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The Natural Value of Egoism – F.W. Nietzsche

The natural value of egoism. — Self-interest is worth as much as the person who has it: it can be worth a great deal, and it can be unworthy and contemptible. Every individual may be scrutinized to see whether he represents the ascending or the descending line of life. Having made that decision, one has a canon for the worth of his self-interest. If he represents the ascending line, then his worth is indeed extraordinary — and for the sake of life as a whole, which takes a step farther through him, the care for his preservation and for the creation of the best conditions for him may even be extreme. The single one, the “individual,” as hitherto understood by the people and the philosophers alike, is an error after all: he is nothing by himself, no atom, no “link in the chain,” nothing merely inherited from former times; he is the whole single line of humanity up to himself. If he represents the descending development, decay, chronic degeneration, and sickness (sicknesses are, in general, the consequences of decay, not its causes), then he has small worth, and the minimum of decency requires that he take away as little as possible from those who have turned out well. He is merely their parasite.


From Twilight of the Idols  (No. 33).


Julius Evola


‘Barone Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola (May 19, 1898 – June 11, 1974) also known as Julius Evola, was an Italian philosopher and esotericist. Evola regarded his stances and spiritual values as aristocratic, masculine, traditionalist, heroic and defiantly reactionary.’


Counter-Currents has published the following writings of Evola’s:

“American ‘Civilization’”

“Sol Invictus: Encounters Between East and West in the Ancient World”

•“Youth, Beats, and Right-Wing Anarchists,” Part 1 and Part 2

“Baron von Ungern-Sternberg”

“Nihilism and the Meaning of Life in Nietzsche”

“The Overcoming of the Superman”

“Evola on the Egyptian and Tibetan Books of the Dead”

“Juan Donoso Cortés”

“René Guénon: East and West”

“Evola on Zen and Everyday Life”

“Evola on Aurobindo’s Secret of the Veda”

“What is Spanish Falangism?”

“The Relationship Between Judaism and Freemasonry”

“What Tantrism Means to Modern Western Civilization”

“On the Secret of Degeneration”

“Aleister Crowley”

“Race and War”

“East and West: The Gordian Knot: Ernst Jünger’s Der gordische Knoten”


‘The following articles deal exclusively or principally with Evola or employ him as the main frame of reference’:

Michael Bell, “Julius Evola’s Concept of Race: A Racism of Three Degrees”

Thomas F. Bertonneau, “Against Nihilism: Julius Evola’s ‘Traditionalist’ Critique of Modernity”

Amanda Bradley, “Absolute Woman: A Clarification of Evola’s Thoughts on Women”

•Amanda Bradley, “Nazi Fashion Wars: The Evolian Revolt Against Aphroditism in the Third Reich,” Part 1 and Part 2

Derek Hawthorne, Review of Evola’s The Metaphysics of War

James J. O’Meara, “The Eldritch Evola” (on Evola and Lovecraft)

Michael O’Meara, “Evola’s Anti-Semitism”

Matt Parrott, “Freemasonry and the Occult War”

Renato del Ponte, “My Memories of Julius Evola”

Robert Steuckers, “Evola and Spengler”


Recommended website on Evola:

Evola As He Is


More articles on Evola – some from an adversarial point of view:

Social and Political Thought of Julius Evola

Authoritarian Conservatism After the War: Julius Evola and Europe

Myth and Violence: The Fascism of Julius Evola and Alain de Benoist

Julius Evola & Radical Traditionalism by E. Christian Kopff

Against Nihilism: Julius Evola’s “Traditionalist” Critique of Modernity by Thomas F. Bertonneau

Julius Evola on Tradition and the Right (La Vera Destra) Reviewed by E. Christian Kopff

The Legacy of a European Traditionalist Julius Evola in Perspective by Guido Stucco


Evola’s three main books are Revolt Against the Modern World, Men Among the Ruins and Ride the Tiger:


However, his primary ‘political’ works are Men Among the Ruins (again), The Metaphysics of War and Heathen Imperialism:


The following is an excellent 100 page introduction to Evola’s thinking A Handbook of Traditional Living:







Julius Evola – The World’s Most Right-Wing Thinker (Jonathan Bowden talk):


René Guénon


Along with Julius Evola, Guénon was one of the leading figures in the Traditionalist school.


Articles on the Counter-Currents website (home of the North American New Right.)


Julius Evola, “René Guénon: East and West,” trans. anonymous, rev. Greg Johnson

Edouard Rix, “Remembering René Guénon,” trans. Greg Johnson

Harry Oldmeadow, “Biography of René Guénon”

Thomas F. Bertonneau, “The Kali Yuga: René Guénon’s Critique of Modernity”


‘For a brief biography of Guénon, see Robin Waterfield René Guénon and the Future of the West: The Life and Writings of a 20th-Century Metaphysician. For an interesting and readable historical/journalistic account of Traditionalism, see Mark Sedgwick, Against the Modern World: Traditionalism and the Secret Intellectual History of the Twentieth Century.’


Guénon’s major metapolitical works on Google Books (preview only.)


East and West






The Crisis of the Modern World






Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power






The Reign of Quantity & the Signs of the Times






Buy Guénon’s books at Arktos Media.

Nationalism – A Primer

‘Nation connotes a group of people who believe they are ancestrally related. Nationalism connotes identification with and loyalty to one’s nation as just defined. It does not refer to loyalty to one’s country.’ — Walker Conner


Looking at the different uses of the term ‘nationalism’. Note, correctly defined, nationalism refers to ethnic nationalism (as explained in the quote above.)

[The following is written by a civic nationalist]

Civic Nationalism & Ethnic Nationalism

Civic nationalism vs. cultural nationalism vs. ethnic nationalism

‘Liberal nationalism, also known as civic nationalism or civil nationalism, is a kind of nationalism identified by political philosophy who believe [sic] in a non-xenophobic  form of nationalism compatible with liberal values of freedom, tolerance, equality, and individual rights.’


‘Cultural nationalism is a form of nationalism in which the nation is defined by a shared culture. It is an intermediate position between ethnic nationalism on one hand and liberal [civic] nationalism on the other.’


‘Ethnic nationalism or Ethnicism is a form of nationalism wherein the “nation” is defined in terms of ethnicity… The central theme of ethnic nationalists is that “..nations are defined by a shared heritage, which usually includes a common language, a common faith, and a common ethnic ancestry.”’


Selected Articles:

What Science Says About Diversity (Part I) by Jared Taylor

– People seem to have an instinct for homogeneity.

What Science Says About Diversity (Part II) by Jared Taylor

– Results are in: Diversity brings conflict.

The Anatomy of Ethnic Conflict by Thomas Jackson

– Finally, a scientific look at “diversity.”

In Praise of Homogeneity by Jared Taylor

– The Japanese know how to run a country.

Ethnonationalism: The Wars of Tribe and Faith Return by Patrick J. Buchanan

Globalism vs. Ethnonationalism by Patrick J. Buchanan

The Utter Normality of Ethnonationalism—Except For Whites by Kevin MacDonald

Shared Genes: The Evolution of Ethnonationalism by J. Philippe Rushton

Can Ethnonationalism Bring Down America’s Tower Of Babel? by Patrick J. Buchanan

Why Multiculturalism and Democracy don’t mix (Balkans case study) by Steve Sailer

New Tribe Rising? by Patrick J. Buchanan

The Return of Ethnic Nationalism by Patrick J. Buchanan

In The Arab World and Elsewhere, People Are Seeking a Separate Existence in Nations—That Are Of, By and For Themselves Alone by Patrick J. Buchanan

Tribalism Returns to Europe by Patrick J. Buchanan

Is Tribalism the Future? by Patrick J. Buchanan

White Ethnocentrism: Can Americans Really Be Brainwashed? by Kevin MacDonald

Abstractions Are a Weak Source of National Identity by Kevin MacDonald

Nation or Notion? by Patrick J. Buchanan


The biological basis of ethnicity and nationality:

2008 in review: Ethnicity Strikes Back

The major breakthrough of 2008 was the application of microarray technology to the problem of inferring ethnic ancestry.

At the beginning of this year, it may have been tenable to consider ethnic groups as mere cultural constructs, divorced from nature; at its conclusion, this opinion has been conclusively falsified.

It is now clear that ethnic groups are not only cultural-political formations, but also (at least in part) distinct biological entities, emerging naturally as clusters of similarity from the genetic continuum.

1. 300K SNP paper on European genetic substructure

2. New paper on genomic differences between Ashkenazi Jews and Europeans

3. New study on global human variation based on SNPs and CNVs

4. Huge paper on human genetic relationships based on 650K SNPs

5. 500K SNP study of Oceanian populations

6. 500K SNP Europe-wide study of genetic structure

7. Population structure in Japan with 140k SNPs

8. Genetic structure in Northern Europe with 250K SNPs

9. Geography and Genetic structure in Europe (again)

10. European population structure with 300K SNPs and 6,000 individuals

11. Genomic substructure in Finns


To classify humanity is not that hard

Here is a PCA of world populations using 250,000 markers:


Really fine grained genetic maps of Europe

A few years ago you started seeing the crest of studies which basically took several hundred individuals (or thousands) from a range of locations, and then extracted out the two largest components of genetic variation from the hundreds of thousands of variants. The clusters which fell out of the genetic data, with each point being an individual’s position, were transposed onto a geographical map. The figure [below] has been widely circulated. You don’t have to be a deep thinker to understand why things shake out this way; people are more closely related to those near than those far because gene flow ties populations together, and its power decreases as a function of distance.


Explaining ethnic nepotism through genetic similarity theory. Human beings possess an innate attraction to genetically similar others:

Ethnic nationalism, evolutionary psychology and Genetic Similarity Theory


Genetic Similarity Theory extends Anthony D. Smith’s theory of ethno-symbolism by anchoring ethnic nepotism in the evolutionary psychology of altruism. Altruism toward kin and similar others evolved in order to help replicate shared genes. Since ethnic groups are repositories of shared genes, xenophobia is the ‘dark side’ of human altruism. A review of the literature demonstrates the pull of genetic similarity in dyads such as marriage partners and friendships, and even large groups, both national and international. The evidence that genes incline people to prefer others who are genetically similar to themselves comes from studies of social assortment, differential heritabilities, the comparison of identical and fraternal twins, blood tests, and family bereavements. DNA sequencing studies confirm some origin myths and disconfirm others; they also show that in comparison to the total genetic variance around the world, random co-ethnics are related to each other on the order of first cousins.


Genetic similarity, human altruism, and group selection


A new theory of attraction and liking based on kin selection suggests that people detect genetic similarity in others in order to give preferential treatment to those who are most similar to themselves. There are many sources of empirical and theoretical support for this view, including (1) the inclusive fitness theory of altruism, (2) kin recognition studies of animals raised apart, (3) assortative mating studies, (4) favoritism in families, (5) selective similarity among friends, and (6) ethnocentrism. Specific tests of the theory show that (1) sexually interacting couples who produce a child are genetically more similar to each other in blood antigens than they are either to sexually interacting couples who fail to produce a child or to randomly paired couples from the same sample; (2) similarity between marriage partners is most marked in the more genetically influenced of sets of anthropometric, cognitive, and personality characteristics; (3) after the death of a child, parental grief intensity is correlated with the child’s similarity to the parent; (4) long-term male friendship pairs are more similar to each other in blood antigens than they are to random dyads from the same sample; and (5) similarity among best friends is most marked in the more genetically influenced of sets of attitudinal, personality, and anthropometric characteristics. The mechanisms underlying these findings may constitute a biological substrate of ethnocentrism, enabling group selection to occur.


Genetic similarity theory: Beyond kin selection [Abstract only]


We present genetic similarity theory (GST), which incorporates the kin-selection theory of altruism under a more general principle. GST states that a gene ensures its own survival by acting so as to bring about the reproduction of any organism in which copies of itself are to be found. Rather than behaving altruistically only toward kin, organisms are able to detect other genetically similar organisms and to exhibit favoritism and protective behavior toward these strangers, as well as toward their own relatives. In order to pursue this general strategy, an organism must, in effect, be able to detect copies of its genes in other organisms. We order several data sets with this theory including (a) kin recognition studies in animals raised apart, (b) assortative mating, (c) intrafamilial relations, (d) human friendship and altruism, and (e) ethnic nepotism. We discuss a strong and a weak version of GST and offer some predictions for future research.


Establishing the true basis of identity-group psychology (national loyalty, ethnocentrism, etc.): in-group love and out-group hate are NOT the same. It’s a common misconception that the latter is simply the ‘’dark side” of the former.

(When does in-group love lead to out-group hate and when does it not?  The simple answer is that when people think of a situation in competitive zero-sum terms, they are likely to highly correlate.)

Social exchange and solidarity: in-group love or out-group hate?


Men exhibit a stronger tendency to favor the in-group over the out-group compared to women. We examined whether this male-specific “coalitional psychology” represents in-group love or out-group hate. One hundred thirty-three college freshmen played a prisoner’s dilemma game with a member of their own group and a member of another group. Both groups consisted of same-sex participants. An in-group bias (cooperation with the in-group at a level higher than cooperation with the out-group) based on expectations of cooperation from the in-group was observed for both men and women. When such expectations were experimentally eliminated, women did not show any in-group bias, whereas men still exhibited an in-group bias. This male-specific in-group bias was found to be a product of intragroup cooperation (in-group love) rather than a product of intergroup competition (out-group hate). These findings suggest that the male-specific coalitional psychology caters more toward the promotion of within-group solidarity than aggression against the out-group.


[Beware that the following study uses an incorrect and completely made-up definition of nationalism. All forms of nationalism would be subsumed under what they call patriotism.]

Patriotism or Nationalism? Understanding Post-September 11, 2001, Flag-Display Behavior


People reacted to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in a number of different ways. One reaction was to display the American flag on one’s home, car, or person. The goal of this research was to understand the underlying motivations that led to this widespread behavior. Specifically, to what extent was post-9/11 flag-display behavior motivated by patriotism (love of country and in-group solidarity), nationalism (uncritical acceptance of national, state, and political authorities and out-group antipathy), or a combination of both? Results of a national survey (N= 605) provided much stronger support for the hypothesis that post-9/11 flag-display behavior was an expression of patriotism, not nationalism. Other results supported the notion that patriotism can exist without nationalism, even in the context of people’s reactions to a terrorist attack.


‘‘In-Group Love’’ and ‘‘Out-Group Hate’’ as Motives for Individual Participation in Intergroup Conflict: A New Game Paradigm

ABSTRACT—What motivates individual self-sacrificial behaviour in intergroup conflicts? Is it the altruistic desire to help the in-group or the aggressive drive to hurt the out-group?

This article introduces a new game paradigm, the intergroup prisoner’s dilemma–maximizing difference (IPD-MD) game, designed specifically to distinguish between these two motives. The game involves two groups.

Each group member is given a monetary endowment and can decide how much of it to contribute. Contribution can be made to either of two pools, one that benefits the ingroup at a personal cost and another that, in addition, harms the out-group. An experiment demonstrated that contributions in the IPD-MD game are made almost exclusively to the cooperative, within-group pool. Moreover, preplay intragroup communication increases intragroup cooperation, but not intergroup competition. These results are compared with those observed in the intergroup prisoner’s dilemma game, in which group members’ contributions are restricted to the competitive, between-group pool.


The Psychology of Prejudice: Ingroup Love or Outgroup Hate?

Allport (1954) recognized that attachment to one’s ingroups does not necessarily require hostility toward outgroups. Yet the prevailing approach to the study of ethnocentrism, ingroup bias, and prejudice presumes that ingroup love and outgroup hate are reciprocally related. Findings from both cross-cultural research and laboratory experiments support the alternative view that ingroup identification is independent of negative attitudes toward outgoups and that much ingroup bias and intergroup discrimination is motivated by preferential treatment of ingroup members rather than direct hostility toward outgroup members. Thus to understand the roots of prejudice and discrimination requires first of all a better understanding of the functions that ingroup formation and identification serve for human beings. This article reviews research and theory on the motivations for maintenance of ingroup boundaries and the implications of ingroup boundary protection for intergroup relations, conflict, and conflict prevention.

‘Although we could not perceive our own in-groups excepting as they contrast to out-groups, still the in-groups are psychologically primary. . . . Hostility toward out-groups helps strengthen our sense of belonging, but it is not required. . . . The familiar is preferred. What is alien is regarded as somehow inferior, less “good,” but there is not necessarily hostility against it. . . . Thus, while a certain amount of predilection is inevitable in all in-group memberships, the reciprocal attitude toward out-groups may range widely.’

