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The Nigger Word

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At Counter-Currents/North American New Right, our aim is to raise the social status, intellectual rigor, and stylistic tone of racialist discourse. Thus we do not use the nigger word and other crude racial slurs.

However, although the distinction between “using” a word and merely “mentioning” it is lost on the low-IQ and the high-PC alike, it is possible to strictly avoid using a given word but still mention and even discuss it, e.g., by putting the word in quotes or referring to it as the such-and-such word. For instance, it is possible to mention that Trayvon Martin used the word “nigger” to refer to himself without actually using the nigger word. Similarly, it is possible to mention that Paula Deen used the nigger word to describe a black armed robber without actually using the word “nigger.”

The reluctance to use the nigger word is far older than today’s modern political correctness, racial integration, rampant egalitarianism, and Negro worship. Indeed, many whites who believed that blacks were inferior to whites in everything important to the creation and perpetuation of European civilization would still feel dirty calling them “niggers.” Whites who believed that it was a great misfortune that blacks were bought to the Western hemisphere and wanted them strictly segregated from white society or even shipped back to Africa, still regarded the nigger word as an expletive that should not be uttered.

Class snobbery is definitely part of the longstanding disdain for the nigger word. I remember in Junior High School when a notorious dullard, bully, and slob pronounced the African nation of Niger—which David Irving sensitively refers to as “the n-country”—as if it had two g’s. Apparently he didn’t know any better. The class roared with mockery, and I smugly reveled in the fact that I was not one of “those people.” (The fact that blacks use the nigger word constantly merely declasses it further.)

But there’s more to it than just snobbery. “Nigger” is an expletive, like “fuck,” “shit,” “asshole,” “cunt,” “kike,” “gook,” or “Jeezus Fuckin’ Christ.” It is a word that names an ugly thing, or names a beautiful thing in an ugly way. Such words are usually uttered in anger, often with the intention to wound. Using expletives is a sign of poor self-control, as well as lack of imagination, taste, or intellect. These are not good traits.

But in my book, priggishness, cant, and hypocrisy are far worse. People who genuinely disapprove of expletives still use them in anger and extremity. Furthermore, there are also circumstances in which expletives really are the only appropriate word. For instance, Paula Deen is probably a sincere anti-racist and a genteel Southern woman who thinks the nigger word is low class. But when she described a black robber who stuck a gun in her face, it was completely understandable that her inhibitions about the nigger word would be overcome by righteous indignation and the undeniable fact that she was dealing with the genuine article. To pretend otherwise is simply dishonest. It is to maintain the absurdity that it is worse to be called a “nigger” than to act like one.

When faced with a genuinely ugly reality, the person of true class—i.e., nobility, courage, honor, honesty—does not resort to euphemisms. He does not speak of a “rest room” when he wants to use the toilet. He does not say “guuul-durn it!” when he mean “God damn it!” He disapproves of using expletives loosely, but he disapproves even more of using euphemisms when only good honest expletives will do. Euphemisms are for timid, prudish, conformist, mealy-mouthed, small-minded, middle-class, Low-Church philistines, which pretty much describes the default moral programming of mainstream white Americans, which keeps us a docile herd of cattle moving toward the kosher butcher at the end of the trail.

The most ridiculous euphemism of our times is “the n-word.” Apparently, in the past, legislators banned sodomy but could not bring themselves to actually describe what they were banning. Today, the nation can be convulsed with a scandal about a simple word, but nobody can bring himself to say what the word actually is. Thus whenever I hear people use “the n-word,” I play dumb and ask:

“What word is that?”

“You know, the ‘n-word.’”

“Nevada?”

“No!”

“Come on! Out with it then.”

“Surely you know?”

“Sorry, I don’t. You know me. Head in the clouds.”

After squirming a bit, people will look to the left, then look to the right, then, sotto voce, come out with the nigger word. One woman mouthed it silently, hoping I could read her lips. Naturally I squinted and leaned in and finally wrung it out of her.

These people are not, mind you, actually using the nigger word. They fear to even mention it. This is, of course, an absurd act of appeasement of blacks, who are typically too dumb to distinguish between use and mention, and of the Politically Correct who are too hateful and unjust to care.

