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John Morgan

John B. Morgan IV was born in New York in 1973, where he was raised, and then lived for many years in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he graduated with a degree in literature from the University of Michigan. Today he resides in Bangalore, India, and is the Editor-in-Chief of Arktos (, a publisher and retailer which specializes in works pertaining to Identitarianism, the Right, spiritual traditionalism, and alternatives to modernity.
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A Day of Honor

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Recently, I had the privilege of being invited to participate in this year’s “Day of Honor” events by some of the leaders of the Hungarian Hatvannégy Vármegye Ifjúsági Mozgalom (HVIM), or Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement, Read more …

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Getting the Question Right:
Avoiding Trump’s Fatal Half-Measures

Naturalized U.S. citizens taking the Oath of Allegiance.

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We knew it was going to be this way: liberals are going to get indignant and obstructionist about any policy that President Trump tries to enact over the next four years, no matter how reasonable or unremarkable it may be in actuality. Read more …

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Remembering Robinson Jeffers:
January 10, 1887–January 20, 1962

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Robinson Jeffers was born on January 10, 1887.

Once regarded as one of the greatest American poets, Jeffers is largely forgotten by the literary establishment today, no doubt because of his politically incorrect subjects and views. A Nietzschean who was accused of fascist sympathies (which he denied), he celebrated nature and the outdoors in his work, eschewing the abstruse modernist style that was fashionable in his day. Read more …

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The Hungarian Referendum
And the Winner is . . . Apathy

Viktor Orbán

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The results of Hungary’s referendum on the EU’s migrant quotas are in: most Hungarians don’t want to allow the EU to force them to accept migrants, but don’t care enough to bother going to the polls to vote against it.  Read more …

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Only Two Days Remain!
Kickstart Arktos’ Translation of Benoist’s View from the Right

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ViewfromtheRightOne of the primary reasons we created Arktos Media in 2010 was to make the groundbreaking works of Alain de Benoist, the founder and chief thinker of the European New Right, available in English at long last, and toward this end we acquired the rights to his corpus right away. Since then, we have published five of his books in English, and two more will be appearing shortly – The Indo-Europeans and The Runes and the Origins of Writing. Read more …

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Arktos’ Guillaume Faye Kickstarter Campaign

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Arktos has acquired the English-language rights to all of Guillaume Faye’s works that were written over the past 20 years. So far we’ve published five of them, and the most recent, The Colonisation of Europe, was just published this month. Recently, we also purchased the rights to his most recent titles (other than Sex and Deviance, which we published in 2014). We are now launching a Kickstarter campaign as part of an effort to get these translated and published within the next year.  Read more …

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The Camp of the Migrants

Viktor Orbán

Viktor Orbán

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Many on the Right these days are fascinated by Vladimir Putin, but if one wants to look for a politician who is actually doing something that benefits Europe in a tangible way, one need look no further than Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán. Orbán’s actions against illegal immigration in recent weeks have almost made me inclined – emphasis on almost – to forgive him for his banning of the conference that my company, Arktos, had planned to hold alongside the National Policy Institute nearly a year ago (something that he personally ordered).  Read more …

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Odpočívej v pokoji, Rayi Bradbury

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Ray Bradbury, spisovatel nejlépe známý díky románůmMarťanská kronika, 451 stupňů Fahrenheita, a autor stovek dalších povídek, zemřel 5. června 2012 ve věku 91 let. S jeho osobou ztrácí Amerika nejen jednoho ze svých nejlepších spisovatelů, ale také jednoho z našich posledních skutečných spisovatelů.

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Jobbik Makes Gains in 2014 Hungarian Elections

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Yesterday (Sunday, April 6), the national parliamentary elections, which are held every four years, took place in Hungary. This election was particularly notable in that it was the first time that those of Hungarian ethnicity who reside in other countries were allowed to participate – a significant change considering how many Hungarians live outside of Hungary’s borders at the present time, most especially in those territories which it lost following its defeat in the First World War.  Read more …

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A Heroic Vision for Our Time:
The Life & Ideas of Colin Wilson

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Colin Wilson, the English author of well over a hundred books on subjects as diverse as philosophy, literary criticism, criminology, and the occult, as well as many novels, essays and short stories, passed away last Thursday (December 5, 2013) at 11:45 PM local time, in the presence of his wife, Joy, and his daughter, Sally. He was 82.

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