—Allport, 1954 (p. 42)


Oxytocin facilitates ethnocentrism. Oxytocin is often referred to as the ‘love hormone’ in light of its role in human bonding. When reading the following it might be worth recalling the information on genetic similarity theory and the difference between in-group love and out-group hate presented above.

No love for outsiders – oxytocin boosts favouritism towards our own ethnic or cultural group


Oxytocin promotes human ethnocentrism


Ethnic separatism consistently produces the strongest, most stable communities:

Good Fences: The Importance of Setting Boundaries for Peaceful Coexistence


We consider the conditions of peace and violence among ethnic groups, testing a theory designed to predict the locations of violence and interventions that can promote peace. Characterizing the model’s success in predicting peace requires examples where peace prevails despite diversity. Switzerland is recognized as a country of peace, stability and prosperity. This is surprising because of its linguistic and religious diversity that in other parts of the world lead to conflict and violence. Here we analyze how peaceful stability is maintained. Our analysis shows that peace does not depend on integrated coexistence, but rather on well defined topographical and political boundaries separating groups. Mountains and lakes are an important part of the boundaries between sharply defined linguistic areas. Political canton and circle (sub-canton) boundaries often separate religious groups. Where such boundaries do not appear to be sufficient, we find that specific aspects of the population distribution either guarantee sufficient separation or sufficient mixing [EHF: true, but not a good idea: see Robert Putnam’s work on diversity below] to inhibit intergroup violence according to the quantitative theory of conflict. In exactly one region, a porous mountain range does not adequately separate linguistic groups and violent conflict has led to the recent creation of the canton of Jura. Our analysis supports the hypothesis that violence between groups can be inhibited by physical and political boundaries. A similar analysis of the area of the former Yugoslavia shows that during widespread ethnic violence existing political boundaries did not coincide with the boundaries of distinct groups, but peace prevailed in specific areas where they did coincide. The success of peace in Switzerland may serve as a model to resolve conflict in other ethnically diverse countries and regions of the world.


Diversity inhibits community, trust and a sense of belonging:

Robert D. Putnam – Diversity and Trust within Communities

In recent years, Putnam has been engaged in a comprehensive study of the relationship between trust within communities and their ethnic diversity. His conclusion based on over 40 cases and 30,000 people within the United States is that, other things being equal, more diversity in a community is associated with less trust both between and within ethnic groups. Although limited to American data, it puts into question both the contact hypothesis and conflict theory in inter-ethnic relations. According to conflict theory, distrust between the ethnic groups will rise with diversity, but not within a group. In contrast, contact theory proposes that distrust will decline as members of different ethnic groups get to know and interact with each other. Putnam describes people of all races, sex, socioeconomic statuses, and ages as “hunkering down,” avoiding engagement with their local community—both among different ethnic groups and within their own ethnic group. Even when controlling for income inequality and crime rates, two factors which conflict theory states should be the prime causal factors in declining inter-ethnic group trust, more diversity is still associated with less communal trust.

Lowered trust in areas with high diversity is also associated with:

  • Lower confidence in local government, local leaders and the local news media.
  • Lower political efficacy – that is, confidence in one’s own influence.
  • Lower frequency of registering to vote, but more interest and knowledge about politics and more participation in protest marches and social reform groups.
  • Higher political advocacy, but lower expectations that it will bring about a desirable result.
  • Less expectation that others will cooperate to solve dilemmas of collective action (e.g., voluntary conservation to ease a water or energy shortage).
  • Less likelihood of working on a community project.
  • Less likelihood of giving to charity or volunteering.
  • Fewer close friends and confidants.
  • Less happiness and lower perceived quality of life.
  • More time spent watching television and more agreement that “television is my most important form of entertainment”.


Below is a link to the research paper itself, but before that is political commentator John Derbyshire putting the thing in some much-needed context:

John Derbyshire:

In September 2006, political scientist Robert Putnam was awarded the Johan Skytte Prize, one of the most prestigious in his field. The prize is awarded in Uppsala, Sweden, by a Scandinavian scholarly association. (Skytte was a seventeenth-century Swedish grandee.)

As usual with such events in the academic world, Putnum presented a research paper to commemorate the event. The paper is titled “E Pluribus Unum: Diversity and Community in the Twenty-first Century.” [ . . . ]

The paper has a very curious structure. After a brief introduction (two pages), there are three main sections, headed as follows:

•The Prospects and Benefits of Immigration and Ethnic Diversity (three pages)

•Immigration and Diversity Foster Social Isolation (nineteen pages)

•Becoming Comfortable with Diversity (seven pages)

I’ve had some mild amusement here at my desk trying to think up imaginary research papers similarly structured. One for publication in a health journal, perhaps, with three sections titled

•Health benefits of drinking green tea

•Green tea causes intestinal cancer

•Making the switch to green tea

Exactly. Here’s the paper:

E Pluribus Unum: Diversity and Community in the Twenty-first Century

Ethnic diversity is increasing in most advanced countries, driven mostly by sharp increases in immigration. In the long run immigration and diversity are likely to have important cultural, economic, fiscal, and developmental benefits [EHF: which he struggles to come up with examples of…]. In the short run [EHF: or perpetual short run? Also, why would the effects of diversity decline as a function of time? By magic?], however, immigration and ethnic diversity tend to reduce social solidarity and social capital. New evidence from the US suggests that in ethnically diverse neighbourhoods residents of all races tend to ‘hunker down’. Trust (even of one’s own race) is lower, altruism and community cooperation rarer, friends fewer. In the long run, however, successful immigrant societies have overcome such fragmentation by creating new, cross-cutting forms of social solidarity and more encompassing identities [EHF: they have?]. Illustrations of becoming comfortable with diversity are drawn from the US military [EHF: just send every single citizen off to war; problem solved!], religious institutions, and earlier waves of American immigration [EHF: yes, those African slaves certainly blended in well…]


Recommended academic books on nationalism:

Ethnonationalism: The Quest for Understanding by Walker Connor











Nationalism by Anthony D. Smith

Right-Wing Reading List

The following was posted on the Iron March forum (quite probably the internet’s premier fascist forum.)

I decided to post it here to help further our educational work.




While I am sympathetic to many aspects of fascism and would like to see fascist ideas spread, I believe in order to do that, you need to be conversant with those ideas in the first place. Unfortunately, I’ve found that the intellectual palette of people interested in fascist or third position or (loosely defined) “right-wing” politics tends to be narrow at best, sometimes downright impoverished.

This is not entirely their fault because, to my knowledge, there is no comprehensive anthology of this brand of political thought readily available. So I’ve taken it upon myself to draw up a list for those who wish to steep themselves in such literature.

One snag is that a good portion of these texts may not have been translated into English, which is an obstacle for many Anglophones. I’ve lurked in this place for about a week or so (aside from one post months ago in response to another list I made that had been posted here), and I’ve noticed a number of Europeans and multilingual people here, so this should not pose as large a problem for them.

As for the monolingual Anglophones, I would strongly recommend they learn at least one Romance language. French or Spanish are both relatively accessible and practical. I don’t believe that someone who knows only English can have a truly sound grasp of fascism because so many key texts by authors like Drieu, Brasillach, Malaparte, Valois, Rebatet, Jünger, etc. have never been translated into that language.


Some preliminary notes:

– Lots of these authors, especially the novelists and poets, have many more worthwhile books than are listed here. In most cases, I opted for pertinence over comprehensiveness. You should definitely attempt to research a name individually when you have the time.

– Likewise, although I attempted to limit this to nonfiction, I did let some works of fiction slip through here and there.

– I did not compose this list with this forum in mind, so there are many non-fascists included. Nevertheless, the original fascist writers and thinkers were extremely cultured individuals. They did not limit themselves to reading other fascists. Neither should you. In addition, lots of the names below fall within the same orbit and reject the same things–liberalism, parliamentarism, democracy, materialism, etc.

– I am not equally sympathetic to or interested in all of these writers, but I included them in case other people are. I am an atheist, but I still find some Christian writers interesting–bloody-minded Catholics in particular.

– The Russian texts are difficult to find in translation. The Aksakov title isn’t even a book; it’s a speech, because that was all I could find in English. I didn’t have much luck procuring them in the other languages I can read (French, Italian, German, some Spanish). Same for the Romanians, some of which I have not read but included because I was told they were relevant.

– Many of these categories are highly arbitrary and based on convenience.

– Names in bold are my personal favorites.



Joseph de Maistre, Considérations sur la France
— Les Soirées de Saint-Pétersbourg
— Examen de la philosophie de Bacon

Louis de Bonald, Théorie du pouvoir politique et religieux
— Théorie de l’éducation sociale
— Réflexions sur l’intérêt général de l’Europe
— De la famille agricole et de la famille industrielle
Antoine de Rivarol, Maximes, pensées et paradoxes
François-René de Chateaubriand, Le Génie du Christianisme
— Mémoires d’outre-tombe

Charles Nodier, Thérèse Aubert
— Souvenirs, épisodes et portraits pour servir à l’histoire de la Révolution et de l’Empire
Alfred de Vigny, Servitude et grandeur militaires
— Les Destinées
Honoré de Balzac, Les Chouans
— Sur Catherine de Médicis

Antoine Blanc de Saint-Bonnet, L’Unité spirituelle
— La Restauration française
— L’Amour et la Chute
Jules Barbey d’Aurevilly, L’Ensorcelée
— Les Prophètes du passé
— Polémiques d’hier

Paul Bourget, Nos traditions nationales, comment les défendre?
— La Renaissance du traditionalisme en politique
René de La Tour du Pin, Vers un ordre social chrétien
Charles Maurras, Dictateur et Roi
— Enquête sur la monarchie
— L’Avenir de l’intelligence
— Mes idées politiques
— L’ordre et le désordre
Léon Daudet, Souvenirs des milieux littéraires, politiques, artistiques et médicaux
— Le Stupide XIXe siècle
Jacques Bainville, Histoire de France
— La monarchie des lettres
René Benjamin, Valentine ou la folie démocratique
— Aliborons et démagogues
— Les Augures de Genève

Pierre Lasserre, Le Romantisme français
— La Doctrine officielle de l’Université
— Le Germanisme et l’esprit humain
Abel Bonnard, Les Modérés
— Ce monde et moi
Thierry Maulnier, La crise est dans l’homme
— Mythes socialistes
— Au-delà du nationalisme
Georges Bernanos, La Grande Peur des bien-pensants
— La France contre les robots
Henri Massis, Défense de l’Occident
— La Guerre de trente ans (1909-1939)
— L’Occident et son destin

Jean de La Varende, Les Belles Esclaves
— La mélancolie
— Gentilhomme d’hier et d’aujourd’hui
Jacques Maritain, Art et scolastique
— Antimoderne
— Réflexions sur l’intelligence et sur sa vie propre
Jean de Fabrègues, Avec notre temps, oui, mais pour le sauver
— Christianisme et civilisation
Louis Dimier, Histoire et causes de notre décadence
Gustave Thibon, Destin de l’homme
— Retour au réel
— La crise moderne de l’amour
Pierre Boutang, La politique considérée comme souci
— Ontologie du secret
— Reprendre le pouvoir



Giuseppe Prezzolini, La teoria sindacalista
— Vecchio e nuovo nazionalismo
— La Voce, 1908-1913. Cronaca, antologia e fortuna di una rivista
Giovanni Papini, Un uomo finito
— Maschilità
— L’esperienza futurista
— Gog
— Il libro nero

Enrico Corradini, Sopra le vie del nuovo impero
— Discorsi nazionali
— L’unità e la potenza delle nazioni
— La riforma politica in Europa
Ardengo Soffici, L’Arlecchino
— La ritirata del Friuli
— Primi principi di un’estetica futurista
— Battaglia fra due vittorie
Gabriele D’Annunzio, Prose scelte
— Laudi
— Contemplazione della morte
— Oratoria politica
— Il libro segreto
Curzio Malaparte, La rivolta dei santi maledetti
— Le nozze degli eunuchi
— L’Europa vivente e altri saggi politici
— Italia barbara
— Technique du coup d’état

Agostino Lanzillo, Origine e contenuto dell’economia corporativa
Berto Ricci, Errori del nazionalismo italiano
— La rivoluzione fascista

Alfredo Rocco, La trasformazione dello stato; dallo stato liberale allo stato fascista
Giovanni Gentile, Fascismo e cultura
— Origini e dottrina del fascismo
— Discorso agli Italiani
— Genesi e struttura della società
Camillo Pellizzi, Fascismo-aristocrazia

Sergio Panunzio, Diritto, forza e violenza: lineamenti di una teoria della violenza
— Che cos’è il fascismo
— Il sentimento dello Stato
— Il concetto della dittatura rivoluzionaria
— Teoria generale dello Stato fascista
Carlo Costamagna, Storia e dottrina del fascismo
Ugo Spirito, I fondamenti dell’economia corporativa
— Dall’economia liberale al corporativismo
— Critica della democrazia
A.O. Olivetti, Lineamenti del nuovo Stato italiano
— Commercio e corporativismo
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Come si seducono le donne
— Futurismo e fascismo
— Il poema africano della Divisione “28 ottobre”
— Patriottismo insetticida
— Canto eroi e macchine della guerra mussoliniana

Fillìa, Il Futurismo: ideologie, realizzazioni e polemiche del movimento futurista italiano
Mario Sironi, Scritti e pensieri
Gioacchino Volpe, Guerra, dopoguerra, fascismo
— L’Italia in cammino: l’ultimo cinquantennio
— Scritti sul fascismo: 1919-1938
— Storia del movimento fascista



Maurice Barrès, Le Culte du Moi
— Du sang, de la volupté, de la mort
— Scènes et Doctrines du nationalisme
— Le Roman de l’énergie nationale
— Les Amitiés françaises
Georges Valois, L’Homme qui vient
— Le Père
— L’Économie nouvelle
— La révolution nationale: philosophie de la victoire
— L’Homme contre l’argent

Édouard Berth, Les Méfaits des intellectuels
— La Fin d’une culture
— Cahiers du Cercle Proudhon
Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, Socialisme fasciste
— Gilles
— Avec Doriot
— Notes pour comprendre le siècle
— Textes politiques 1919-1945
Robert Brasillach, Les Sept couleurs
— Histoire de la guerre d’Espagne
— Notre avant-guerre
— Lettres écrites en prison

Jacques Benoist-Méchin, Histoire de l’armée allemande
— L’Ukraine, des origines à Staline
— Rêve le plus long de l’Histoire
— De la défaite au désastre
Marc Augier, J’ai vu l’Allemagne
— Les volontaires
— Les hérétiques
Jean-Pierre Maxence, Histoire de dix ans 1927-1937
Alphonse de Châteaubriant, La Réponse du Seigneur
— La Gerbe des forces
Henri Béraud, Les raisons d’un silence
— Écrits dans Gringoire (1928-1937)
Lucien Rebatet, Le Bolchévisme contre la civilisation
— Les Décombres

Maurice Bardèche, Les Temps modernes
— Qu’est-ce que le fascisme?



