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and culture which appears once a year, each issue dealing with a
particular subject (e.g., imperialism, ecology, regionalism) from
a perspective opposed to modernism and globalism.
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Here are some articles from the current and past issues:
Presumptions of Democracy
- "Democracy We Presume?" by Dominic
Campbell. What is it, in theory and practice?
- "Only Connect". A review by Dominic
Campbell of Critiques Théoriques, by Alain de Benoist.
- "Behind the Demos". A review by Andrew
Webster of The French Revolution: A Study in Democracy, by
- "Paint It Black", a review of Many
Shades of Black: Inside Britain's Far Right, by John Bean.
- "Justice: Who is She?" by Dominic
Campbell. Crime and Punishment and the Meaning of Natural Balance.
- "Happy Families". A review by Tony
Glaister of The Politics of Human Nature, by Thomas Fleming.
- "Peace of Resistance", a review by
Dominic Campbell of Gandhi and Godse A Review and a Critique, by
- "Traditional Emancipation", a review by
Troy Southgate of Man and Woman in Revolt against the Modern
World by Baron Julius Evola.
- "Being at that Time" a review by Paul
Shepherd of Martin Heidegger: A Political Life, by Hugo Ott.
- "Killing the Messenger", a review by Jared
Taylor of Race, Intelligence and Bias in Academe, by Roger
- "Legendary Feasts", a review by Troy
Southgate of Tyr- Myth Culture and Tradition (Volume 1, 2002).
- "Courage Style Aristocracy," by
Dominic Campbell. An attempted reckoning with Friedrich Nietzsche.
- Nietzsche's Main Works: A bibliographical sketch.
- "Dynamic Optimism," by Michael Young. Another view of a man who defies neutrality.
- In his own Words: Quotations from Nietzsche's works.
- It happened one Gloomy Night
- Points taken
- On the wall
- The Grape Vine, by Loki.
The Darwin Inheritance
- "The Darwin Inheritance," by Dominic Campbell. A
look at the issues involved in the unending "Darwin Debate."
- "Ludwig Woltmann & German Darwinism," by Alain de Benoist. A look at the
life and thought of an early proponent of social Darwinism.
- "'Races do not Exist,'" by Charles Champetier. Scientific responses to a
- Readers' Symposium
- "On the Wall" -- News Items from around the world.
- Points Taken
- "German Socialism as an Alternative to
Marxism", by Dr. Alexander Jacob. The political thought of the
"cultural pessimist" Oswald Spengler and the socialist writer Werner
- "Back to the Future", a review of
L’archeofuturisme, by Guillaume Faye.
- Other reviews cover Civil War Two by Thomas Chittum, The Impulse
of Power by Michael W. Kelley, Gabriele D'Annunzio by John
Woodhousey, A History of Pagan Europe by Prudence Jones and Nigel
Pennick, Dreamer of the Day: Francis Parker Yockey and the Post-war Fascist
International by Kevin Coogan, Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neil
Postman, and Brave New World Revisited by Aldous Huxley.
- "The Grape Vine," by Loki.
The Name of Frailty?
- "In Praise of Fair Women," by Dominic Campbell. A comprehensive and accepted
view of the future role of Man and Woman in a future society is essential to
anyone who rejects the modern world.
- "The Case of Isaac Newton". Alexander Jacob points to a little known but
influential source of philosemitism and egalitarianism in the man who
explained the falling apple.
- On the Wall
- Readers Symposium
- "Who's a Genius?", a review by Dominic Campbell of Hitler's
Priestess, by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke.
- "Right On!", a review by Christian Rogler of Deutschlands
Rechte-Ordnungs und Gestaltungsauftrag, by Rolf-Josef Eibicht.
- "The Man Behind It All", a review by Jim Harraway of Goebbels:
Mastermind of the Third Reich, by James Lubinskas
- "A Page in My Life," a review by Dominic Campbell of The Books in My
Life, by Colin Wilson.