It also contributes to the ridiculous cult of the “numinous Negro,” which has led Morgan Freeman to be typecast as God. Just as you can’t criticize those who hold true power, you can’t name those who are truly holy. Thus whites are conditioned to speak of blacks as a wise, innocent, and holy race when, in reality, all of us—liberal and conservative alike—both patronize them as “half-child” and fear them as “half-devil,” to use the words of Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling.

Thus I completely understand Jim Goad’s desire for massive resistance to this absurd taboo by using the nigger word as much as possible, although I cannot endorse it. After all, Counter-Currents does not use the nigger word. But I can at least show SWPL solidarity with the author of The Redneck Manifesto by mentioning the nigger word in this article, from time to time.

I believe that White Nationalism will win for many reasons, but they all boil down to the fact that we are the only people telling the truth about race, and the lies, evasions, excuses, and euphemisms have become so massive and absurd that people with even a shred of intelligence and honor are finding it increasingly difficult to believe in the diversity cult. So we need to keep speaking out and standing up for the truth. We don’t have to be hateful. We don’t have to be strident. We don’t have to be crude. All we have to be is real.

 

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  1. Armor
    Posted August 2, 2013 at 6:37 am | Permalink

    “After squirming a bit, people will look to the left, then look to the right, then, sotto voce, come out with the nigger word.”

    After that, the proper reaction is to stare wide-eyed at the person, and shriek: Oh my God, he said the N-word, he said the N-word !

  2. Crowley
    Posted July 31, 2013 at 7:43 pm | Permalink

    Swearing is bad unless you are one of the following: A Teamster, a Marine, a boiler room tender on a tramp steamer, a solitary miner of silver or gold, a mountain man, a cowboy, a plumber. Did I miss any?

  3. Karen
    Posted July 31, 2013 at 1:02 pm | Permalink

    Rather off topic but the earlier comments on the tragicomic middle-class & euphemisms was dealt with by Paul Fussell in his book Class. The book is still in print after 21 years and a fun read.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted July 31, 2013 at 2:05 pm | Permalink

      Yes, I was leaning heavily on his analysis. I ask all potential CC writers to read the chapter on language.

  4. anoon
    Posted July 31, 2013 at 3:21 am | Permalink

    I think there’s more to it than PC. If you think of the muscle movements neccessary to sneer i think you’ll find that racial epithets which require that movement are thought to sound worse than ones that don’t e.g. “coon” vs “nigger.” That’s my little theory anyway.

  5. Andrew
    Posted July 30, 2013 at 6:27 pm | Permalink

    An excellent article, I agree wholeheartedly. When I was in high school, some of the bussed-in African Americans were using the Nigger word, and for a few days I tried using it with friends and family, just for the shock value. It is indeed an act of sedition and rebellion to use that forbidden word, and I got a kick out of seeing the stunned looks and speechlessness.

    Yet the Nigger word is declasse and ugly. Those who undertake the noble purpose of saving their race should also conduct themselves in an enlightened and classy manner. Upon viewing Covington’s explanation for why he uses a collection of un-PC words, I respect his reasoning and support his efforts, but the Nigger word and its cousins are not appropriate for a scholarly publication or for White advocates involved in a political movement with the purpose of persuasion. A better choice than the Nigger word is “Negroid”, which has a scientific ring to it.

    Interestingly, the word for an African in Russian sounds very much like “Nigger”, and when I was studying the language, it was so liberating to be able to use the word without anyone raising an eyebrow.

  6. me
    Posted July 30, 2013 at 4:23 pm | Permalink

    Another “n-word” in our PC world is “Nazi”….

  7. UFASP
    Posted July 30, 2013 at 12:30 am | Permalink

    The intent of the word is to inflict a blow, for the most part. The word is not any more immoral than any other intended insult such as the common black utterance of “muddafucka” or even “muddafuckin’ cracka” which doesn’t tend to bother liberals (and may even amuse them if someone like Chappelle has said it via the approval of his Jewish script writers and producers). Whether insults are immoral or not comes down to context.

