Revilo Oliver’s last book The Jewish Strategy deals with two questions: How have the Jews survived for thousands of years? And: Why might the white race not even survive this century? The answers, of course, are closely related.
The Jewish Strategy, like Professor Oliver’s other late work The Origins of Christianity, is one of his freshest and frankest books. Approaching the end of his life, he wears his immense erudition lightly as he seeks to pass on the most urgent and hard-won truths necessary for the survival of Western man.
Chapter 1: The Plight of Western Man
Chapter 2: A Realistic Appraisal of the Jews: Their Unparalleled Achievements
Chapter 3: The Jewish Strategy at Work
Chapter 4: Survival of the Fittest
Chapter 5: The Jewish Strategy Itself: In their Own Words
Chapter 6: A Unique Mentality
Chapter 7: The Jewish Religion
Chapter 8: Conspiracy or Instinct?
Chapter 9: Extermination
Chapter 10: Genetic “Integration”
Chapter 11: Religiosity
Chapter 12: Christianity
Chapter 13: The Doom of Nations
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Revilo Pendleton Oliver (1908–1994), Professor of Classics at the University of Illinois, was a man of stunning erudition: he read eleven languages, including Sanskrit, and for more than half a century wrote scholarly articles in four languages for leading academic publications in the United States and Europe. Born in Texas, Revilo Oliver received his undergraduate degree at Pomona College and his doctorate at the University of Illinois under William Abbot Oldfather. His first book was The Little Clay Cart, an annotated translation of the Sanskrit Mrcchakatika, published by the University of Illinois in 1938.
During World War II, he worked in a highly secret cryptographic agency of the War Department in Washington, DC, and was cited for outstanding service to his country. After his work for the War Department, Dr. Oliver was awarded a Guggenheim Post-Service Fellowship, and during the years 1953 and 1954 he traveled to Italy on a Fulbright Research Fellowship to study Italian Renaissance manuscripts.
In 1954, alarmed by the ongoing political subversion of the United States, Professor Oliver threw himself into conservative activism. He participated in the creation of National Review magazine; he was one of the founders of the John Birch Society; he made numerous speeches before patriotic groups; he wrote hundreds of articles and reviews. Eventually, his disillusion with the conservative movement led him to become an avowed racial nationalist.