Juan Donoso Cortés, Discurso sobre la Dictadura
— Ensayo sobre el catolicismo, el liberalismo y el socialismo

Jaime Balmes, Filosofía fundamental
— El criterio
— Consideraciones políticas sobre la situación de España
Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo, La ciencia española
— Historia de los heterodoxos españoles
— Ensayos de crítica filosófica

Ramón María del Valle-Inclán, Los cruzados de la Causa
— El resplandor de la hoguera
— Gerifaltes de antaño
Ángel Ganivet, Idearium español
Eugenio d’Ors, Glosari
— Nuevo Glosario
— Novísimo Glosario

Ramiro Ladesma Ramos, ¿Fascismo en España?
— Escritos filosóficos
José Antonio Primo de Rivera, Obras completas
Ramiro de Maeztu, La crisis del humanismo/Authority, Liberty and Function in the Light of the War
— Defensa de la Hispanidad
— Defensa del Espíritu

Ernesto Giménez Caballero, Circuito imperial
— Genio de España
— La nueva catolicidad: Teoría general sobre el Fascismo en Europa
Luis Rosales, La mejor reina de España: Figuración en prosa y verso
Agustín de Foxá, Un mundo sin melodía
— Nostalgia, intimidad y aristocracia
— Artículos selectos
Gerardo Diego, Vía crucis
— Ángeles de Compostela

José Antonio Maravall, Teoría del saber histórico
— Antiguos y modernos: La idea de progreso en el desarrollo inicial de una sociedad
— Estado Moderno y mentalidad social: siglos XV al XVII
Onésimo Redondo, El Estado Nacional
— Textos políticos
Rafael Sánchez Mazas, Oración por los muertos de la Falange
— Fundación, Hermandad y Destino
— Las aguas de Arbeola
Dionisio Ridruejo, Poesía en armas: Cuaderno de la campaña de Rusia

José María Pemán, Elegía de la tradición de España
— Poema de la Bestia y el Ángel
Vicente Risco, Nós, os inadaptados
— El libro de las Horas
— Leria
— Orden y caos

Josep Pla, Cròniques parlamentàries
— Notes del capvesprol
Gonzalo Torrente Ballester, El casamiento engañoso
— Javier Mariño
— Mi fuero interno
Eugenio Montes, El viajero y su sombra
— Elegías europeas
— La estrella y la estela
Pedro Laín Entralgo, Los valores morales del Nacionalsindicalismo
— España como problema
— La espera y la esperanza
Gonzalo Fernández de la Mora, El crepúsculo de las ideologías
— La envidia igualitaria
Leopoldo Lugones, Mi beligerancia
— La organización de la paz
— La patria fuerte
— Política revolucionaria

Manuel Gálvez, El espiritu de aristocracia y otros ensayos
Leonardo Castellani, Seis ensayos y tres cartas
— Notas a caballo de un país en crisis
— Las ideas de mi tío el cura
Nicolás Gómez Dávila, Escolios a un texto implícito
— Nuevos escolios a un texto implícito



Nikolai Karamzin, Memoir on Ancient and Modern Russia
— History of the Russian State
Nikolai Gogol, Selected Passages from Correspondence with Friends
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Demons
— A Writer’s Diary
— Winter Notes on Summer Impressions

Ivan Aksakov, A Slavophile Statement
Apollon Grigoriev, My Literary and Moral Wanderings
Ivan Goncharov, The Precipice
Nikolai Strahkov, The Struggle Against the West in Russian Literature
Fyodor Tyutchev, Poems and Political Letters
Konstantin Leontiev, Against the Current: Selected Writings
Lev Tikhomirov, On Monarchist Statehood
— On the Religious and Philosophical Fundamentals of History
Konstantin Pobedonostsev, Reflections of a Russian Statesman
Vasily Rozanov, Fallen Leaves
— Solitaria
— The Apocalypse of Our Time and Other Writings
Nikolai Gumilev, Selected Works
Ivan Ilyin, Foundations of Struggle for the National Russia
— On Monarchy and Republic
Dmitry Merezhkovsky, Christ and Antichrist
— The Menace of the Mob

Nikolai Berdyaev, The Meaning of History
— The New Middle Ages
— The Russian Revolution
— The Origin of Russian Communism
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The First Circle
— August 1914
— The Gulag Archipelago
— Warning to the West



Arthur Moeller van den Bruck, Das Recht der jungen Völker
— Das dritte Reich
Carl Schmitt, Politische Theologie. Vier Kapitel zur Lehre von der Souveränität
— Die geistesgeschichtliche Lage des heutigen Parlamentarismus
— Der Begriff des Politischen
— Theorie des Partisanen
Stefan George, Das neue Reich
Ernst Jünger, In Stahlgewittern
— Der Kampf als inneres Erlebnis
— Feuer und Blut
— Der Arbeiter
— Blätter und Steine
Friedrich Georg Jünger, Der Aufmarsch des Nationalismus
— Die Perfektion der Technik
Oswald Spengler, Der Untergang des Abendlandes
— Preußentum und Sozialismus
— Der Mensch und die Technik
Edgar Julius Jung, Die Herrschaft der Minderwertigen
— Föderalismus aus Weltanschauung
— Sinndeutung der deutschen Revolution
Martin Heidegger, Sein und Zeit
— Erläuterungen zu Hölderlins Dichtung
— Der Ursprung des Kunstwerkes
— Nietzsche I und II
— Die Technik und die Kehre
Ernst von Salomon, Die Geächteten
— Die Stadt
— Die Kadetten
— Der Fragebogen

Friedrich Hielscher, Das Reich
Werner Sombart, Händler und Helden
— Der moderne Kapitalismus
— Der proletarische Sozialismus
— Deutscher Sozialismus
Othmar Spann, Der wahre Staat
— Der Schöpfungsgang des Geistes
— Gesellschaftsphilosophie

Hans Bogner, Die Bildung der politischen Elite
— Platon im Unterricht
Max Hildebert Boehm, Das eigenständige Volk
August Winnig, Vom Proletariat zum Arbeitertum
— Europa. Gedanken eines Deutschen
Ernst Niekisch, Politik und Idee
— Der politische Raum deutschen Widerstandes
— Die dritte imperiale Figur
Hans Freyer, Soziologie als Wirklichkeitswissenschaft
— Revolution von rechts
— Theorie des gegenwärtigen Zeitalter

Georg Quabbe, Tar a Ri: Variationen über ein konservatives Thema
— Das letzte Reich: Wandel und Wesen der Utopie
Ludwig Klages, Die Grundlagen der Charakterkunde
— Mensch und Erde
— Der Geist als Widersacher der Seele
Gottfried Benn, Der neue Staat und die Intellektuellen
— Kunst und Macht
— Ausdruckswelt. Essays und Aphorismen



Novalis, Blüthenstaub
— Glauben und Liebe oder der König und die Königin
— Die Christenheit oder Europa

Friedrich von Schlegel, Philosophie des Lebens
— Philosophie der Geschichte
Adam Müller, Die Elemente der Staatskunst
— Vermischte Schriften über Staat, Philosophie und Kunst
Thomas Carlyle, On Heroes and Hero Worship and the Heroic in History
— Past and Present
— Latter-Day Pamphlets
Søren Kierkegaard, Either/Or
— The Present Age
— Fear and Trembling
— The Sickness Unto Death

Ernest Hello, L’Homme
— Du néant à Dieu
Louis Veuillot, Mélanges religieux, historiques et littéraires
John Ruskin, Unto This Last
— Sesame and Lilies
— The Crown of Wild Olive
— The Queen of the Air
— Fors Clavigera

Albert de Mun, Discours et écrits divers
Léon Bloy, Exégèse des lieux communs
— Les dernière colonnes de l’Église
— Journal
Georges Sorel, Réflexions sur la violence
— Les illusions du progrès
Charles Péguy, Notre jeunesse
— Un nouveau théologien
— L’Argent
D.H. Lawrence, Fantasia of the Unconscious
— Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine and other essays
— Apocalypse and the writings on Revelation

Hilaire Belloc, The Servile State
— Economics for Helen
— The Crisis of Civilisation
G.K. Chesterton, What’s Wrong with the World?
— The Outline of Sanity
— The Resurrection of Rome
Paul Claudel, Positions et propositions
— Qui ne souffre pas…Réflexions sur le problème social

Miguel de Unamuno, Soliloquios y conversaciones
— Contra esto y aquello
— Del sentimiento trágico de la vida
— La agonía del cristianismo
Fernando Pessoa, Textos Filosóficos
Carl Gustav Jung, Der Mensch und seine Symbole
— Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken
Max Scheler, Der Genius des Kriegs und der Deutsche Krieg
— Krieg und Aufbau
— Vom Umsturz der Werte
— Vom Ewigen im Menschen

René Guénon, La crise du monde moderne
— Le symbolisme de la croix
— Le règne de la quantité et les signes des temps
Julius Evola, Rivolta contro il mondo moderno
— Gli uomini e le rovine
Nae Ionescu, Curs de filosofie a religiei
Petre Tuțea, Între Dumnezeu şi Neamul meu
— 322 de vorbe memorabile
Constantin Noica, Spiritul românesc la cumpătul vremii
— Semnele Minervei
— Între suflet și spirit
Mircea Eliade, Le Mythe de l’éternel retour
— Mythes, rêves et mystères
— Le Sacré et le profane



Arthur de Gobineau, Les Pléiades
— La Troisième République et ce qu’elle vaut
Charles Baudelaire, Salon de 1846
— Le Peintre de la vie moderne
— Journaux intimes
Arthur Schopenhauer, Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung
— Parerga und Paralipomena
Jacob Burckhardt, Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien
— Weltgeschichtliche Betrachtungen
Friedrich Nietzsche, Also sprach Zarathustra
— Jenseits von Gut und Böse
— Zur Genealogie der Moral
— Götzen-Dämmerung
— Der Antichrist

Brooks Adams, The Law of Civilization and Decay
Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams
Paul Valéry, Variétés
— Regards sur le monde actuel
— Mauvaises pensées et autres
W.B. Yeats, A Vision
— On the Boiler

Emil M. Cioran, Transfiguration de la Roumanie
— Précis de décomposition
— Histoire et Utopie
— De l’inconvénient d’être né



Frédéric Le Play, L’Organisation de la famille selon le vrai modèle signalé par l’histoire
— La Constitution essentielle de l’humanité
— Économie sociale
Alexis de Tocqueville, De la démocratie en Amérique
— L’Ancien Régime et la Révolution
Hippolyte Taine, Les Origines de la France contemporaine
Ernest Renan, Qu’est-ce qu’une nation?
— La Réforme intellectuelle et morale de la France
Gustave Le Bon, Psychologie des Foules
— Psychologie du socialisme
— Psychologie de l’éducation
— Psychologie politique
Vilfredo Pareto, Les systèmes socialistes
— Trattato di sociologia generale
— Trasformazione della democrazia

Robert Michels, Zur Soziologie des Parteiwesens in der modernen Demokratie
Gaetano Mosca, Sulla teorica dei governi e sul governo parlamentare
— Elementi di scienza politica
José Ortega y Gasset, España Invertebrada
— La rebelión de las masas
Arnold Gehlen, Der Mensch: Seine Natur und seine Stellung in der Welt
— Die Seele im technischen Zeitalter
— Moral und Hypermoral: Eine pluralistische Ethik
— Urmensch und Spätkultur: Philosophische Ergebnisse und Aussagen
Bertrand de Jouvenel, Le réveil de l’Europe
— Du Pouvoir: Histoire naturelle de sa croissance
Julien Freund, L’Essence du politique
— Les Problèmes nouveaux posés à la politique de nos jours
— Sociologie du conflit
Josef Pieper, Zucht und Maß. Über die vierte Kardinaltugend
— Muße und Kult

Anthony Ludovici, A Defence of Aristocracy: A Text-Book for Tories
— The False Assumptions of “Democracy”
— The Specious Origins of Liberalism: The Genesis of a Delusion
Pitirim Sorokin, Fads and Foibles in Modern Sociology and related sciences
— Social and Cultural Dynamics
— The Crisis of Our Age
Robert Nisbet, The Quest for Community: A Study in the Ethics of Order and Freedom
— History of the Idea of Progress
— Prejudices: A Philosophical Dictionary
Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, The Menace of the Herd
— Liberty or Equality
Philippe Ariès, L’Homme devant la mort
— Un historien du dimanche
— Le présent quotidien, 1955-1966

René Girard, La Violence et le sacré
— Le Bouc émissaire
Helmut Schelsky, Die Arbeit tun die anderen: Klassenkampf und Priesterherrschaft der Intellektuellen
— Der selbstständige und der betreute Mensch: Politische Schriften und Kommentare
— Die Soziologen und das Recht
— Funktionäre, gefährden sie das Gemeinwohl?



Alain de Benoist, Vu de droite
— Les Idées à l’endroit
— Démocratie: le problème
— Au-delà des droits de l’homme
— Nous et les autres. Problématique de l’identité

Pierre Vial, Pour une renaissance culturelle: le GRECE prend la parole
Georges Dumézil, L’Idéologie tripartite des Indo-Européens
— La Religion romaine archaïque
— Mythe et Épopée
— Heur et Malheur du guerrier, aspects de la fonction guerrière chez les Indo-Européens

Jean Mabire, L’Écrivain, la Politique et l’Espérance
— Les Dieux maudits
Louis Rougier, La Mystique démocratique, ses origines, ses illusions
— La Défaite des vainqueurs
— Les Mystiques économiques
— Le Génie de l’Occident
Michel-Georges Micberth, Petite Somme contre les gentils
— Révolution droitiste

Dominique Venner, Le Blanc Soleil des vaincus
— Histoire critique de la Résistance
— Histoire et tradition des Européens: 30 000 ans d’identité
— Le Choc de l’histoire: religion, mémoire, identité
Louis Pauwels, Le Matin des magiciens
— Le Droit de parler
Jean Parvulesco, La spirale prophétique
— Une stratégie transcendantale pour la « Grande Europe »
— Vladimir Poutine et l’Eurasie
Jean Cau, Lettre ouverte aux têtes de chiens occidentaux
— Discours de la décadence
— Croquis de mémoire
— L’Ivresse des intellectuels: Pastis, Whisky et Marxisme
— Contre-attaques: éloge incongrue du lourd
Vintilă Horia, La rebeldía de los escritores soviéticos
— Viaje a los Centros de la Tierra
— Consideraciones sobre un mundo peor

Gerhard Nebel, Von den Elementen
— Das Ereignis des Schönen
— Schmerz des Vermissens
Armin Mohler, Die Konservative Revolution in Deutschland 1918–1932
— Von rechts gesehen
— Liberalenbeschimpfung. Drei politische Traktate
Karlheinz Weißmann, Alles, was recht(s) ist: Ideen, Köpfe und Perspektiven der politischen Rechten

Günter Rohrmoser, Das Elend der kritischen Theorie
— Der Ernstfall: Die Krise unserer liberalen Republik
— Konservatives Denken im Kontext der Moderne
Günter Maschke, Das bewaffnete Wort: Aufsätze aus den Jahren 1973 – 93
Gerd-Klaus Kaltenbrunner, Rekonstruktion des Konservatismus
— Elite. Erziehung für den Ernstfall
— Vom Geist Europas
Botho Strauß, Paare Passanten
— Beginnlosigkeit
— Wohnen Dämmern Lügen
— Die Fehler des Kopisten



Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Einzelheiten, Maximen und Reflexionen
— Gespräche mit Goethe
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Biographia Literaria
— Aids to Reflection

Walter Scott, Essays on Chivalry, Romance, and Drama
— Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft
Edgar Allan Poe, Essays and Reviews
Thomas de Quincey, Suspiria de Profundis
— The English Mail-Coach

Jules Lemaître, Les Contemporains: Études et portraits littéraires
— Impressions de théâtre
Azorín, Clásicos y modernos
— Los valores literarios
— Al margen de los clásicos
Titu Maiorescu, În contra direcției de astăzi în cultura română
— Retori, oratori, limbuți
Guillaume Apollinaire, Méditations esthétiques
— Les Diables amoureux
Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Der Dichter und diese Zeit
— Krieg und Kultur
— Die Idee Europa
— Das Schrifttum als geistiger Raum der Nation
T.E. Hulme, Speculations
Le Corbusier, Vers une architecture
— Urbanisme
George Santayana, The Sense of Beauty
— Interpretations of Poetry and Religion
— Character and Opinion in the United States
— The Life of Reason

Massimo Bontempelli, Novecentismo letterario
— L’avventura novecentista
Rudolf Borchardt, Ausgewählte Werke 1900-1918
T.S. Eliot, Selected Essays
— Christianity and Culture
Ezra Pound, The ABC of Reading
— Guide to Kulchur
— Selected Prose
Ford Madox Ford, Critical Essays
Evelyn Waugh, Waugh in Abyssinia
David Jones, Epoch and Artist
— The Dying Gaul

Jacques de Lacretelle, Le demi-dieu ou le voyage en Grèce
— L’écrivain public
— Qui est La Roque?
Henry de Montherlant, Mors et vita
— Le Solstice de juin

Ramon Fernandez, Itinéraire français
Wyndham Lewis, The Art of Being Ruled
— Time and Western Man
— Men Without Art
Heimito von Doderer, Die Wiederkehr der Drachen

Roger Nimier, Les écrivains sont-ils bêtes?
— Variétés: L’Air du temps
Antoine Blondin, Ma vie entre des lignes
— Un malin plaisir



Mihai Eminescu, Auguste Villiers de L’Isle-Adam, Verner von Heidenstam, Ion Creangă, Duiliu Zamfirescu, Rudyard Kipling, Saki, Knut Hamsun, Luigi Pirandello, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Saunders Lewis, Cyriel Verschaeve, Josef Weinheber, Hanns Heinz Ewers, Gunnar Gunnarsson, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Paul Morand, Jacques Chardonne, Marcel Jouhandeau, Jacques Laurent, Yukio Mishima, Jean Raspail, Michel Déon.

