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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 […]

Introduction to Imperium

by Revilo P. Oliver (published over the signature of W.A. Carto [see end note] as the Introduction to Francis Parker Yockey’s Imperium by Charles L. Smith’s The Truth Seeker Company, 1962) DIMLY, I could make out the form of this man — this strange and lonely man — through the thick wire netting. Inwardly, I […]