    It just so happens that the EFFECT of the word “nigger” raises an issue in that it has the ability to diminish black esteem and bruise black ego on the dime (almost magically) in such a way that is virtually impossible to do with whites. It gets under black people’s skin for REAL historical reasons (they have a wretched past that is evoked with the word) in conjunction with their propensity to lack impulse control; they also *know* that they have no word for us that they can utter that gets under our skins because we don’t have the same inferiority complex about who we are in relation to other races because our past is not wretched and because whites are for better or for worse, the stand generic human even in the minds of PC liberals. Even in the mind of a PC liberal, whites are THE standard. But that’s what the word is ultimately about– blacks not living up to THE standard of default whiteness and the black inferiority complex that follows from such; and all of this is taken in on a gut level by both blacks and whites hence the social discomfort. I’d argue that “gook” and other Asian insults have a similar dynamic in so far as they actually scratch the surface of a REAL inferiority complex that such Asian races have towards whites even if such peoples don’t feel as inferior and thus do not become quite as agitated by a racial slur. I don’t think whites really on the whole EVER genuinely feel inferior to other races the way other races do towards whites. But that doesn’t make our barbs that we lob at them more immoral than the barbs they lob at us as liberal PC types would like us all to believe.

    So I agree that it is low-class and mean-spirited to irritate those sensibilities in a petty way EVEN if I recognize that there is nothing inherently immoral about the word ITSELF. Great article. No one else has summed up my feelings on it as well as you have, Dr. Johnson.

  8. Verlis
    Posted July 29, 2013 at 8:17 pm | Permalink

    America (and to a lesser extent, Canada) are perishing because of the predominance of the middle-class fear of speaking about and confronting problems in an open and direct manner.

    Other people are not nearly as reticent as Americans. If you speak to Australians many will tell you that Americans love to complain about how “racist” Australians are. Racism is certainly shunned (officially) in Australia, but some things are still said and done that would shock Americans. A few years ago a popular local football fan show held a mock “quiz” and one of the presenters answered the question of what an old nickname of one of the teams was by saying “the blood-stained niggers” (the team’s uniform was a black top with a diagonal red stripe running across it). He pretend to to “check” with a colleague about the propriety of saying it but you could tell he was determined to have some fun with the PC crowd. Also a few years ago a “talent search” TV show had Harry Connick Jr as a guest judge. A comedy troop appeared in blackface and was a hit with the audience but Connick Jr gave them a “zero” rating and lectured them about racism.

    I first arrived in America there was a scandal about the use of the word “niggardly.” Although I was a fervent “anti-racist” at this time, I wasn’t at all bothered by words like “nigger,” and indeed casually (non-maliciously) used nigger among friends quite commonly. I wasn’t familiar with “‘niggardly”, but I figured if it means what it means then the “scandal” is no more than a misunderstanding. I didn’t see the point of all the fuss. “You apparently think its definition is ‘in the manner of a nigger’ or something,” I told people. When people answered that they were “offended” by my speech I said to them, “But why should you be offended? You’re not one.” This only perplexed them more.

    A few years later I began to grudgingly concede that, contrary to everything I had previously believed, white identity politics was legitimate and necessary. I was vacationing in Thailand at this time, and I met an older South African gentleman there. Exchanging introductions I mentioned I had recently had some dealings with an office in South Africa and that the emails I had been receiving contained some of the most confusing, convoluted instructions I had ever seen, written in a kind of dissonant “international English” that suggested English wasn’t the writer’s first language. “Was he black?” the South African asked me. In America I had rapidly developed the belief that dealings with black people can be difficult but it felt unfair to automatically ascribe stupidity to blackness and said so to the man. (Even though that was my own suspicion in this particular case. I was a hypocrite.) “Oh, I’m very prejudiced against blacks, very prejudiced,” he said. I was taken aback not because of his dislike of blacks – I had to admit I didn’t think much of them either – but by his phrase “I am very prejudiced.” I was still in the early stages of developing a racial political outlook and someone’s willingness to describe themselves as “very prejudiced” sounded very eery to me, as though he was determined to hate blacks no matter what. If, on the other hand, he had said about his country, “South Africa can be a very nice place to live if you can handle all the niggers everywhere – not everyone can,” I wouldn’t have been taken aback at all, because to me that would have been the language of a man who simply accepts the reality of things, not someone who is out to hurt blacks, which is the suspicion the words “very prejudiced” provoked in me. (Looking back, it turns out I was the on who was “prejudiced.”) For many other people, however, merely the use of the term “nigger” provokes similar suspicions, and the effect of this is to delay acceptance of political racial realism.