Counter-Revolution – Resource List

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Resource List – alt.revolution.counter

This list is mostly an accumulation of materials submitted in the middle to late ’90s by participants in the newsgroup alt.revolution.counter and has since been maintained only very partially and sporadically. Its purpose is to aid the exploration and study of counterrevolutionary and related thought. It includes materials from a great variety of sources, has not been vetted, is not at all balanced, includes material most people find objectionable, is often extremely ill-assorted, and in general is designed to inform rather than recommend. The descriptions are also from many sources and often reflect the views of the contributor rather than the compiler.

Many of these materials are public domain or long out of print. Large libraries are likely to have some; interlibrary loans are another source. Some items are available through and other mainstream online sellers, others through the “Book Stores & Mail Order Services” listed below. Online used book finders such as Bibliofind are also quite useful.

Some are available through Google Books or the Internet Archive. Links have been provided where they are known to be available on the web. Some are also available through the ED2K and Kademlia filesharing networks, which are accessible through freely available client programs such as eMule. Other resources relevant to issues considered here can be found on my Traditionalist Conservatism Page, Anti-Inclusiveness FAQ, Anti-Feminist Page, Sexual Morality FAQ, Culture Wars Page, and Questions and Answers on the Establishment of Religion.





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Other Sources

Christian Society and Counter-Revolution

Catholic Traditionalism


Distributism, Economics

History of the Revolution

History & Biographies.



GENERAL:  books


Aristotle. Ethics and Politics.

Aurelius, Marcus. Meditations.

Babbitt, Irving. _Democracy and Leadership_ and Rousseau and Romanticism. An analysis of modern cultural and spiritual tendencies and proposed remedies.

Burke, Edmund. Reflections on the Revolution in France.

Burnham, James. _The Suicide of the West_ (1965); _The Managerial Revolution (1941). Antecedents to theory of bureaucratic elites set forth in the latter book are VilfredoPareto, Gaetano Mosca, and Robert Michels.

Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought. A good source for long-ignored and difficult-to-obtain texts.

Campbell, Francis Stuart [aka Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn]. The Menace of the Herd, or Procrustes at Large. Milwaukee: Bruce Publishing, 1943. A very learned and vigorous critique of mass politics from a European, Catholic perspective.

Confucius. Analects (another translation). An example of tradition- based thought at its best.

Eliot, T.S. _Notes toward the Definition of Culture_.

Gress, David. _From Plato to NATO: The Idea of the West and Its Opponents_ (Free Press, 1988). Argues that Western Civilization is not the simple story told by neocons and cold warriors, but is a complex mosaic of Greek, Roman, Christian and Germanic influences.

Schoeck, Helmut. _Envy_ (Liberty Press). An analysis of the driving force behind much left-wing politics.

Francis, Sam. _Beautiful Losers_. The unfortunate state of American conservatism.

George Grant. _Lament for a Nation_, _English-Speaking Justice_, and _Technology and Empire_.

Huxley, Aldous, _Brave New World_. What happens when the transcendent is stripped out of society.

Jouvenal, Bertrand de, _On Power: Its Nature and The History of Its Growth_. Beacon Press, Boston, 1962. An analysis of how the modern state ended up where it is.

Kendall, Willmore, _The Conservative Affirmation in America_ (available from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute); _Willmoore Kendall Contra Mundum_.

Ibn Khaldun, _Muqaddimah_. The greatest work of the 14th century Tunisian who invented value-free social science in order to understand the rise and fall of political societies, in particular multicultural societies in decline such as his own.

Kirk, Russell, _The Conservative Mind from Burke to Eliot_.

Lindbom, Tage. _The Tares and the Good Grain_. A comprehensive and fundamental criticism of modern secularism by a man who was once a leading intellectual in the Swedish social democratic party. Also _The Myth of Democracy_.

Locke, John. Second Treatise of Government. Should we follow most American conservatives and retain Locke because he inspired the American order or reject him as part of the liberal tradition?

Ludovici, Anthony. _Defense of Aristocracy: A Text Book for Tories_ (1915) London: Constable; _A Defense of Conservatism: A Further Text-Book for Tories_ (London: Faber and Gwyer, 1921). Also, _The Specious Origins of Liberalism. London: Britons, 1967. Utterly refreshing massacre of most liberal nostrums, especially those relating to equality. Almost every book by this author is worth reading. Most are available at

Maistre, Joseph de. _Works_. The most admired French counterrevolutionary thinker. See his _Considerations on France_, _Generative Principles of Political Contitutions_, and _St. Petersburg Dialogues_, all available here.

MacIntyre, Alasdair. _After Virtue_ (Notre Dame, 1981). An exploration of the collapse of moral order in the modern period.

Maine, Henry. Popular Government.

Marx, Karl. _Works_. If you want to understand the revolution, you have to read him. Available here, there and elsewhere on the net.

Molnar, Thomas. _The Counter-Revolution_ (Funk & Wagnalls, 1969). A general study of counterrevolutionary thought and the reasons for its pragmatic failure. _Utopia, the Perennial Heresy_ (Sheed and Ward, 1967). _Authority and its Enemies_ (Arlington House, 1976). _Twin Powers: Politics and the Sacred_ (Eerdmans, 1988). What happens when the sacred vanishes?

More, Paul Elmer. _Shelburne Essays_ (Phaeton Press, 1967). _The Essential Paul Elmer More_, ed. Byron C. Lambert (Arlington House, 1972). Like Irving Babbitt, a New Humanist who emphasized the “inner check” in opposition to modern expansiveness and an extraordinary critic who must be read today. Many works are available here.

Michels, Robert. Political Parties: A Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of Modern Democracy; _First Lectures in Political Sociology_. The formulator of the Iron Law of Oligarchy.

Newman, John Henry. An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent and An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine. Classic discussions of how to combine the particularity of tradition and the personal an situated with the universality of truth.

Nisbet, Robert, _The Quest For Community: A Study In The Ethics of Order and Freedom._ Oxford University Press, 1953. Explores how individualism and statism have flourished while the primary sources of human community have grown weaker. _The Present Age_. indispensible in understanding the triumph of a centralist regime. _Prejudices_, a “philosophical dictionary.” _Conservatism_ (University of Minnesota Press, 1986), a good brief discussion, more analytical than historical.

Oakeshott, Michael. _Rationalism in Politics_. A consideration of the issue by the leading post World War II conservative thinker.

Ortega y Gasett, Jose. Revolt of the Masses.

Pareto, Vilfredo. _Mind and Society_. Sets forth his theory of the circulation of elites. (May be available here.)

Lord Percy of Newcastle: The Heresy of Democracy. A study in the History of Government (London, 1954). A conservative criticism of the new Democracy of 1789 which puts forward the alternative of the Moral State based on Dualism as opposed to Totalism.

G. Groen van Prinstrerer, _Unbelief and Revolution_. A major work by the founder of the Anti-Revolutionary Party in the Netherlands.

Plato. Republic and Laws. Among its excellencies the _Republic_ includes (in books viii and ix) a penetrating account of social and political evolution, from military aristocracy through commercial oligarchy to democratic consumer society and then to tyranny.

Rousseau, J.-J. Social Contract and other writings.

Ryn, Claes. _The New Jacobinism_. Centralism vs decentralism, and the need for cultural and social continuity and local control.

Schmitt, Carl. _The_Concept_of_the_Political_. Trans. George Schwab. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. _The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy_ (MIT Press 1992), _Political Theology_ (MIT Press 1988), _Political Romanticism_ (MIT Press 1986). Also see Carl Schmitt: Politics and Theory, by Paul Gottfried (New York: Greenwood Press, 1990), _Roman Catholicism and Political Form_, trans. G. L. Ulmen, Greenwood Press, 1996, and recent English language articles on Carl Schmitt in TELOS and POLITICAL THEORY.

Scruton, Roger. _The Philospher on Dover Beach_ (essays), _The Meaning of Conservatism_ (the first edition is more CR than the second), _An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Modern Culure_ and _Sexual Desire_.

Solzhenitsyn, A. I. (ed.). _From Under the Rubble_. Solzhenitsyn’s own articles in the collection are that very rare thing, intelligent and illuminating essays on nationalism.

Sorokin, Pitirim A. _The Crisis of Our Age_ (1941). Presents his cyclical view of history, in which cultures move from ideational (religious) to sensate (empirical) phases, and his analysis of the current disintegration of sensate culture.

Spengler, Oswald. Decline of the West.

Stephen, James FitzJames. Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.

Strauss, Leo. His books, devoted to recovery of classical political philosophy, provide a useful perspective on the modern situation.

Tainter, Joseph A., _The Collapse Of Complex Societies_. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Provides an anthropological discussion of the collapse of large civilizations relevant to decline-of-the-west theories.

Tocqueville, Alexis de. Democracy in America.

Weaver, Richard. _Ideas Have Consequences_.

Wood, James N., Democracy and the Will to Power. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1921. A fascinating book by an unusual thinker. Highly critical of women’s suffrage.

Voegelin, Eric. _The New Science of Politics_.


GENERAL:  Articles


Berlin, Isaiah.  “Joseph de Maistre and the Origins of Fascism”, in _The

Crooked Timber of Humanity_.  An eminent liberal’s account of how

de Maistre fits into his understanding of things.

John Grigg:  Nobility & War, _Encounter_ March 1990 Vol.  74 No. 2

An interesting discussion on whether Britain was more or less

moral in the First or the Second World War.

Wilmoore Kendall.  “The People of Athens vs Socrates Revisited”; “The

Two Majorities” (_Midwest Journal of Political Science_, Nov. 1960,

pp. 317-345); John Locke Revisited (_Intercollegiate Review_,

Jan.-Feb. 1966  pp. 217-234); The People versus Socrates

     Revisited _Modern Age_ (Winter 58-59, pp. 98-111).


GENERAL:  Other Sources


_Guide to the American Right_, compiled by Laird Wilcox (Editorial

Research Service, PO Box 2047, Olath, KS 66061).  $24.95.

A directory (updated annually) of over 3,300 anti-communist,

conservative, patriotic, tax protest, pro-family, libertarian,

ethnic (white) nationalist and other “right-wing” organizations,

publishers, book dealers, newsletters, and journals in the United

States and Canada.  Listings are coded to indicate special areas of

interest and serials are cross-indexed with sponsoring

organizations.  Includes a bibliography of over 540 books on the

American “right-wing”.


_The Right Guide: A Guide to Right-of-Center Organizations_.  (1997)

Describes itself as “the most complete source of information on the

organizations and publications that make up the conservative, free

market, and traditional values movement.”  Lists over 3400 groups,

of which over 830 are profiled in depth.  Available from Economics

America, Inc., 612 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI  48104, or by

calling (800) 878-6141.  $49.95, including UPS shipping.





James Aho: _The Politics of Righteousness_ (1990, University of Washington Press).

Hugh Akins: Christian Order and the Modern World.

Aquinas, Thomas. _Works_, especially his political writings.

Alan J. Barron: _The Death of Eve_ The effects of “women’s liberation” on Western society. Attacks the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women and “equal opportunities”.

Hilaire Belloc: Europe and the Faith. What made Europe? The significance of Christendom. The Great Heresies. Explanation of 5 heresies including Islam and how they effected Christendom. The Jews. An examination of the causes of friction between Gentile and Jew. _How the Reformation Happened_. Spiritual, military, financial and political backgrounds. Survivals and New Arrivals. Who attacks Christianity and what we must do to rebuild it.

L. Brent Bozell: _Mustard Seeds_ (Trinity Communications).

Emil Brunner: _Christianity and Civilization_.

Hedrickus Berkof: _Christ the Meaning of History_.

G.K. Chesterton: What’s Wrong with the World? (1910) Discusses the family, imperialism, feminism, education.

Corneliu Codreanu: For My Legionaries. The story of the Iron Guard in Romania as told by its leader. Many are still inspired by this book.

Plinio Correa de Oliveira: Revolution and Counter Revolution. An inspired analysis of the forms that the Revolution has taken and an examination of valid Counter Revolutionary responses. “What does Self-Managing Socialism mean for Communism – A Barrier? Or a Bridgehead?” Crusade for a Christian Civilization Vol 12 No 3 Apr-Jun 1982). “Unperceived Idelological Transshipment and Dialogue” (also Crusade for a Christian Civilization Vol 12 No. 2, Oct-Dec 1982 originally Port. Baldeaco Ideologica Inadvertida e Dialogo). “Indian Tribalism, the Communist-Missionary Ideal for Brazil in the Twenty-First Century” (also Crusade for a Christian Civilization Vol. 10 No. 4 / Vol. 11 No. 1 (joint publication)). “Agrarian Reform – A Question of Conscience” Shows how socialist agrarian reform offends against Catholic doctrine. “In Defense of Catholic Action.” An attack on the infiltration of progressive ideology with the Catholic Church.

Christopher Dawson: _Christianity in East and West_, _Progress and Religion_, _Religion and the Rise of Western Culture_, _Religion and the Modern State_.

Homer Duncan: _Secular Humanism_. On Anti-Christian secular education.

T. S. Eliot: _Idea of a Christian Society_. A long essay or short book discussing concept and general form. After strange gods : a primer of modern heresy.

Rev. Denis Fahey: The Mystical Body of Christ in the Modern World (3rd ed. 1939, rpd Omni Publications, Hawthorne California, 1987) An extremely important book for all concerned with restoring the Social Reign of Christus Rex (Christ the King). The Kingship of Christ and the Conversion of the Jewish Nation. The Social Rights of Our Divine Lord Jesus Christ the King. The Kingship of Christ According to the Principles of St Thomas Aquinas.

Grady: Abortion – _Yes or No?_ Pro-life booklet which sets out the case against abortion.

Solange Hertz: The Start Spangled Heresy – Americanism (Veritas Press, Santa Monica, CA) Traces the source of many ills such as democratism, revolutionary liberalism and religious pluralism in the contemporary Church to the influence of the heresy of Americanism (that the liberal and democractic assumptions of the USA should be applied to the Church) on the Second Vatican Council.

James Hitchcock: Years of Crisis. Collected Essays, 1970-1983 (Ignatius Press, San Francisco, 1985) Discusses many topics affecting Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular in an increasing secular modern America.

Douglas Jerrold: The Necessity of Freedom. Notes on Christianity and Politics (London, 1939) Concerns the restoration of Christian authority and freedom against the ideas of 1789.

James B. Jordan, The Bible and the Nations (Biblical Horizons, P. O. Box 132011, Tyler, Texas 75713, USA, 1988). A Calvinist theology of nationhood. Also see The Bible and the Nations, by Jean-Marc Berthoud , a Calvinist, anti- political universalism treatise: “The Bible clearly knows nothing of the modern (and ancient) idea of a universal society made up of atomistic individuals organically unrelated to one another and constituting an undifferentiated and anarchic international community…. What then is the biblical theology of the nations?”

C.S. Lewis: The Abolition of Man.

McIlhenny, Chuck and Donna and York, Frank. _When The Wicked Seize A City_ (Huntington House, 1993). McIlhenny’s Presbyterian church fires its homosexual organist and gets fire-bombed by zealots.

Malcolm Muggeridge: _Great Liberal Deathwish_.

Oden, Thomas. _Requiem: A Lament in Three Movements_ (Abingdon, 1995); _Two Worlds: Notes on the Death of Modernity in America & Russia_ (InterVarsity Press, 1992); _Systematic Theology_ (3 vol; _The Living God_, _The Word of Life_, _Life in The Spirit_; all Harper). Methodist theologian Oden is the father of Paleo-Orthodoxy. He rejected trendy modernism and calls for a return to Scripture and the church fathers.

Muncy, Mitchell, ed. _The End of Democracy?: The Judicial Usurpation of Politics: The Celebrated First Things Debate with Arguments Pro and Con and “The Anatomy of a Controversy” by Richard John Neuhaus. (Spence Publishing 1997) This book chronicles the spat that split First Things from the neoconservates.

Stephen Perks: _The Christian Philosophy of Education Explained_. C. Van Til’s ideas applied to Education. _Christianity and Law: An Enquiry into the Influence of Christianity on the Developement of English Common Law_.

Rev. Pranaitis: The Talmud Unmasked. An examination of the Talmud and its anti-Christian basis.

Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy: _I Am an Impure Thinker_. Essays introducing Rosenstock-Huessy’s thought. Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason is a specimen of the rationalistic ideal. In fact, however, God continually presents us with new challenges, and the true man is open to the future, responsive to what God sets before him, and willing to be changed. Thus, the true man’s thinking is “impure.” _Speech and Reality_. Rosenstock-Huessy’s view of language. God is the Word, and man, as the image of God, “is” language. The study of how language works is the study of how people live and interact with one another, the world, and God. The impure thinker realizes that God speaks first, and we respond. _The Origin of Speech_. A slightly more advanced and systematic exploration of speech and reality. _Out of Revolution_. This is Rosenstock-Huessy’s big, 800-page book on the history of Western civilization. _The Christian Future; or, The Modern Mind Outrun_. Rosenstock- Huessy realized in 1920 that Western Civilization is over. The future belongs to Christianity. God has a plan for history, a plan that makes sense and that is going to succeed. _Planetary Service_. Rosenstock-Huessy took seriously the gospel’s call to live for others in service. This book is on how to organize service in your local community, and how not to do it.

Arnold Van Ruler, Calvinist trinitarianism and theocentric politics: essays toward a public theology.

Rousas J. Rushdoony: _The Foundations of Social Order_ (Presbyterian and Reformed, 1968); _The Institutes of Biblical Law_ (Philipsburg: The Craig Press, 1973); _Law and Society_ (Vallecito, California: Ross House Books, 1982); _Law and Liberty_ (The Craig Press, 1971); _Salvation and Godly Rule_ (Ross House Books, 1983); _The Roots of Reconstruction_ (Ross House Books, 1991). Rushdoony is the father of Christian Reconstruction.

Klass Schilder. _Christ and Culture_,ed Avril Smith: The Voice of Christian Affirmation Thirteen talks given at conferences of the Christian Affirmation Campaign 1974-1986. (Christian Heritage Publications, Worthing, 1987) Includes talks by Michael Davies, Hamish Fraser, Rev. Arthur Lewis, Ray Honeyford, Prof Dr Peter Beyerhaus, Edmund Ball, Rev Francis Moss, John Braine, Rev Maurice cartledge, John Gouriet, Ian Thompson on a variety of subjects.

Chard Powers Smith: _Yankees and God_ (Hermitage, 1954). An idiosyncratic account of the progress of the Revolution (he does not phrase it that way) among the New England Puritans and their heirs.

Alexander Solzhenitsyn: Rebuilding Russia (1990) How Russia can be reconstructed.

Henry Van Til. _The Calvinist Concept of Culture_.

Tradition, Family & Property: Half a Century of Epic Anti-Communism (New York, 1981). The history of the founding of the TFPs and their campaigns for a Christian society.

Marion Michael Walsh: The New Christendom. How We will Build It Marion Michael Walsh: A Manual of Christian Social-Political Action Frederick Wilhelmson: _Christianity and Political Phiosophy_ (Athens, 1978).

Douglas Wilson: _Recovering The Lost Tools Of Learning_ (Crossway). This book, based on an essay by Dorothy L. Sayers, is the foundation behind the classical Christian school movement. The Christian Law Institute Position Papers, Releases and Reports




M. Carre:  The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle.  How the Communists entered

seminaries to destroy the Church.

GK Chesterton:  Orthodoxy

An explanation of Chesteron’s belief in Christianity.

Piers Compton:  The Broken Cross

Masonic infiltration within the Vatican. Some of the claims made

in this book should be treated with care.

Rama P. Coomaraswamy:  The Destruction of the Christian Tradition

(Perennial Books, London, 1981).  A short history of the appalling

debacle that has befallen the Roman Catholic Church form the time of

Vatican II.

Michael Davies:  Apologia pro Marcel Lefebvre

Part I 1905-1976 (The Angelus Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1979)

Part II 1977-1979 (The Angelus Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1983)

A detailed ‘blow-by-blow’ account of the dispute between the

former traditionalist Archbishop and the Vatican.

Michael Davies:  An Open Letter to a Bishop on the

Development of the Roman Rite (Chulmleigh,Devon, 1980)

Michael Davies:  A Privilege of the Ordained (The Angelus

Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1982)

Michael Davies:  The Goldfish Bowl:  The Church Since

Vatican II (The Angelus Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1985)

Michael Davies:  St Athanasius. Defender of the Faith

(The Angelus Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1985)

Michael Davies:  The Legal Status of the Tridentine Mass

(The Angelus Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1982)

Michael Davies:  The Catechetical Revolution. Blessing or

Disaster (The Antony Roper Memorial Lecture, 1984)

Michael Davies:  Archbishop Lefebvre and Religious

Liberty (Augustine Publishing Co, Chulmleigh, Devon, 1980)

The above 7 booklets by Michael Davies deal with the

contemporary crisis in the Church in the wake of Vatican 2 and

related matters.

Michael Davies:  The Second Vatican Council and Religious Liberty

(Neumann Press, Long Prairie, Minnesota)

Examines how the traditional teaching of the Church on religious

liberty was distorted at the Second vatican Council under the

influence of Americanism amongst others.

Marcel Lefebvre:  A Bishop Speaks

Marcel Lefebvre:  An Open Letter to Confused Catholics

(tr The Society of St Pius X – Great Britain, Angelus

Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1987)

Marcel Lefebvre:  They Have Uncrowned Him. From

Liberalism to Apostasy. The Conciliar Tragedy (tr

Reverend Father Gregory Post, Angelus Press, Dickinson, Texas, 1988)

Fr. Francis Marsden:  _Weaving a Web of Confusion_ (Parents’ Concern,

16 St Mary Court, Faversham, Kent ME13 8AZ, 2.50 pounds).

A booklet examining the failure of current religious syllabi to

actually teach the Catholic faith in favour of false religions.

Malachi Martin:  _Windswept House_.  A novel of the Vatican in which

most influential cardinals want to make the Chuch a susidiary of

the NWO and the inner circle are outright satanists.  If you can’t

figure out immediately who a particular character is modelled on do

a web search for a list.

Count Leon de Poncins:  Judaism and the Vatican

Describes the eternal conflict between Judaism and Christianity

and how the 2nd Vatican Council was affected.

Count Leon de Poncins:  Freemasonry and the Vatican

The secret Freemasonic attacks on the Church.




Fr. Michael Azkoul:  _Sacred Monarchy and the modern secular state_.

Robert Beum: Ultra-Royalism Revisited:  An Annotated Bibliography with

     a Preface, _Modern Age_, v. 39, no. 3, pp. 290-316 (Summer 1997).

A “must” for all seriously interested in the Right.

Jacques Bossuet: _Politics Drawn from the Very Words of Holy Scripture_.

The classic French statement of divine right absolutism.  Available

as part of the Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought


Warren Carrol: _The Cross and the Guillotine_

Plinio Correa de Oliveira:   Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites in

     the Allocutions of Pius XII.

Yves Dupont:  More about the Great Monarch (Tenet Books, Hawthorne,


John Farthing:  Freedom wears a Crown (Toronto, 1957)

A presentation of the constitutional power and significance

of the British Crown. A study of constitutional monarchy.

Marquis de la Franquerie:  Le Caractere Sacre et Divin de la Royaute en

France (Editions de Chire, Vouille, 1978)

Marquis de la Franquerie:  Louis XVI le Roi Martyr (Editions Resiac,

Montsurs, 1974)

Solange Hertz:  The Strange Spirit of ’76 (Big Rock Papers, 1975)

Solange Hertz:  The Thought of His Heart (Big Rock Papers, 1975)

Solange Hertz:  Louis XVI, Royal Martyr and Victim (Big Rock Papers, 1979)

James VI and I.  _Political Writings_.  A collection of works detailing the

monarch’s philosophy of moderated absolutism.  Available as part of the

Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought series.

Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn:  _Liberty or Equality: The Challenge of Our

Time_ Christendom Press: Front Royal, VA 1992.  (A reprint of the

1952 original with a preface by Russell Kirk)

Constantin Pobedonostsev:  _Reflections of a Russian Statesman_.




Hilaire Belloc:  The Alternative

An reprinted article originally from _St George’s Review_ which

explains that socialism is no alternative to capitalism and that

puts the case for distributism.

Hilaire Belloc:  The Crisis of Civilisation.  What’s wrong with society

— usury, competition, money and slavery.

Hilaire Belloc:  Economics For Helen.

Re-published by the St George Educational Trust. Economics and the

myths that surround it.

Hilaire Belloc:  Restoration of Property (1936)

An essay [78pp] which argues against both Communism and Capitalism.

Hilaire Belloc:  The Servile State (1912)

An attack on socialism and statism.

H. Belloc and C. Chesterton:  The Party System.  Re-published by the St

George Educational Trust. How the Westminster system is corrupt and

impossible to change from within.

Carlos Patricio del Campo:  _Is Brazil Sliding Toward the Extreme Left?_

How left-wing policies threaten to ruin the properity of


G.K. Chesterton: The Outline of Sanity

Classic Distributist work. Argues for the wide-spread ownership

of property as the economic way forward which will preserve

the individual and family.

Rev. Cleary:  The Church & Usury

The history of the opposition of the Church to usury.

Cobbett:  Cottage Economy

The alternative to the concentration of economic wealth and

power in the hands of a few – small businesses and a return to

honesty and craftsmanship.

Rev. Charles Coughlin:  Money – Questions and Answers

Father Coughlin, the famous “radio priest” answers questions on


Rev. Denis Fahey:  Workingmen’s Guilds of the Middle Ages

Rev. Denis Fahey:  _Money Manipulation and Social Order_

Rev. Denis Fahey:  _The Church and Farming_

Olive & Jan Grubiak:  The Guernsey Experiment.

A booklet [25pp] on how Guernsey freed itself from usury

and high taxation.

Aidan MacKay:  Hilaire Belloc and his Critics

Available from the GK Chesterton Study Centre – vide list of

organisations. An introduction to Hilaire Belloc and

Distributism in booklet form [26pp].

Aidan MacKay:  The Wisdom of G.K. Chesterton

A short introduction [15pp] to Chesterton and his Distributist


A. Penty:  The Guild Alternative

Re-published by the St George Educational Trust. Shows how the

modern world can benefit from the Guild System and its just and

fixed prices.

Wilhelm Roepke.  _Humane Economy: Social Framework of the Free Market_,

and _The Social Crisis of Our Time_.  Unlike most classical

liberals, Roepke was a devout Christian who agreed with

Distributists that the bigness characterizing capitalist economies

was detrimental to freedom and Christian values.  On the other

hand, he believed an unfettered market provided the best basis on

which to safeguard this freedom.  The books are a resource for

people who are willing to accept Distributism’s critique of modern

society but who can’t buy into the “Third Way.”

E.F. Schumacher:  Small is Beautiful

The anti-social effects of big business and the need for small

family properties.

E.F. Schumacher:  A Guide for the Perplexed

E. Soddy:  Wealth, Virtual Wealth and Reality

A study of money and credit.

Gary North:  Salvation Through Inflation: The Economics of Social

Credit.  Tyler, TX; Institute For Christian Economics, 1993.

A comparison of Austrian economics and social credit theory.




Norman Cohn:  _The Pursuit of the Millennium_.  Like _The Socialist

Phenomenon_, (below) exposes the perennial attraction and tendency

toward fanaticism of millennarian and utopian schemes and how such

ideologies produced destructive revolutionary movements.

Robert Conquest:  _The Great Terror_ (mass murder in 1930s Russia) and

_Harvest of Sorrow_ (an account of the Ukraine famine which killed


William Gayley Simpson:  _Which Way Western Man?_ (1978).  A lengthy

historical discussion involving religion, anthropology, race,

communism, the money power, the New World Order, various

philosophies east and west.

D. Manifold:  Karl Marx – True or False Prophet?

A critical analysis of the life of Karl Marx and his part in the


Igor Shafarevich:  _The Socialist Phenomenon_.

Nesta H. Webster:  The French Revolution

The causes and effects of the French Revolution – corrects many


Nesta H. Webster:  The Socialist Network (London, 1926)

The links between socialist organisations and people.

Probably somehat dated to be of more than historical use.

Nesta H. Webster:  Secret Societies and Subversive Movements (1924, rpd

Christian Book Club of America, 197?)

An account of masonic and other subversive movements from the

Middle Ages to the early Twentieth Century.

Nesta H. Webster:  World Revolution. The Plot against Civilization

(London, 1921)

Details the links between the Illuminati, the French

Revolution and their modern ideological descendants.

Nesta H. Webster:  Surrender of an Empire (3rd edition, 1931)

Details the attacks launched against the British Empire in

order to bring abouts its downfall as a stumbling block to

Communist expansion.





Books by counterrevolutionaries, about counterrevolutionaries and

studies of the Revolution and Counterrevolution in action.


Carlos de Arce:  _Los Generales de Franco_ (Barcelona, 1984)

An account of the generals who fought on the Nationalist side

during the Spanish Crusade.

D. Bacu:  _The Anti-Humans_

The story of the Romanians who had followed Cornelie Codreanu

after the Bolseheviks took power.

David Baker:  _Ideology of Obsession:  A.K. Chesterton and British


Hilaire Belloc:  _Cramner_ and James II.  Accounts of two pivotal

figures that differ from those written by the winners.

Luis Bolin:  _Spain – The Vital Years_ (J.B. Lippincott Company, 1967)

The account of the author’s participation in the Spanish

Crusade (a.k.a. Spanish Civil War) including his part in aiding

Franco at the start of the war.

Salvador Borrego:  _Puzzling Neighbours – A Historical Guide to

Understanding Modern Mexico_

An account of how Masonic forces have attacked and weakened


Whittaker Chambers:  _Witness_.  The best written work on American


G.K. Chesterton:  Autobiography

Corneliu Codreanu:  _Nest Leaders Manual_

Organisational handbook of the Iron Guard.

Corneliu Codreanu:  _Circulars & Manifestoes_

It records the victories and defeats, bitterness and pain, hopes

and joys, but always the moral brilliance and the honour of the

man who led the Legion.

Barbara Cole:  _The Elite – The Story of the Rhodesian Special Air


The story of this crack anti-terrorist unit during the Rhodesian

struggle against Communism.

Martin Conway:  _Collaboration in Belgium – Leon Degrelle and the Rexist

Movement_ (Yale, 1993).

Jay P. Corrins:  _GK Chesterton & Hilaire Belloc.  The Battle Against

Modernity_ (Ohio, 1981)

Ian Crowther: _ G.K. Chesterton_ (Thinkers of Our Time, The Claridge Press,

London, 1991)

An introduction to Chesterton and his philosophy concentrating

on his Christian worldview and its relevance today.

Leon Daudet (son of Alphonse Daudet).  _The Stupid XIXth Century_.

Considered one of the greatest counter-revolutionary tracts ever

written, skewering liberalism, scientism, and “progressive”

thinking of all stripes.

Donald Day:  _Onward Christian Soldiers_

A correspondent for The Chicago Tribune in Europe, Day reports

on the Bolshevik subversion in the Baltic states before and

during the Second World War.

Degrelle:  _Persiste et Signe. Interviews recueilles pour la

television francaise par Jean-Michel Charlier_ (Editions Jean

Picollec, Paris, 1985).

In a series of interviews, Leon Degrelle details his youth, his

activities as the leader of Rex in Belgium, his struggle during

the war and his subsequent exile in Spain.

Leon Degrelle:  _Campaign in Russia_

A more detailed account of Degrelle’s campaigns in Russia as a

political soldier.

Leon Degrelle:  _Letter to the Pope on his Visit to Auschwitz_

Leon Degrelle:  _Hitler – Born at Versailles_.

Traces the causes and results of the First World War in the

shaping of the 20th century.

F.C.C Egerton:  _Salazar. Rebuilder of Portugal_ (London, 1943)

A description of the Portugese state and its ruler Antonio de

Oliveira Salazar.

Mike Hoare:  _Congo Mercenary_ (London, 1967)

An account of the campaign against the communist rebellion in

the Congo (shortly after the UN suppression of Katanga) by ‘Mad

Mike’, the leader of the mercenaries.

Michael Ffinch:  _G.K. Chesterton. A Biography_ (London, 1986)

W. Foss & C. Gerahty:  _The Spanish Arena_ (Catholic Book Club, London)

A contemporary account of the Spanish Crusade.

L. Fry:  _Waters Flowing Eastward_

Eye-witness account of the Bolshevik Revolution and its causes.

Hale, William Bayard.  The Story of a Style.  New York:  B.W. Huebsch,

1920.  A very amusing and insightful lampoon of the premiere 20th

c. American liberal:  Woodrow Wilson.  The author reveals how

Wilson’s pompous, adjective-laden speech indicates a mind filled

with cliches and fairy tales.

Solange Hertz:  _Dicovering Cristabal Colon_ (Supplement to Apropos No 12)

Seeking the real Christopher Columbus amongst the lies and

detractions of his enemies.

David Irving:  _Uprising! – One Nations Nightmare:  Hungary 1956_

The story of the revolt of the Hunagrian people against

the Communist regime.

