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Our Napoleon

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Napoleon has generally been viewed harshly by anti-liberal thinkers, with a few notable exceptions such as Nietzsche and Léon Bloy. A great deal of criticism has been leveled at him. He has been accused of being a mere petty dictator without any higher authority legitimizing him, an enemy of the Catholic Church, a liberal egalitarian who brought the violence of the French Revolution to the legitimate monarchies of Europe in his conquests.  Read more …

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Leftist Personality Types

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Francisco Goya, “Saturn Devouring his Son,” c. 1819–1823

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The following essay was later incorporated into Kerry Bolton’s The Psychotic Left: From Jacobin France to the Occupy Movement, available from Black House Publishing

In order to understand how such outbreaks of mass psychosis [as the French and Bolshevik Revolutions] manifest with the intent of bringing about the overthrow of civilisation and the resurgence of the atavistic, Read more …

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Psychopathology of the Left:
Some Preliminary Notes

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The following essay was later incorporated into Kerry Bolton’s The Psychotic Left: From Jacobin France to the Occupy Movement, available from Black House Publishing

The ‘Right’ of the political dichotomy, including even social and moral values that have traditionally been regarded – until recently – as normative, has for approximately eighty years, been the subject of analysis not just politically and sociologically, but psychologically.  Read more …

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From Salon to Guillotine
Augustin Cochin on the French Revolution

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Augustin Cochin
Organizing the Revolution: Selections From Augustin Cochin
Translated by Nancy Derr Polin with a Preface by Claude Polin
Rockford, Ill.: Chronicles Press, 2007

The Rockford Institute’s publication of Organizing the Revolution marks the first appearance in our language of an historian whose insights apply not only to the French Revolution but to much of modern politics as well. Read more …

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