transcendentalism; Abolitionism; the insane sentimentalism and “do-gooding” of our people. Speech given to […]

The Mad Marxmen

The vicious press campaign against Dr. Oliver after the publication of his articles on the Kennedy assassination, and other such smear campaigns in the 20th century. Speech given to the Congress of Freedom; April 1964, Birmingham, Alabama: 63 minutes.