Siegfried Kappe-Hardenberg:  _Ein Mythos wird Zerstoert – Der Spanische

Buergerkrieg, Guernica, und di Antideutsche Propaganda_

A refutation of the myth of Guernica as portrayed by the Red

propaganda campaign.

Michael Kenny S.J.:  _No God Next Door – Red Rule in Mexico and Our

Responsibility_ (Wm. J. Hirten Co, 1935; rpd C.S.G. & Associates

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)

First published in 1935, this book has been recently reissued.

It describes the sufferings of the Cristeros inflicted by the

Masonic-Socialist alliance (with American backing).

Jesus Salas Larrazabal:  _Guernica_ (Libros de Historia 22, Ediciones Rialp,

Madrid, 1987)

Examines the myth of Guernica from a neutral viewpoint and

concludes that the actual facts of the bombing raid bear no

relation to what was later reported outside the local area in a

world-wide propaganda campaign.

Father Arthur Lewis:  _Christian Terror_

Details communist terrorist atrocities during the Rhodesian

bush war and the financial backing given to the perpetrators by

the World Council of Churches.

John Lukacs, _The End of the Twentieth Century_.  Lukacs argues that the

two world wars, fought over nationalism, were the watershed events

of the twentieth century and that Adolph Hitler, rather than Lenin

or Mao, was the most radical revolutionary of the century.

Hon. Mrs Maxwell-Scott:  _Garcia Moren~o, the Regenerator of Ecuador_

Geoffrey Moss (Major Geoffrey McNeil-Moss):  _The Epic of the Alcazar_.

A History of the Siege of the Toledo Alcazar, 1936 (London,


A day-by-day account of this famous siege during the Spanish


Eustace Mullins:  _Ezra Pound – This Difficult Individual_

An insight into ‘the most difficult years of this difficult


Ezra Pound (ed DD Paige):  _Selected Letters 1907-1941

Ezra Pound:  _Selected Prose 1909-1965_

A selection of Pounds political and literary writings.  Includes

_ABC of Economic_, _Murder by Capital_, _National Culture –

A Manifesto_ and commentaries on Eliot, Buchan and others.

Ronnett, Alexander E., M.D.  _Romanian_Nationalism:_The_Legionary_

_Movement_.  Trans. Vasile C. Barsan, Ph.D.  Chicago: Loyola

University Press, 1974.  [A history of the Legion of the

Archangel Michael.  Ronnett, _ne’_ Rachmistriuc, is a Legionary

who escaped to Chicago.]

Hippolyte A. Taine: The Origins of Contemporary France.

A description and analysis of events in France between 1750 and


Tolstoy:  _Victims of Yalta_.

How anti-Communist fighters were repatriated by the British

after the war to face torture and death.

Maisie Ward:  Gilbert Keith Chesterton (London, 1944)

The official authorised biography.

E. Waugh:  _Robbery under Law – the Mexican Object-Lesson_ (Catholic

Book Club, London, 1940)

A sketch of Mexico during the 1930’s detailing the attacks on

private property and the Church.

Robert Wilson:  Last Days of the Romanovs (1920).

An investigation by a journalist into the murder of Czar

Nicholas and his family.




Table of Contents:


United Nations, New World Order, Communism, and Other Conspiracies

American Old Right

Southern Nationalist/Agrarian and Neo-Confederate

European New Right and Related

Third Positionist

Populist, Nationalist, Separatist, and Beyond







Is the Revolution simply a series of unconnected waves in society?  Are

there sociological or philosophical connexions between the different

directions and emphases of the Revolution?  Or is there a guiding hand

behind the scenes?  Many will find some of the books in this section



Gary Allen:  None Dare Call it Conspiracy

The secrets behind the World Revolution and the hidden

financial influences of manipulators behind the scenes.

Gary Allen:  Say ‘No’ to the New World Order

How the West has helped Communist regimes.

Ivor Benson:  The Zionist factor

An examination of the Zionist impact on the 20th century.

James Billington:  Fire in the Minds of Men – Origins of the

Revolutionary Faith (1980)

Discloses the part played by Illuminism in the French and

Bolshevik Revolutions.

Samuel Blumenfeld:  The Rhodes Legacy: Are Its Agents Shaping Americas


Eric D. Butler:  Red Pattern of World Conquest (1961)

An examination of the UN and the One World Government.

AK Chesterton:  The New Unhappy Lords

GK’s cousin examines international finance and the power it is

able to obtain and the global assault on Nationalism.

AK Chesterton:  Facing The Abyss

The treason within our governments in their support for a “world


Dennis Laurance Cuddy:  Secret Records Revealed: The Men, the Money and

the Methods Behind the New World Order.

ed Ronald Duncan & Colin Wilson:  Marx Refuted. The Verdict of History

(Ashgrive Press, Bath, 1987)

A selection of anti-Marxist writings from a variety of (mainly

liberal-conservative) viewpoints including Hayek, Thatcher,

Flew, Rowse, Solzhenitsyn,

Fr. D. Fahey:  Rulers of Russia.  Who ruled Russia?  The answers are


Paul Findley:  They Dare to Speak Out

An examination of the powerful Zionist lobby in American


Goldsmith, Sir James, _The Trap_.  A skeptical view of the New World


G. Edward Griffin:  The Fearful Master. A Second Look at the United

Nations (1964).

Attacks the double standards guiding the UN. Uses Katanga as a

case study in which the UN troops inflicted atrocities as they

crushed the attempt by Katanga to become an independent state

from the rest of the Belgian Congo.

Rev W. Hannah:  Darkness Visible

An expose of the evils of Freemasonry from an Anglo-Catholic

Priest .

Douglas Hyde:  I believed. The autobiography of a Former British

Communist (London, 1950)

The story of a communist and his work and his eventual

conversion to Catholicism.

Inter-City Researchers:  The Longest Hatred. An Examination of

Anti-Gentilism (London, 1991)

This booklet looks at the phenomenon of anti-gentilism.

Kitty Little:  Mammon versus God. The Bankers “New World” Disorder

(London, 1993)

This booklet [30pp] examines usury, the power of international

finance over national governments and the undermining of


Arthur Koestler:  The Thirteenth Tribe

Shows that the majority of Jews are in fact descended from the

Khazar tribe which converted to Judaism.

Robert W. Lee:  United Nations Conspiracy

The real purpose of the UN.

Alfred Lilienthal:  Zionist Connection II:  What Price Peace?

Israel and the Zionist lobby examined from a critical

viewpoint of an Anti-Zionist Jew.

Deirdre Manifold:  Karl Marx – A Prophet of Our Time (CSG & Associates

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)

A concise history of Marx, his Satanic doctrine and its effects

including the Church through the medium of Liberation Theology.

Deirdre Manifold:  Fatima and the Great Conspiracy

Sketches the destruction of civilisation, the forces

responsible and an answer to the malaise.

Deirdre Manifold:  Towards World Government – New World Order (Firinne

Publications, Galway)

Analyses what lies behind the changes in Russia. A sequel to

Fatima and the Great Conspiracy.

Count Leon de Poncins:  State Secrets

A selection of state documents which illustrate some of the

forces which have shaped this century.

Count Leon de Poncins:  Secret Powers behind Revolution

A study of the influences behind modern revolution and


Prof Carroll Quigley:  Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World In Our


An ‘insider’s view on the global money-power and how governments

are manipulated.

Also: The Anglo-American Establishment

Captain A.H. Ramsey:  The Nameless War

Details the secret war against Europe. The author was gaoled

during the 1940’s without charge despite being a Conservative

Member of Parliament.

Douglas Reed:  The Controversy of Zion

This book reveals the real nature of Zionism.

Bernard Smith:  The Fraudulent Gospel. Politics and the World Council

of Churches (new edition, 1990)

The World Council of Churches and its support for communist

terrorism in Africa – this book gives the facts about the WCC’s

political activities. This is a recent edition of a book first

issued some years ago.

Bernard Smith:  The Crooked Conscience

Another work on the World Council of Churches and its support

for communism in Africa.

Alexander Solzhenitsyn:  Alexander Solzhenitsyn Speaks to the West

Contains 4 speeches from 1975 & 1978 warning of the real nature

of the Soviet Union and the moral weakness of the West.

David Stevenson.  _The Origins of Freemasonry: Scotland’s Century 1590-

1710_ (Cambridge University Press).  A good book on the subject of

masonic origins.

Stuart:  The Beast in the Temple

An account of the world-wide corruption of morality and good

order in society.

Stuart:  The Lemming Folk.

A study of the enemy within Western society that seeks its


Prince Michael Sturdza:  Betrayal by Rulers

The betrayals by Western rulers since the Second World War.

Alfredo G. A. Valladao:  _The Twentieth Century Will Be American_ by a

Brazilian social critic who likes the prospect of “World America.”

Useful information and analysis.  “There is no longer an American

republic to defend. The universal democratic empire is up and


James Webb.  _The Occult Underground_ and _The Occult Establishment_

(Chicago, Opencourt Publishing).  Solidly researched histories of

the background to modern occultism, at the ‘who met whom and said

what’ level.  For example he traces the _Protocols of the Elders

of Zion_ fraud to the occults who were attempting to manipulate

the Tsar’s court.

Richard Wurmbrand:  Was Karl Marx a Satanist?  (1976)

Argues that there is evidence that Marx and other communist

leaders were Satanists rather than Atheists as commonly







Two excellent introductory books on the Old Right are Paul Gottfried’s

_The Conservative Movement_ and Justin Raimondo’s _Reclaiming the

American Right_.  Also see:


Cole, Wayne S.:  _Roosevelt & The Isolationists_ (Lincoln: Nebraska UP,

1983.)  Cole is the definitive historian of isolationism.  See also

his _America First_.

Gies, Joseph.  _Colonel Of Chicago_. (Dutton, 1979)  The most readable

and sympathetic biography of the Chicago Tribune’s legendary

isolationist publisher, Colonel Robert McCormick.

Kirk, Russell and McClellan, James.  _The Political Principles Of

Robert A. Taft_. (NY: Fleet Press, 1967)


Books by John T. Flynn:


_As We Go Marching_.  New York: Doubleday, 1944.

_Country Squire In The White House_.

New York: Doubleday, 1940.

_The Decline of the American Republic_.

New York: Devin-Adair, 1955.

_The Epic of Freedom_.

Philadelphia: Fireside Press, 1947.

_The Lattimore Story_.

New York: Devin-Adair, 1953.

_McCarthy: His War On The Reds_.

New York: America’s Future, Inc., 1954.

_The Road Ahead: America’s Creeping Revolution_.

New York: Devin-Adair, 1953.

_The Roosevelt Myth_.

New York: Devin-Adair, 1948.

_While You Slept: Our Tragedy In Asia and Who Made

It_. New York: Devin-Adair, 1951



Books by Garet Garrett:


_The American Story_

(Chicago: Regnery Gateway, 1955).

_The Cinder Buggy: A Fable in Iron and Steel_.

(New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1923).

The Driver. (New York:  E.P. Dutton & Company, 1922).

_Ex America_.

(Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Publishers,1951).

_The People’s Pottage_. (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton

Publishers, 1945).

_The Revolution Was_. (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Publishers,


_Where the Money Grows_.

(New York: Harper 1911).



Books by Albert Jay Nock:


_Memoirs of a Superfluous Man_,

Chicago: Henry Regnery Co.,1969.

_Our Enemy, The State_, (1935)

Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton, 1946.

_The State of the Union_


Other books by Old Right Authors:


Bromfield, Louis.  A New Pattern For A Tired World.

New York: Harper, 1954.

Chodorov, Frank.  _One Is a Crowd: Reflections of An

Individualist.  New York: Macmillan, 1940.

_Fugitive Essays_ (Liberty Press, 1980).  Chodorov is a

transitional figure between the Old Right and the

Libertarian movement.  Contains several pro-isolationist

and anti-public education essays.

Hayek, Friedrich. _The Road to Serfdom_., (1944)

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956.

Lane, Rose Wilder.  _The Discovery of Freedom: Man’s

Struggle Against Authority.  New York: John Day, 1943.

Von Mises, Ludwig. _Bureaucracy_., New Haven: Yale

University Press, 1944.

Von Mises, Ludwig. _Omnipotent Government_., New

Haven: Yale University Press, 1955.

Paterson, Isabel. _The God of the Machine_., New York:

Putnam, 1943.

Radosh, Ronald.  Prophets on the Right: Conservative

Critics of American Globalism.  New York:

Simon and Schuster, 1975.

Rockwell, Lewellyn H. _The Case For Paleolibertarianism,

and Realignment on the Right_.  Burlingame: Center For

Libertarian Studies, 1990.

Stenehjem, Michelle Flynn.  _An American First: John T. Flynn

and the America First Committee.

New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1976.





_Twelve Southerners:  I’ll Take My Stand_.

The twelve Southerners consisted of Donald Davidson, John Gould

Fletcher, H.B. Kline, Lyle H.  Lanier, Stark Young, Allen Tate, Andrew

Nelson Lytle, H.C. Nixon, F.L.  Owsley, John Crowe Ranson, John Donald

Wade, and Robert Penn Warren.

Bledsoe, Albert T., The War Between The States, or Was Secession a

     Constitutional Right Prior To The War of 1861-1865?  (Out of

Print; Available In Large Libraries).  An excellent introduction to

states rights and the  constitutionality of secession.

M. E. Bradford, _Remembering Who We Are: Observations of a Southern

Conservative_ (University of Georgia Press: Athens, GA 1985).

Indispensable to an understanding of the Agrarians)

M. E. Bradford, _Original Intentions: On the Making and Ratification of

the United States Constitution_ (University of Georgia Press:

Athens, GA 1993).  Indispenable for understanding how far we have

strayed.  _Against the Barbarians_. Southern nationalist essays.

Calhoun, John C., Disquisition On Government.  John C. Calhoun,

considered by many to be the greatest political theorist in

American history, outlines his theory of concurrent majorities.

Calhoun, John C. 1992.  _The Papers of John C. Calhoun_.

ed. Clyde Wilson, New Brunswick, NJ: Transactions Publishers.

Craven, Avery.  _The Growth of Southern Nationalism_.

Curry, Jabez L.M., Civil History of the Government of the Confederate

     States, With Some Personnel Reminiscences.  (Out of print;

available in large libraries).  A spirited defense of the men who

drafted the Confederate States Constitution by a noted Alabama

legislator and educator.

Curry, Jabez L.M.,  The Southern States of the American Union,

     Considered In Their Relations To The Constitutions of the United

     States and to The Resulting Union. (Out of print; available in

large libraries).  Sort of a _Readers Digest_ condensed version

of Stephens’ _A Constitutional View of the War Between The States_.

Like Bledsoe, Curry offers a eloquent defense of the the

sovereignty of the states and the constitutional right of


Dabney, Robert L., A Defense of Virginia and Through Her of the South.

Another eloquent defense of the Lost Cause by one of the South’s

leading divines.

Davidson, Donald.  _Attack on Leviathan_.

Davis, Jefferson.  The Rise and Fall of The Confederate Government,

Volumes I and II_.  President Davis’ magnum opus. Similar to

Stephens’ _Constitutional View_, but offers several interesting

insights in compact theory that Stephens omitted.

Davis, Varina H., Jefferson Davis, ex-President of the Confederate

     States: A Memoir.  The Confederate first lady’s passionate memoir

of her husband.

Davis, William C., _ A Government of Our Own: The Making of The


Davis, William C., _Jefferson Davis, The Man and His Hour_.

DeRosa, Marshal L. 1991.  _The Confederate Constitution of 1861_

University of Missouri Press.

Escott, Paul.  _After Secession: Jefferson Davis and the Failure of

Confederate Nationalism_.

Genovese, Eugene.  _The Slaveholders’ Dilemma: Freedom and Progress in

Southern Conservative Thought_; _The Southern Front: History and

Politics in The Cultural War_; _The Southern Tradition_, Harvard,


ed William C. Harvard & Walter Sullivan:  A Book of Prophets (1982)

Donald and Ronald Kennedy.  _The South Was Right!_; _Why Not Freedom?_

Kirk, Russell 1978.  _John Randolph of Roanoke: A Study in American

Politics_  Indiapolis: Liberty Press.

Norwood, Thomas M.  A True Vindication of the South, in a Review of the

     American Political Tradition.  (Out of print; available in some

large libraries).

Rabel, George C.  _The Confederate Republic: A Revolution Against


Rawle, William.  A View of the Constitution.  This splendid work on

constitutional history and theory, which defended the sovereignty

of the states and secessionism, was a required textbook at West

Point during the 1820’s.  The author was a Northern abolitionist.

