Albert Doyle

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[Please inform me if you do not want your name mentioned in SR. While I read every letter that crosses my desk, I can not respond to any that does not pertain to important business needing immediate attention.] I just read David Cole's "repudiation" on the CODOH website. Instant reactions: …

In addition to revisionist history, there is the related matter of the history of revisionism, a subject I do not think can be done at the moment. The person I thought capable of doing this right was Keith Stimely [editor of The Journal of Historical Review in the early 1980s], …

What a marvelous series this promises to be [An Ongoing Conversation About Libertarianism and Revisionism]. Six months ago I would not have given a “Holocaust Revisionist" any credibility whatsoever. Ad homonym attacks are common because they tend to be very effective (and require little intellectual or factual ammunition), and I …

Three Bravos for The Revisionist I got my copy of the first “Revisionist” yesterday and have read it from cover to cover. My conclusion: BRAVO, BRAVO, BRAVO! I hope you are able to sustain the high level of the first issue. I particularly commend you for continuing all articles on …

No historical analogy is perfect but events in Palestine today make me recall to mind Ireland at the end of the 18th century. Ireland was then ruled by and for an alien class of “planters”. With some honorable exceptions such as Jonathan Swift the arrogance of these people was legendary. …

Jews are prominent in the present highly visible culture-war assault on the Catholic Church in America, from the quite recent vilification of Pope Pius XII for “not doing enough” to help Jews in World War II to the entertainment industry’s open bias against the Catholic Church and all it stands …

A Letter from Albert Doyle In some ways I feel sorry for the young Marine caught on a news film shooting a wounded Iraqi prisoner. The Marine is the product of a system which taught him to kill. His job is to kill the enemy, and we have heard his …