  9. Vick
    Posted July 29, 2013 at 4:26 pm | Permalink

    Our enemies have successfully made these nigger word incidents into recurring episodes of “let’s publicly humiliate an evil white person.”

    This is the power of postmodern speech policing – designate some words as forbidden and then use offenders as examples to force everyone to pick a side and single out more targets. In this way, they say they just want to ban whites from using the word, but they of course love it when white people use it. If it’s not nigger today, it will be some other word tomorrow.

    Mao’s stated goal of the Cultural Revolution was to battle against bourgeois ideology after the revolution – but in reality, as a tyrant solely interested in raw power, “continuous revolution” is nothing more than a way to continually reassert power, to never let up, to never allow a breathing space, even if it means contriving enemies. I don’t think our enemies are significantly different from Mao other than having a more disney relationship to those they seek to rule. Continuous speech policing is one of their techniques.

    The appropriate response? Personally, I’m of the “using the word nigger is low-class” ilk. The traditional white nationalist recorded rants and raves using racial slurs don’t seem particularly constructive, but WN has much bigger problems than whether or not to use racial slurs, of course. Still though, I detest falling in line like sheep and allowing them to push us around. In an odd way our enemies want to preserve some residual power of the word to hurt and offend. Fair enough. My rule of thumb then is, if you’re going to say it – use it when it most makes sense, make it count, and make it hurt.

  10. Stronza
    Posted July 29, 2013 at 4:20 pm | Permalink

    “Euphemisms are for timid, prudish, conformist, mealy-mouthed, small-minded, middle-class, Low-Church philistines…”

    Did you really say this? You have something against the middle class? Am I to assume you are either on welfare or living in a palace? Gee golly willikers! I’m most of those horrible things you list and still (sort of) know what’s what around here.

    Gotta go take a piss, now.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted July 29, 2013 at 4:32 pm | Permalink

      I am not against the middle classes as such, but I do think that the typically middle-class timidity, conformity, and penchant for euphemisms rather than direct speech are contemptible. America (and to a lesser extent, Canada) are perishing because of the predominance of the middle-class fear of speaking about and confronting problems in an open and direct manner.

      I much prefer upper-class “blunt as bullets” speech, although the fact that it is confined to the upper classes, and only in the private realm, means that even they speak publicly in the stilted “nice” middle-class mode, which means that it has no political teeth.

      I also admire proletarian bluntness and lack of sentimentality in speech. But nobody listens to people who talk like proles, so again, middle-class mores prevail.

      You can’t solve problems you won’t talk about. And THE great problem is race, which includes the Jewish problem, and this is the ONE THING that our prevailing parameters of discourse will never allow people to talk about in honest terms.

      • JMorphy
        Posted July 29, 2013 at 9:47 pm | Permalink

        In most parts of Canada, one can go an entire lifetime without ever seeing a black person except on TV, and still speak in the same hushed tones. I’d say Canada is PC to a greater extent, not a lesser, though it comes from a different place (blind obedience to System norms rather than a homegrown enforcement of PC).

    • J. Laurence
      Posted July 29, 2013 at 10:09 pm | Permalink

      You may “know what’s what”, but so do all of us. Knowing is one thing, but being able to ‘do’ is quite another.

      Prove me wrong by listing off a few revolutionary ‘movers and shakers’ who were ever described as “timid, prudish, conformist, mealy-mouthed, small-minded, middle-class, Low-Church philistines…”

      I rest my case.

      • Stronza
        Posted July 29, 2013 at 11:04 pm | Permalink

        Who said anything about movers and shakers having all those dreadful qualities? You are correct, some of us can’t do anything at all. We are both useless and helpless but Greg’s good enough to let us spew once in a while.

      • J. Laurence
        Posted July 31, 2013 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

        We’re both useless and helpless? Speak for yourself, Stronzo.

        Rhonda is quite right in what she said; if you truly see yourself in that way then do something about it, get stronger. I don’t mean to sound unnecessarily callous, but if you’re useless and helpless (or any of the above timid, conformist, prudish) then what use are you to yourself or any of us?