Stephens, Alexander.  A Constitutional View of the Late War Between the

     States.  “Little Aleck,” considered one of the greatest intellects

of the old South, offers a cogent argument that the Constitution of

1787 established a compact of sovereign states rather than a


Thomas D. Young:  Waking their Neighbours Up (1982)

Thomas, Emory.  _The Confederate Nation: 1861-1865_.

Weaver, Richard M. 1991. _The Southern Essays of Richard M. Weaver_.

ed. George M. Curtis and James J. Thompson.  Indianapolis: Liberty


Wilson, Clyde ed., _The Essential Calhoun_.  A primer to Calhounian


Wilson, Clyde ed.:  Why the South will Survive (1981).





Alain de Benoist:

_Vu de Droite, Copernic 1977

_Les Idees a L’Endroit_, Libres-Hallier 1979

_Comment peut-on etre Paien?_, Albin Michel 1971

_Les Traditions d’Europe, Labyrinthe 1982

_L’Eclipse du Sacre, Table Ronde 1986

_Eroope, Tiers Monde:  Meme Combat, Robert Laffont 1986


John Casey, _Pagan Virtues_.  Casey is ‘old right’ in English terms and

had quite a lot to do with the Salisbury Review in its earlier days.

His book has no specific connection with the ENR, but is mentioned here

because of the ENR interest in paganism.  He argues that there are

‘Pagan’ (Classical world) virtues different from those engendered by

Christianity and worth considering seriously.



Julius Evola:


Inner Traditions International,

Rochester, Vermont, has available in English _Meditations on the Peaks.

Mountain Climbing as Metaphor for the Spiritual Quest_ (1998), _The

Mystery of the Grail: Initiation and Magic in the Quest for the Spirit_

(1997), _The Doctrine of Awakening: The Attainment of Self- Mastery

According to the Earliest Buddhist Texts_ (1996), _The Hermetic

Tradition: Symbols and Teachings of the Royal Art_ (1995), a work

commended by C.G. Jung, _Revolt Against the Modern World (1995), _The

Yoga of Power: Tantra, Shakti, and the Secret Way_ (1992), and _Eros and

the Mysteries of Love: The Metaphysics of Sex_ (1991)


The following works by Evola have been translated by Guido Stucco and

are available from Holmes Publishing Group, P.O. Box 623, Edmonds, WA



_The_Path_of_Enlightenment_in_the_Mithraic_Mysteries_ (Alexandrian

Press, 1994); _Rene_Guenon:_A_Teacher_for_Modern_Times_ (Sure Fire

Press, 1994); _Taoism:_The Magic,_the_Mysticism_ (Oriental

Classics, 1995); and _Zen:_The_Religion_of_the_Samurai_ (Oriental

Classics, 1994).


A translation of Men Among Ruins is forthcoming from Storm, of

Portland, OR.


A footnote in the translator’s introduction to _The Yoga of Power_ lists

the following scholarly articles on Evola:


Drake, Richard.  “Julius Evola and the Ideological Origins of

the Radical Right in Contemporary Italy” in _Political

Violence and Terror:  Motifs and Motivations_.  Ed. Peter

Merkl.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1986.  61-



“Julius Evola, Radical Fascism, and the Lateran Accords.”

_Catholic Historical Review_ 74 (1988): 403-419.


“The Children of the Sun,” in _The Revolutionary Mystique and

Terrorism in Contemporary Italy_.  Bloomington: Indiana

University Press, 1989.


Sheehan, Thomas.  “_Diventare Dio_: Julius Evola and the

Metaphysics of Fascism.”  _Stanford Italian Review_ 6 (1986):



“Myth and Violence: The Fascism of Julius Evola and Alain de

Benoist.”  _Social Research_ 48 (Spring 1981): 45-73.


There are also the following articles, from an estoteric perspective, in

_Gnosis_ 14 (Winter 1989-90):


Waterfield, Robin.  “Baron Julius Evola and the Hermetic

Tradition.” 12-17.


Zolla, Elemire.  “The Evolution of Julius Evola’s Thought.”



William W. Quinn, Jr.  _The Only Tradition_ (State University of New

York Press 1997).  A critical view of the modern world, with discussion

of Reni Guinon and Ananda K. Coomaraswamy.  Some may not like the

sympathy for Theosophy and talk of a New Agey “future planetary

Traditional culture”.


Tomislav Sunic, _Against Democracy and Equality:  the European New

Right_, Lang 1990.


See also under G.R.E.C.E. in Bookstores (France).


A number of Evola’s works are available through the ED2K filesharing

network. Many can be had by gopher here (gopher proxy here).





Derek Holland:  Political Soldier 1

Explains why the Nationalist militant must strive to become the

Political Soldier needed to fight corruption and save Europe.

Derek Holland:  Political Soldier 2

Thoughs on struggle and sacrifice. For those who wish to fight

for Tradition and Order.

Third Position Handbook.  Why ideology needed in a consumerist world,

what the TP ideology is, and so on.

International Third Position:  A Third Positionist Reader.

Contains 5 extracts on the family, economics, Palestine,

Codreanu and the ‘Rural Revolution’. Useful as a cheap

introduction to the policies of the ITP, but fairly limited if

the reader is already familiar with these topics.

Various authors:  Yesterday and Tomorrow.  Published by the Legionary

Press. Collection of essays by Third Positionists from across







Roy Howard Beck, _The Case Against Immigration_ (W. W. Norton & Co.,

1996).  Liberal book presenting “the moral, economic, social, and

environmental reasons for reducing US immigration back to

traditional levels.”

Peter Brimelow:  Alien Nation.  Down with immigration.

Frank Bryan and John McClaughry.  _The Vermont Papers_ (Post Mills, VT:

Chelsea Green Publishing Company 1989).  A neo-anti-federalist

program for the 1990s covering issues ranging from agriculture and

administration to land-use and education.

Eric D. Butler:  Truth About the Australian League of Rights (1985)

A response to attacks on the Australian League of Rights.

Roy Clews:  To Dream of Freedom

Details the campaigns of the Movement for the Defence of Wales

and the Free Wales Army during the 1960s.

Walker Connor:  _Ethnonationalism_.

Lawrence Dennis:  Is Capitalism Doomed? (Harper & Bros. 1932); The

Coming American Fascism (Harper & Bros., 1936).  Two by the man

once considered America’s “intellectual fascist”.

David Duke:  _My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding_, with a

forward by Prof. Glayde Whitney, past president of the Behavior

Genetics Association.

G. Evans:  Fighting For Wales.  History of Welsh Nationalism.

Kevin Flynn and Gary Gerhardt:  The Silent Brotherhood: Inside

America’s Racist Underground

Georgie Anne Geyer, _Americans No More_. (Atlantic Monthly Press, 1996)

Argues that the concept of citizenship in America has lost all


Arthur de Gobineau: The Inequality of Human Races.

Joscelyn Godwin:  _Arktos:  The Polar Myth in Science, Symbolism and

Nazi Survival_ (Phanes, 1993).  A treasure trove of material on

Evola, Guenon, Schwaller de Lubisz, and others whose relations with

the Nazi Black Order would scare the pants off those New Agers

buying up their books today.

Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke:  _The Occult Roots of Nazism:Secret Aryan

Cults and their Influence on Nazi Ideology_ (NYU, 1992)

Hearne:  ABC of the Welsh Revolution

Although based on Wales, the ideas in this book are true for all

nations. The ‘Revolution’ of the title is what we would rather

call Counter-Revolution.

Sir Arthur Keith, Evolution and Ethics.  New York: Putnam, 1946.

Also published as _Essays on Human Evolution_, this anti-Christian,

evolutionist attempt to explain the biological roots of war has a

small cult following on the right.

David Lane:  Percepts

A short pamphlet [10pp] of a gaoled White Racial activist in


Michael Levin:  _Why Race Matters: Race Differences and What They Mean_

(Praeger, 1997).

Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams:  The Pink Swastika: Homosexuals and the

     Nazi Party. Keizer, OR: Founders Publishing Co., 1995. Argues

that the popular notion of a homophobic Nazi Germany is greatly

exaggerated and that Hitler’s movement was strongly influence by

the German gay subculture.

Brunor Maigret:  L’imperatif du renoveneu.

La Flamme; Edision Robert Laffont;

Paris 1990.

By the leading ideologist for Le Pen’s National Front.

Kevin McDonald:  _A People that shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group

Evolutionary Strategy_ (Praeger, 1994), _Separatism and its

Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism_,

_Culture of Critique_.  A series on Jewish separatism.

Roger McGrath:  _Gunfightes, Highwaymen and Vigilantes_.  A study of the

armed and peaceful Old West.

Jack B. Moore:  Skinheads Shaved for Battle: a Cultural History of

American Skinheads.

Louis T. March and Brent Nelson.  _The Great Betrayal: The Elite’s War

on Middle America_.  Raleigh, NC: Representative Government Press,

1995: 139 pp., Paperback. $5.95.

Brent Nelson. _America Balkanized: Immigration’s Challenge to

Government_.  Monterey, VA: The American Immigration Control

Foundation, 1994: 148 pp., Hardback. $10.00.  The sociological and

cultural implications of Third-World immigration, and on how

government capitalizes on the inevitable conflicts produced to

enhance its ever-growing powers over the American people.

Ernst Nolte:  Three Faces of Fascism

Prof R.P. Oliver:  America’s Decline

Prof R.P. Oliver:  Enemy of Our Enemies

Prof R.P. Oliver:  Is there Intelligent Life on Earth

A debunking of liberal myths.

Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera:  _Selected Writings_ (Jonathan Cape).

Founder and leader of the Falange, Primo de Rivera was the formost

intellectual inspiration of the Franco regime.

Carleton Putnam:  Race and Reason, a Yankee View (1961), and Race and

     Reality (1967).  Two books that become bestsellers in the South

based on what a 1998 _New York Times obituarist described as

“impressive” and “thoughtfully presented” evidence.

Bruno Rizzi:  _The Bureaucratization of the World_, trans. Adam Westoby,

Tavistock, 1985.  A Trostkyite who detoured towards Fascism, in

doing so becoming one of the first to theorize the idea of a

managerial revolution and popularize the idea in Marxist circles,

where James Burnham picked it up.

James Ridgeway:  Blood In the Face

Wilmot Robertson:  The Dispossessed Majority

How the liberal/minority coalition discriminates against White


Wilmot Robertson:  Ventilations.

A follow-up to _The Dispossessed Majority_. A call for White

awakening in America.

Wilmot Robertson:  The Ethnostate (1992)

Yet another follow-up.

Immigration and the American Identity (The Rockford Institute:

Illinois, 1995).  Essays on Immigration from Chronicles magazine.

George Lincoln Rockwell:  White Power

By the leader of the American Nazi Party

John Ross:  Unintended Consequences.  About a man’s conflict against

federal police forces after a botched BATF raid.  Gives the history

of US gun control from 1900 to present day.

Rushton, J. Philippe:  _Race Evolution, and Behavior_ (Transaction

Publishers, 1995).  Argues based on a comprehensive survey of

scientific findings that the three main racial groups (negroid,

caucasoid, mongoloid) differ systematically as a result of specific

evolutionary history.

Michael Schmidt:  The New Reich: Violent Extremism in Unified Germany

and Beyond

Israel Shahak:  Jewish History, Jewish Religion:  The Weight of Three

     Thousand Years  Pluto Press, 1994.  A critique from an

Enlightenment universalist perspective of radically self-centered

and antisocial aspects of Jewish religious tradition.

Paul Sheehan:  _The Dividing of Australia_. Sydney. Random House, 1998.

Attack on the Australian version of multiculturalism from the

author of the famous 1995 “Race War of Black Against White “

article in the Sydney Morning Herald.

Georges Sorel: _Social Foundations of Contemporary Economics_, _The

Illusions of Progress_ and _Reflexions on Violence_.

Zeev Sternhell.  _The Birth of Fascist Ideology: From Cultural Rebellion

to Political Revolution_.  Princeton University Press.  Aroused a

storm of response when published in France and Italy.  In

Sternhell’s view, fascism possessed a coherent ideology with deep

roots in European civilization, and was a major cultural phenomenon

long before it became a political force.

Jared Taylor:  _Paved with Good Intentions_.  The race relations mess.

Donald Warren:  _The Radical Center_

Chilton Williamson, Jr.:  The Immigration Mystique: America’s False


Francis Parker Yockey:  Imperium

A call to arms in defence of Europe & America with a plan

for European rebirth.

_Fascism in England 1928 – 1940_.  A Final Conflict booklet on the two

main fascist groups – the British Union of Fascists and the

Imperial Fascist League.





Various fictional works from different streams of the Counter-Revolution.


Hilaire Belloc:  Hills and the Sea (1906)

GK Chesterton:  The Return of Don Quixote

GK Chesterton:  The Napoleon of Notting Hill (1904)

A entertaining novel about patriotism and the richness of life in

small communities. Anti-imperialist.

GK Chesterton:  The Man who was Thursday (1908)

Paranoia and suspicion are the themes of this novel in which

an anarchist council call themselves by the days of the week,

but nobody seems to be quite who he seems.

GK Chesterton:  The Flying Inn (1914)

GK Chesterton:  The Innocence of Father Brown (1911)

GK Chesterton:  The Wisdom of father Brown (1914)

GK Chesterton:  The Incredulity of Father Brown (1926)

GK Chesterton:  The Secret of Father Brown (1927)

GK Chesterton:  The Scandal of Father Brown (1935)

Classic detective stories.

Colin Jordan:  Merrie England-2000.  A satirical novel about the “Anti-

Hate” movement.  The illustrations and the author’s admiration for

Hitler are unfortunate, but it’s said to be a good read.  Printed

and published by Gothic Ripples, Thorgarth, Greenhow Hill,

Harrogate, Yorkshire HG3 5JQ.

C.S. Lewis:  The Chronicles of Narnia

C.S. Lewis:  _The Discarded Image_.  A survey of medieval and

renaissance literature.  The “discarded image” is the medieval

holistic synthesis of the world, used by Lewis to attack the

alternative views of his own day most of which were and indeed are

highly antipathetic to a CR viewpoint.

C.S. Lewis:  That Hideous Strength.  _The Abolition of Man_ set to

allegory.  Many on the right detect an anti-conspiracy theme here.

C.S. Lewis:  The Perelandra Trilogy

Jack London:  Call of the Wild

Jack London:  White Fang

A Macdonald:  The Turner Diaries

A violent novel about revolution and a future ethnic war in America.

Features racial mysticism and ethnic cleansing and murder on a

colossal scale.  There is also a sequel, _Hunter_.

George Orwell:  Animal Farm

The Classic allegory of Communism.

George Orwell:  1984

A view of what a future super-state might become. Frightening.

Ezra Pound:  The Cantos

Jean Raspail:  The Camp of the Saints

Europe invaded by millions of refugees. A chilling novel.

Alan Stang:  The Highest Virtue

A novel of Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution.

Stuart:  Holocaust Island

Ten families driven by the threat of nuclear war build their own

community. Then they need a money system and send for a London


J.R.R. Tolkien:  The Hobbit

J.R.R. Tolkien:  The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Harvey Ward:  Sanctions Buster (William Maclellan Embryo Ltd, 1982,


A novel set in the world of sanctions busting during the

Rhodesian bush war.





Material which does not seem to fit well elsewhere.


H. Belloc:  Advice (Harvill Press, London, 1960)

H. Belloc:  A Moral Alphabet in Words of from One to Seven Syllables

(1899, rpd Duckworth, 1974)

Brock, H. I.  Meddlers:  Uplifting Moral Uplifters.  New York:  Ives

Washburn, 1930.  A vigorous attack on liberal interventionism of

the old sort:  prohibition, blue laws, social busybodyism, etc.

Danielle Crittenden, _What Our Mothers Didn’t Tell Us:  Why Happiness

Eludes the Modern Woman_.  (Simon & Schuster, 1999[?]).  An

antifeminist book by Mrs. David Frum.

Samuel Dresner:  _Can Families Survive In Pagan America? Lafayette,

LA: Huntington House, 1995. Jewish conservative argues that

liberal Jews who oppose conventional morality could eventually

cause the Jewish people to self-destruct.

Samuel T. Francis.  _Power and History : The Political Thought of James

Burnham_ (University Press of America: 1984), and _Revolution from

the Middle_

Elizabeth Lady Freeman:  Traditionalist’s Anthology

A collection of quotations under various headings.

Gallagher, Maggie.  _The Abolition of Marriage_.  An account of the

sexual situation in the West.

