Martin Gunnels

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by Thomas Dalton, Theses & Dissertations Press, 280 pages, 2009. Thomas Dalton's Debating the Holcoaust. Cover photo published with permission from the author. As we all know, Holocaust books tend to be pretty boring. Graphs, charts, numbers, rambling footnotes—when thrown together, page after page, the literature can be exhausting. Whereas …

by Michael A. Hoffman II, Independent History and Research, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 2010. 182pp. Sometimes it is easy for us to forget that, in the quite recent past, Holocaust revisionism was a thriving movement that exacted some pretty impressive concessions from mainstream historians. The 1970s and 80s witnessed the rise …

The Myth of Natural Rights and Other Essays, by L.A. Rollins, Nine Banded Books, Charleston, WV, 2008. 304pp. When I first read L.A. Rollins’ The Myth of Natural Rights and Other Essays, I wasn’t really sure how to react. As revisionists, we’re not really used to people taking us seriously. …