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Against Individualism 
Racethink

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It has been opined in past issues of this magazine that man’s most dangerous myth is that of equality: the myth which, in its starkest form, says that every featherless biped, regardless of race, gender, or lineage, has essentially the same physical-psychical constitution and the same set of capabilities as every other, and that differences in performance are attributable solely to unequal environmental influences and unequal opportunities.

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Set Your Sights on Eternity 
Our Cause

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Editor’s Note:

This transcription of a speech delivered in 1976 by National Alliance founder William Luther Pierce is an eloquent and inspiring defense of the necessity of laying the metapolitical foundations of political change. To encourage discussion, I have loosened our discussion restrictions, so your comments will appear immediately if you have had previously approved comments.

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Prospectus for a National Front

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Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

The following document is the original prospectus for the organization that later became the National Alliance. It contains a great deal of sound thinking about political organizing and goes to refute some of the witless parodies of “vanguardism” being bandied about. Some questions that come to mind: How closely does this prospectus correspond to the actual National Alliance? Do the divergences represent failures to implement this prospectus or changes in plan or both? Read more …

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A Call for a Spiritual Elite 
Conservatism or Radicalism?

Plato and Aristotle, detail from Raphael's "The School of Athens," 1510–1511

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The following text is a transcript of the talk given by Attack! editor Dr. William Pierce at the weekly meeting of the National Alliance on January 16, 1977.

Conservative and right-wing political groups are concerned with a number of problems these days: forced school busing, taxes, gun control, street crime, inflation. They oppose these things in various ways: through public demonstrations; through propaganda efforts with leaflets, magazines, or newspapers; Read more …

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On Liberty

Eugène Delacroix, "Liberty Leading the People," 1830

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“Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”

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Why Conservatives Can’t Win

William Pierce

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Some of my best friends are conservatives. I sincerely like them and I admire them for their genuine virtues: for their sense of propriety and personal integrity in an age of corruption, for their independent spirit and their willingness to stand on their own feet in an increasingly paternalistic society.

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On Christianity

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French translation here

Editor’s Note:

Dalí, “The Madonna of Port Lligat,” second version, detail

In this 1982 article, William Pierce gives a beautiful demonstration of intellectual leadership on the Christian Question. The North American New Right, of course, is not a membership organization but an intellectual network/movement, so questions of membership criteria do not arise. Naturally, in the political realm, we are willing to cooperate with white people of all faiths to attain our common aims. Read more …

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Rudyard Kipling: The White Man’s Poet

(Joseph) Rudyard Kipling, 1865–1936

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This article is from National Vanguard, March 1984. The author is not credited, but it is almost certainly William Pierce.  Read more …

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