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Ezra Pound painted by Wyndham Lewis
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JEFFERSON writing to Adams (or vice versa) noted that before their time hardly anyone had bothered to think about political organization or the organization of government. Read more …
The landmark of American motion pictures is an epic, 3-hour long, intersecting story of two white families, one Northern, one Southern, across three periods of time: the antebellum years, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.
Thomas Hart Benton, "Bootleggers," 1927
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The First World War and the Great Depression
In 1912 Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat, became president for eight years when regular and Progressive Republicans split. Read more …
"We are Making a New World" (1918) by Paul Nash, Imperial War Museum
A White Nationalist Reading of . . .
Le Siècle de 1914: Utopies, guerres et révolutions en Europe au XXe siècle
Paris: Pygmalion, 2006
“To recreate a new aristocracy is the eternal task of every revolutionary project.” –Guillaume Faye