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Who’s for Democracy?

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (excerpted from his Populism and Elitism, 1982) DEMOCRACY, in the correct, Jeffersonian sense of that word, still exerts a great influence over the thinking of our contemporaries, although no example of it in practice can be found in the world today. It is a theory that was first formulated in […]

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 Shadow of Empire: Francis Parker Yockey After Twenty Years

by Revilo P. Oliver (The American Mercury, June 1966) IN 1857, less than fifty thousand British troops overawed and held in check the whole of the teeming subcontinent of India while suppressing the mutiny of almost a quarter of a million sepoys, native troops whom they had trained and armed. Less than a hundred years […]