George Gilder:  _Men and Marriage_ (Pelican Pub Co: 1992).  On the state

of the American family, and the recent drive to deny the fundamental

differences between the sexes.

C.S. Lewis.  _Surprised By Joy_.

Wyndham Lewis.  _The Art of Being Ruled_, Black Sparrow Press, 1989.

Jerry Mander:  _Four Argument for the Elimination of Television_.

Critique of modern culture.

Marinetti, _Let’s Murder the Moonshine_ (Sun and Moon Press, $12.95).

Selected works of the Futurist artist.

Neil Postman:  _Amusing Ourselves to Death_.

Jeffrey Satinover, MD:  _Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth_.

Grand Rapids: Baker, 1996. Psychiatrist argues that homosexuality

should be treated like an illness.

Wendy Shalit.  _A Return to Modesty:  Discovering the Lost Virtue_.

(Free Press, 1999[?]).  A young sexual counterrevolutionary.

Robert Wright:  _The Moral Animal_.  Sociobiology and neo-traditional






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Book Stores & Mail Order Services

Internet Resources





Some publications are marked as ‘local interest’ – i.e. that they would

probably not be of much interest to people in other countries. Note that

the list has not been maintained since 2000 or thereabouts. Most that

still exist probably have some sort of web presence now.


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Christian Counter-Revolution

Southern Nationalist/Agrarian and Neo-Confederate

European New Right and Related

Third Positionist

Populist, Nationalist, Separatist, and Beyond







Subtitled “a magazine of American culture”, _Chronicles_ puts out

“theme” issues with an interesting mix of stuff mostly tending toward an

anti-internationalist and neotraditional outlook that bases conservative

views on modern modes of analysis.  They also have an interesting group

of regular contributors.


Culture Wars

This publication, the child of E. Michael Jones’ Ultramontane Associates

(of “Fidelity” fame) and Pat Robertson’s American Center for Law and

Justice, started out neocon-ish, but has moved toward anti-libertarian,

anti-Hayek social-conservatism. Reminiscent of Brent Bozell’s “Triumph.”


The Freeman.  A publication of the Institute for Economic Education,

30 South Broadway, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York.  Mostly libertarian

economic analyses.


The Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies

Council for Social and Economic Studies

1133 13th St., N.W.

Suite C-2

Washington, D.C. 20005-4297


Telephone (202) 789-0231   FAX (202)-842-1758


Intercollegiate Review.

[Published by Intercollegiate Studies Institute, below.]


Modern Age.

Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Inc.

14 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue

Bryn Mawr, PA  19010-3275


The scholarly magazine of American paleoconservatives.  Founded by

Russell Kirk.


The Salisbury Review

33, Canonbury Park South

London, N1 2JW


An intellectually distinguished magazine covering continental as well as

British culture and politics.  Edited by Roger Scruton.




431 E. 12th Street

New York, NY  10009

(212) 228-6479

fax:  (212) 228-6379


Quarterly.  The Frankfort School goes reac.  The search for federalism,

tradition, communalism and liturgy in pomo-speak.  Paul Gottfried is an

editor and frequent contributor, and they publish Thomas Fleming and

Alain de Benoist.







Apropos (previously _Approaches_)

Editor:  Tony Fraser


Staffin Road


Isle of Skye


Officially quarterly but tends to appear less frequently. _Approaches_ was

founded by the late Hamish Fraser, the famous Catholic convert from

Communism, and _Apropos_ is the continuation of his work by his son.

It is a traditionalist Catholic publication and tends to concentrate on

social issues in the light of Catholic social teaching.


The Chesterton Review


Christianity & Society

PO Box 2, Taunton TA1 4ZD, ENGLAND

Telephone (01823) 321248

A quarterly published by The Kuyper Foundation.  They are putting

together a directory of Christian Reconstruction.


The Counsel of Chalcedon

PO Box 888022, Dunwoody GA  30356-0022

(404) 396-0965

A Christian Reconstructionist publication.


The Remnant

2539 Morrison Avenue

St Paul

Minnesota 55117


Traditionalist Catholic. Issues semi-monthly.



R.R. 1

Box 97 A-1


Minnesota 55987

Tel  507-459-8000

A full colour Traditional Catholic newsletter issued by St Thomas

Aquinas Seminary (Part of the Society of St Pius X). Also issued is a

monthly letter by Bishop Williamson. No charge, but a donation would be



The Wanderer

201 Ohio Street

St. Paul, MN 5107

Subscriptions: US$35.00 in US, US$45.00 elsewhere.

Traditionalist Catholic weekly paper.  Joseph Sobran has a column.





Southern Partisan

P.O. Box 11708

Columbia, SC 29311

$14 for four quarterly issues.

_Southern Partisan_ is a quarterly magazine that defends the culture,

traditions, and symbols of the Old South.





_The Scorpion_

Postfach 8505050

51030 Koeln


_The Scorpion_ is a prime source for English translations of GRECE

writers such as Alain de Benoist and Guillaume Faye. The writing in _The

Scorpion_ is of a very high quality.  Right now, _The Scorpion_ is coming

out at the rate of a year or more per issue (the subscription rates are

for 4 issues).  Back issues are worth getting.

North America air mail:  26 pounds sterling ($40.00 U.S.)

Surface mail:  18 pounds sterling

All currencies accepted.  Cheques made payable to _The Scorpion_ except

for francs and marks (made payable to Michael Walker).  For cheques in

currencies other than Pounds sterling, French francs, and German marks,

add 10%.  Some send cash in U.S. dollars, as this avoids the problem,

but of course there is the usual risk of sending cash through the mail.





Third Way

Influenced by the ENR, they emphasize “common sense” approaches to

political problems, opposition to Maastricht, green politics,

cooperation  between conservatives/nationalists of all ethnic/religious

groups, etc.  They run some political candidates.


Liverpool Newsletter

A mixture of distributist, radical RC and social credit doctrines.


Mother Earth.

Another part of the Third Way empire.


Ulster Nation.

29 Glenwood Street, Belfast, BT13 3AJ, N. Ireland.


An Ulster nationalist publication affiliated with Third Way.




American Renaissance

PO Box 1674

Louisville, KY  40201


Edited by Samuel Taylor, author (as Jared Taylor) of _Paved with Good

Intentions_.  Articles on sociobiology, genetics, and racial

differences, and on current events, detailing the deterioration of

America, ethnic and racial fragmentation, liberal doublethink and racial

double standards.  Very intelligently written.



“The voice of National Socialism in Britain”.

Broadsword is the official supporting publication of the British

National Socialist Movement and is published quarterly.

Price 2.00, Send cheque (made payable to Broadsword) or

postal order to:

PO Box 6, Heckmondwicke, West Yorks., WF16 0XF, England, UK


The Citizens’ Informer

Subscription:  P.O. Box 2494

St. Louis, MO  63114

The official newsletter of the Council of Conservative Citizens

(CCC) published 4 times annually. Although the stated aim of the

CCC is to unite all factions within the American right, the paper

bears a decidedly populist/paleoconservative orientation, arguing

for tighter immigration restrictions, an end to affirmative action

and a serious discussion about the implications of race in America.

Features frank discussions about immigration and the race issue.



P.O. Box 426, Allison Park, PA 15101.

“America’s best patriotic political publication.”


The New American

770 Westhill Boulevard

Appleton, WI 54915


Published biweekly

Well-written and well-researched news magazine published by the John

Birch Society.


The Truth at Last

P.O. Box 1211

Marietta, Georgia 30061



A newspaper covering a variety of topics of interest to separatists.

Originally _The Thunderbolt_, the publication of the (presumably

defunct) National States Rights Party.





SACRED WEB:  A Journal of Tradition and Modernity

An academic journal on Tradition, “conceived as a journal whose aims

will be to identify Traditional “first principles” and their application

to the contingent circumstances of modernity, and to expose the false

premises of modernity from the perspective of Tradition.”





Unless otherwise stated, the entries will run a mail-order service. Some

also have display rooms which can be visited. If possible, telephone to

check before a wasted journey.


The definition of ‘book’ has been stretched to include other resources

such as video-tapes and audio-tapes.


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13, rue Charles Lecocq

75015 Paris







Baker Book House

2768 East Paris SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503


Used bookstores with huge selections of religious volumes, especially

Evangelical ones.


The Dooyeweerd Centre is administering a massive translation

and publication project for Dooyeweerd’s books.  Address:

Deyyeweerd Centre

Redeemer College

777 Highway 53 East

Ancaster ON


Information is also available at:


Liberty Fund, Inc.

8335 Allison Point Trail No. 300

Indianapolis, IN  46250-1687

Publishing house with a mail order department specializing in books

dedicated to Liberty in a very broad sense of the term.  High quality,

low priced books, typically new editions of out of print works.


National Vanguard Books

P.O. Box 330

Hillsboro, West Virginia 24946

Broad assortment of books on history, philosophy, culture and other

subjects that you can’t get anywhere else (except below).  Run by national



The Neumann Press

Route Two Box 30

Long Prairie, MN 56347

1-800-746-2521 (8am to 10pm Central Time)

FAX number:  1-320-732-3858

Traditional Catholic books, specializing in reprinting out-of-print

books. The contemporary books they publish are Roman Catholic and

faithful to the Chair of Peter.  They carry such Catholic authors as

Msgr. Robert Hugh Benson, Fr. Lasance, St. John Vianney, St. Pius X,

Alfred Noyes, Orestes Brownson, Michael Davies, and more.


The Noontide Press

1822 1/2 Newport Blvd. Suite 183

Costa Mesa, California 92627

A wide assortment of books, cassettes and pamphlets you can’t get

anywhere else.  A branch of the Institute for Historical Review.


OMNI/Christian Book Club

P.O. Box 900566

Palmdale, California 93590-0566

Political and Catholic works.  Social credit, conspiracy, Nesta Webster.


Sophia Perennis et Universalis

Ghent, NY  12075

343 Rt. 21C


Rene Guenon, Frithjof Schuon, et al.  Complete “traditionalist” list and

related works.


TAN Books and Publishers, Inc.

P.O. Box 424

Rockford, IL 61105

Phone: 1-800-437-5876

Fax: 815-226-7770

Dedicated to preserving Catholic Classics, exposing modern errors and

defending the truths and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church.  Has

published well over 400 Catholic titles since 1967.


Transaction Publishers

Rutgers–The State University

New Brunswick, N.J. 08903

Telephone:  (908) 932-2280   Fax (908) 932-3138

Titles by such illustrious counter-revolutionaries as Mel Bradford,

Russell Kirk, Paul Gottfried, and Thomas Molnar.


Trax Book and Tape

332 W. Martin Ln.

Murray, Utah  84107

(801) 262-3601

Tied to the American Patriot movement.  “Your source for books and other

information about freedom, health, survival, common law, sovereignty,

economics, conspiracy, home schooling, liberalism, satanism, science,

christian books, history, IRS, and others.”  Write them for a catalog.


Sources of Christian Reconstructionist Literature:

Institute for Christian Economics (ICE)

P. O. Box 8000

Tyler, Texas 75711


Biblical Horizons

P. O. Box 1096

Niceville, Florida 32588



P. O. Box 158

Vallecito, California 95251


American Vision

P. O. Box 724088

Atlanta, GA 31139-1088

(404) 333-6203


The Christian Statesman

715 School Street

McKees Rocks PA 15136


Messiah’s Congregation

2662 E. 24th St.

Brooklyn, NY  11235


Still Waters Revival Books

4710-37A Ave.

Edmonton, AB Canada T6L 3T5




Wikipedia has useful references and lists, for example in the articles on:

Arthur Moeller van den Bruck



One of the leading figures in the Conservative Revolutionary movement of Weimar Germany.



All 8 chapters of the English translation of van den Bruck’s  magnum opus Das Dritte Reich:


Revolutionary: Let Us Win the Revolution

Socialist: Each People Has Its Own Socialist

Liberalism: Liberalism is the Death of Nations

Democrat: Democracy Exists Where People Take a Share in Determining Their Own Fate

Proletarian: The Proletarian is Such by His Own Desire

Reactionary: A Policy May be Reversed: History Cannot

Conservative: Conservatism Has Eternity on Its Side

The Third Empire: We Must Have the Strength to Live in Antithesis


Oswald Spengler

[Major works are in bold]

The Decline of the West (both volumes)

Prussianism and Socialism

On the German National Character

Nietzsche and his Century


Two faces of Russia and Germany’s Eastern Problem

The Hour of Decision

Man and Technics


In German

A Short Biography

Timeline of Spengler’s Life

1928 Times Article

1934 Times Article

1942 Times Article

The following essays on Spengler and his philosophy will also be very helpful for those who want to achieve an understanding of his general theories:

“Oswald Spengler: An Introduction to his Life and Ideas” by Keith Stimely

“Historian of the Future: An Introduction to Oswald Spengler’s Life and Works” by Stephen M. Borthwick

“History And Decadence: Spengler’s Cultural Pessimism Today” by Tomislav Sunic

“The Pre-Death Thoughts of Faust” by Nikolai Berdyaev


And then on the Counter-Currents website:


‘Spengler is one of the most often tagged figures at Counter-Currents.

Here are the main works we have published by and about Spengler’:


By Spengler:

“Is World Peace Possible?”

“The Colored World Revolution,” Part 1

“The Colored World Revolution,” Part 2

“Prussians & Englishmen”


On Spengler:

Kerry Bolton, “Oswald Spengler: May 29, 1880–May 8, 1936”

Kerry Bolton, “Nietzsche and Spengler: Preface to Thinkers of the Right”

Greg Johnson, “Is Racial Purism Decadent?”

Revilo Oliver, “Oswald Spengler: Criticism and Tribute”

Robert Steuckers, “Atlantis, Kush, and Turan: Prehistoric Matrices of Ancient Civilizations in the Posthumous Work of Spengler,” Part 1, Part 2

Robert Steuckers, “Evola and Spengler”


Articles Making Substantial Mention of Spengler:

Kerry Bolton, “A Contemporary Evaluation of Francis Parker Yockey,” Part 1

Derek Hawthorne, “D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love: Anti-Modernism in Literature,” Part 3

Revilo Oliver, “Lawrence R. Brown’s The Might of the West”

Revilo Oliver, “The Shadow of Empire: Francis Parker Yockey After Twenty Years”

Ted Sallis, “The Overman High Culture: Future of the West”

Interview with Robert Steuckers

Robert Steuckers, “Postmodern Challenges: Between Faust and Narcissus,” Part 1, Part 2, Part 3



John David Ebert [left-wing] Lecture on Oswald Spengler:



John David Ebert on Oswald Spengler’s Man and Technics:


Teach Yourself Video Making?


OK, teaching yourself how to create videos for Youtube, etc. is really easy.


There are two steps you need to follow:

1) Buy Sony Vegas Pro (of course some people will just download the thing as a torrent for free, saving themselves several hundred pounds/dollars in the process. If they’re downloading torrents they probably download uTorrent first.)

2) Buy the ebook that tells you everything you need to know to use Vegas Pro like a pro. (Again some people will just download the ebook for Sony Vegas Pro 8 from The Pirate Bay. If they did that, then they could either obtain a copy of Vegas Pro 8 to go with it; or get the latest version (currently Vegas Pro 11) because the basics are much the same anyway. )


Step 1:

Buy Sony Vegas Pro form wherever (assuming you’re not one of those people who will just go over to The Pirate Bay or isoHunt and download it for nothing. I can see why some people might do that actually, it’s a hell of a lot cheaper and all you’d really have to worry about is following the instructions to the letter.) So buy the latest version of Sony Vegas Pro – which is currently Sony Vegas Pro 11. (I imagine people who plan on downloading the ebook as a torrent in step 2 might consider obtaining Sony Vegas Pro 8 to go with it.)


Step 2:

Go to Amazon and purchase the ebook for the latest version (currently version 11), and buy the book in kindle format (note, you DO NOT need to have a kindle to read books bought in kindle format; you can download them straight to your desktop and read them there – that’s what I do!)

It’s called Vegas Pro Editing, by the way (so the one for the latest version, Sony Vegas Pro 11, is Vegas Pro 11 Editing.)

And as I said above, apparently some people just go over to The Pirate Bay and download Sony Vegas Pro 8 (the only ebook you can download is for Sony Vegas Pro I’ve been told.)

Here are two links to Vegas Pro 11 Editing, at and

Vegas Pro 11 Editing –

Vegas Pro 11 Editing –

Although, if you’d prefer you can buy the above as a normal book, and have it sent through the mail as usual.


Now all you need to do is follow the instructions in your ebook. Do a little bit each day and you’ll be making some damn impressive videos in no time!