      • Stronza
        Posted August 1, 2013 at 1:11 am | Permalink

        J. Laurence: I mis-expressed myself when I said we are both useless and helpless so it’s understandable that you would take this as an insult. I didn’t mean “you and me”. I mean “some” of us who hang around here are useless and helpless (but we still like to read counter-currents and sometimes say something in response to the articles as well as other commenters’ ideas).

        Rhonda – there’s not a thing wrong with knowing one’s own flaws and unfortunate tendencies. Doesn’t mean we “identify” with them, only that they are there and we have learned to be maybe a little relaxed about it. If the boss here wants only tough, capable, courageous and competent people to make comments, well, I am sure he’ll let us know.

        When the SHTF, when it all collapses once and for all, we shall find out in short order just how wonderful we really are.

    • rhondda
      Posted July 31, 2013 at 2:30 pm | Permalink

      Stronza, I cannot believe that you of all people who comment here would identify with those negative traits. Please try a thought experiment and list the opposite of those traits and see if you can embrace them with personal meaning. That does not mean you become a lefty, and give up on making decisions and judgements. It is just a willingness to defer judgement until you know more. I actually was quite shocked that you would think of yourself that way. I certainly did not think of you that way. Best.

  11. 10mm AUTO
    Posted July 29, 2013 at 2:56 pm | Permalink

    Covington is absolutely right. Great video!

    We are letting the Enemy define the area of acceptable discourse and then making White Nationalists dance in the circle. It is thought control not to be able to say Nigger and to steer us to say other descriptors. Even worse, like 1984, they occationally change the descriptor and then browbeat everyone into following the convention (like changing the war focus from Eurasia to Eastasia).

    Examples: “Negro” (1950’s) to “Afro-American” in the 1970’s to “Black” in the 1990’s to “African-American” in the 2000 to now back to “Black”.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted July 29, 2013 at 4:03 pm | Permalink

      Yes and no. The social stigma attached to the nigger word is much older than political correctness. But “the n-word” is definitely a loathsome product of PC, thus we should shove back against it. Ironically, of course, as soon as people say “the n-word” everybody thinks “nigger.” Hence the knowing smiles or the clear irritation when I play dumb and pretend not to know what the euphemism means.

  12. Arindam
    Posted July 29, 2013 at 12:37 pm | Permalink

    ‘Furthermore, there are also circumstances in which expletives really are the only appropriate word.’

    I’d beg to differ: one could always emulate Captain Haddock and let loose a stream of polysyllabic invective like ‘Anacoluthe, troglodyte, coelacanth, economist’; the last word in particular should satisfy the situation, especially if the second syllable is emphasized e-CON-o-mist.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted July 29, 2013 at 4:19 pm | Permalink

      If euphemisms are clever or funny, or just off-beat, then they are not so loathsome. I sometimes mutter “Genesis P. Orridge” when “Jesus H. Christ” would be more appropriate, just because it amuses me. But this is pretty much a totally private joke, muttered under the breath, since if spoken out loud it would seem insanse, not amusing. And even if people understood it, it would still not be all that amusing.

  13. Posted July 29, 2013 at 9:20 am | Permalink

    Even though I agree with Greg on this matter, it may be worth it to hear the other side. Here is Harold Covington on the use of the word “nigger”:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX0ZcLJHJio

  14. J. Laurence
    Posted July 29, 2013 at 8:02 am | Permalink

    and I smugly reveled in the fact that I was not one of “those people.”

    Hmm… I used to feel like that myself, looking back on it now it was definitely a kind of multicultural version of elitism, “Oh, how sad it is,” i might have said, “that the [working class kid] doesn’t understand that there’s only one race the human race”, or some crap slogan like that every time there would be an opportunity to do so, knowing that it would ingratiate me with the Jewish professor, but not at all knowing why.

    I think there are 3 points to be made on this subject of “using the word Nigger”, Nigga. So, here’s my perspective on it:

    Firstly, as much as I hate it, there is the ‘propaganda purpose’ i.e. not wanting to scare away otherwise intelligent people who still hang on to political correctness and still have mental barriers and warning sirens sound as soon as they hear the word Nigger come out of mouth of a White man. I can’t really disagree with this reason. One of the associations between White Nationalism or White advocacy is to identify the people involved as ‘low class’ and wearing ‘dirty under shirts’ to paraphrase William Pierce, and usage of the word Nigger is one of the trigger words that brings this association to the forefront of a quick thinking and otherwise intelligent person who may agree with everything we have to say, but would never admit it because we’re so low class and unfashionable.