- "Green Leaf", a review by Dominic Campbell of A Mirror of England, an
Anthology of the Writings of HJ Massingham, by Dominic Campbell.
- "The Grape Vine", by "Loki."
For an New Education
- "For a New
Education", by Dominic Campbell.
Neo-conservative Reich of Edgar Julius Jung", by Alexander Jacob.
- On the Wall
- Readers Symposium
- "Who's a
Genius", a review by Mark Ashton of Schockley on Eugenics and
Race, by Roger Pearson.
- Review by Mark Ashton of The Social Meaning of Modern Biology from
Social Darwinism to Sociobiology, by Howard Kaye.
- "A Deeper
Shade of Green", a review by Dominic Campbell of Environmentalism and
Political Theory, by Robyn Eckersley.
- "Where do you come from? Where do you go?", a review by Peter White of
The Thirteenth Tribe, by Arthur Koestler.
- "Do you Remember me?", a review by Jim Harraway of Diaries, by
Alan Clark, and Storm Command, by General Peter de la Billiere.
by Numbers", a review by Robin Waterfield of The Great Triad, by
- "How right is right?", a review by Dominic Campbell of Enoch Powell: A
Biography, by Robert Shepard.
- "The Grape Vine", by "Loki."
The Power and the Glory
- "The Power
and the Glory", Dominic Campbell on the nature of power.
Schmitt and Democracy", Paul Gottfried on the German antiliberal thinker.
and Brown Greens", review of a book on the connection between ecological
thought and the far right.
Invaders", review of Peter Brimelow's Alien Nation.
Greening of the West", review of Qathafi's Green Book.
Dich Selbst", review of Richard Wagner and the Antisemitic
Imagination, by Marc A. Weiner.
Invisible", short notice of renewed availability of in German of Evola's
The Mystery of the Grail.
- "Bed Time
Book of Famous Beasts", review of Fascism in the Oxford
Purposes", review of Alan Morrison's The Serpent and the Cross:
Religious Corruption in an Evil Age.
and Old Hat", review of Volk, Nation, der Westen und die Neue
Rechte by Mark Terkessidis.
Farm", review of Die McDonaldisierung der Gesellschaft by George
Mentality", review of Siege: The Collected Writings of James Mason
by George Ritzer.
review of Harold Bloom's The Western Canon: The Books and Schools of the
- "Life after
West", review of Alain de Benoist's Europe, Tiers Monde Meme
To Dream of Empires
- "Dream of
Empires", Dominic Campbell on the nature of empires and imperialism.
Grapevine", a column by "Loki", with his own reflections on Empire.
- "The Peoples
of Europe: Corsica", by Giuse Centophani.
Culture", an account of Northern European aesthetics in the National
Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.
in Revolt", Karl Richter's review of Revolt against the Modern
World, the major work of Julius Evola.
Blues", a review-essay on The Making of the Old Southern Sound,
Bluegrass Blues, by Robert Cantwell.
- "A Hell of
a Journey", a review of A Life of Sir Richard Burton, by Fawn
Games", a review of Churchill's War, by David Irving.
in Perspective", a review of the publications Perspectives and
Fourth World Review.
- "See no
Evil", a review of Spoken in Darkness by Ann E. Imbrie.
German Empire?", a review of Friedensmacht Deutschland, Plaedoyer fuer
einen neuen Patriotismus, by Alfred Mechtersheimer.
- "Murder, He
Said", a review of Who Murdered my Father, Rudolph Hess, by
- "Just an
Ordinary Muse", a review of two volumes of collected poems and letters by
- "You will
be Harmonised!", a review of Merrie England-2000 by Colin Jordan.
- "Out of
Order", reviews of Hunter and A Candidate for the Order.
to Effect", a review of two poetry books.
- "The Right
Set", a review of the journals of Anthony Powell.
before Birth?", a review of God, a self-published book by
Revisited", a review of Richard Wagner: Visionen, Werk, Weltanschaung,
Deutung by Professor Karl Richter.
Reich", a review of the music of Frank Rennicke.
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