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What We Owe Our Parasites

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (speech, June 1968) (Free Speech, October and November 1995) Introductory Note Dr. Revilo Pendleton Oliver is rightly regarded, by those few lucky enough to be familiar with his work, as one of the greatest Americans of this century. Born in 1908, he quickly rose through the ranks of the academy […]

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: […]

Warren Commission Testimony

The Testimony of Professor Revilo Pendleton Oliver before the Warren Commission 9th September, 1964 The testimony of Professor Revilo Pendleton Oliver was taken at 2 p.m., on September 9, 1964, at 200 Maryland Avenue NE., Washington, D.C., by Mr. Albert E. Jenner, Jr., assistant counsel of the President’s Commission. Professor Oliver was accompanied by his […]

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.

The Aftermath of the Assassination

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver a transcript of his speech of the same title, originally published in the Community Lecture Series Bulletin (Mount Zion, Illinois, March, 1964) I HAVE BEEN asked, ladies and gentlemen, to comment briefly on my statement that the current attack on me did not in the least astonish me and was […]

Marxmanship in Dallas

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (An censored version of this article was published in American Opinion, February 1964. Except for the correction of minor typographical errors, this is an exact transcription from Dr. Oliver’s original typescript, which was written around Christmas, 1963. — Kevin Alfred Strom) WE ALL KNOW what happened in Dallas on the […]