    Fashion is all it is.

    Although I must say that if, several years ago, I had begun reading and listening to William Luther Pierce and he had used the word nigger in every other sentence then I probably would not be here today. I remember saying at the time that one of the big things that shocked me about this “low class” and “demonic neo nazi”, as the ADL lovingly described him, was actually nothing of the sort. I had expected to hear gross exaggerations of some random Jewish shopkeeper being blamed for 9/11, and I heard nothing of the sort. I had expected to hear ranting and raving about “Niggers” and every other expletive under the sun, and I heard nothing of the sort.

    The misrepresentation of position and cheap slander that they use to vilify William Pierce, and obviously thousands of others, completely disintegrates when you go the work in question expecting to find a cartoon super villain, and instead you find normal man with whose position and ideas you have more in common with that you ever would have guessed.

    So, I have to agree with you, Greg. Perhaps it is just fashion consciousness to be aware that people will be turned off by ‘low class’ language that’s considered a racial taboo, but that is how our world is in the west. It is only fashion and snobbery that’s behind it though; a high school classroom (or any other social setting) full of white kids don’t care about the concept of racism, they care about what is or is not fashionable and that’s what’s driving them, believe me, I speak from experience.

    On the other hand, I’m inclined to agree with Harold Covingtons justification as to why he does use ‘racially charged language’ because, he explains, it falls into the category of Thought Crime;
    http://downwithjugears.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/why-i-say-nigger.html

    The vanguards of the multiracial mess don’t want us to even be able to think the words themselves, much less use them to illustrate differences and, god forbid, act upon them in a political or even a personal context.

    All of that, I can’t argue with. But I’m also very much aware that if, in the beginning, I had picked up a book or turned on a podcast and found the writer or speaker going ahead and playing the character that the media had made for him, then I wouldn’t be here today because the distortion of the medias misrepresentation and, as such, their dishonesty wouldn’t have at once been so blindingly obvious to me.

    I don’t have a problem using these words myself, and I don’t frown on people who do, I understand there’s a great deal of pent up frustration that a lot of people, in the west, have about the daily inconveniences of life in a multicultural soup. But, it goes without saying that serious discourse and serious publications shouldn’t ‘fulfill the role’ that the media has given them; namely emulating the caricature of chicken plucker in a low-class neighborhood who wears a dirty undershirt, to paraphrase William Pierce again.

    We’re better than that. That’s the 3rd and final point I want to make, that we shouldn’t shun people who are frustrated that they’re being displaced by blacks or mexicans, and who call them Niggers or Beaners. Who cares? It’s a matter of semantics, ultimately, and people who’ll listen to you simply because you use the word Nigger are of about the quality of stock as people who’ll listen to you simply because you make sure never, ever, ever to use the word Nigger.

    It’s fashion on either end of the spectrum, and it’s ultimately irrelevant in discussions about greater subjects. So I say as a general rule; be tasteful, but at the same time say what you mean, and don’t be limited in your use of the English language.

    And if somebody interrupts to go off on a rage about your using a politically incorrect word, then that person was there to interrupt you anyway, and he’s merely exploiting the opportunity to derail the debate and making himself guilty of Schopenhauer’s “ignorance of the audience” fallacies where he can be instantly shot down in an academic setting, but uh… perhaps not on a Phil Donahue or a Piers Morgan TV show setting… yet.

  15. Robert Pinkerton
    Posted July 29, 2013 at 7:01 am | Permalink

    When I was a child, lo these many decades ago, I was taught that that word was used by Blacks to denominate one of their own as trash. In the same lesson, I was taught that, for a White person to use that word, implied that the person so denominated was trash merely in virtue of the color of his skin; or, conversely, that all Blacks were intrinsically trash. Even way back then, when I was ten years old, that struck me as greatly and gravely unfair.

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    Gold in the Furnace

    Defiance

    The Passing of a Profit & Other Forgotten Stories

    Revolution from Above