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Transforming the Constitution

Joseph Sobran is a nationally-syndicated columnist, lecturer, author (most recently of Alias Shakespeare), and editor of the monthly newsletter Sobran's (P.O. Box 1383, Vienna, VA 22183). “Our Savaged 'Living' Constitution” is reprinted from the Jan.-Feb. 1994 issue of Capitol Hill Voice (P.O. Box One, Washington, DC 20044), a newsletter edited and published by Dale Crowley,…

Gertrude Stein’s Complex Worldview

Gertrude Stein with American novelist Thornton Wilder, southern France, summer 1937. Scholars of the life of Gertrude Stein were recently startled to learn that in 1938 the prominent Jewish-American writer had spearheaded a campaign urging the Nobel committee to award its Peace Prize to Adolf Hitler. This was disclosed by Gustav Hendrikksen, a former member…

My Impressions of the New Russia

Ernst Zündel, a German-Canadian publisher and civil rights activist, lives in Toronto. Born in 1939 in southwest Germany, where he was raised, he migrated to Canada at the age of 19. He attracted international notoriety during the first and second “Holocaust trials” in Toronto, 1985 and 1988. In August 1992 Canada's Supreme Court declared unconstitutional…

Nationalist Sentiment Widespread, Growing in Former Soviet Union

These are trying days for Russia. The privations and sufferings endured by her people are all the more tragic because this is a potentially wealthy and powerful nation with a long and proud history. Contrary to the optimistic hopes and expectations of so many, the swift collapse of Communist Party rule in 1991-1992, and the…

Keynes: Revisionist Thinker

John Maynard Keynes: The Economist as Savior – 1920-1937, by Robert Skidelsky. New York: Viking Penguin, 1994. 731 pages. $37.50. ISBN 0713-99110-0 (v. 2). Andrew Gray, a writer and translator, is former office director in the US Department of Commerce. He lives in Washington, DC. This is the second in the three-volume biography that promises…

Overcoming Germany’s Burdensome Past: The Heritage of Europe’s “Revolutionary Conservative Movement”

Following the aftermath of the cataclysmic defeat of Germany and her Axis partners in the Second World War, exhausted Europe came under the hegemony of the victorious Allied powers – above all the United States and Soviet Russia. Understandably, the social-political systems of the vanquished regimes – and especially that of Hitler's Third Reich –…

European New Right Study Warns Against Universalism and Egalitarianism

Against Democracy and Equality: The European New Right, by Tomislav Sunic. With preface by Paul Gottfried. New York: Peter Lang (62 W. 45th St., New York, NY 10036), 1990. Hardcover. 196 (+ xii) pages. Notes. Bibliography. $40. ISBN: 0-82041294-5. William Saunders is the pen name of a British-born specialist of international finance, economics and social…

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