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Vasilii Grossman’s Just Cause

Vasilii Grossman’s Just Cause Frank Ellis celebrates a defeat for censorship  Green eyes cut the heart without a knife (Vasilii Grossman) I. Introduction:  For a Just Cause or Stalingrad? Outside the circle of people who concern themselves with Grossman’s work … Continue reading

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Truth – Curse of the Woking Classes

Truth – Curse of the Woking Classes Ed Dutton on Murray’s accomplishments Human Diversity: The Biology of Gender, Class, and Race, Charles Murray, New York: Twelve, 2020, reviewed by Dr Edward Dutton When writing Human Diversity, Charles Murray found himself … Continue reading

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E R Dodds, Remembered

E R Dodds, Remembered Rediscovering E R Dodds, Scholarship, Education, Poetry and the Paranormal, edited by C. Stray, C. Pelling and S. Harrison, Pp. 341, OUP, 2019, reviewed by Darrell Sutton “This book originated in a conference on E.R. Dodds held … Continue reading

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Psychopathia Criminalis

Psychopathia Criminalis Richard Lynn, Race Differences in Psychopathic Personality: An Evolutionary Analysis, Augusta, GA: Washington Summit Publishers (In Press), Pp 368., US $ 29.95., reviewed by Evelyn Quinn Professor Richard Lynn, the doyen of differential psychology, is well known for his … Continue reading

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Women’s Legal Landmarks

Women’s Legal Landmarks Women’s Legal Landmarks, ed Erica Rackley and Rosemary Auchmuty, Hart Publishing, 2018, ISBN 978-1-78225-977-0, reviewed by Angela Ellis-Jones This collection of short articles by mainly female authors marks the centenary of 1919, the  year which saw the … Continue reading

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Generation Identity

Generation Identity The Identitarians: the Movement Against Globalism and Islam in Europe, José Pedro Zúquete, 2018, University of Notre Dame Press, reviewed by Ed Dutton José Pedro Zúquete is a Research Fellow at the Social Sciences Institute of Lisbon University. … Continue reading

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Vasilli Grossman, Pilgrim and Prophet

Vasilii Grossman, Pilgrim and Prophet Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations (Jeremiah: 1:5) Editorial note: … Continue reading

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Yes, Intelligence Matters

Yes, Intelligence Matters by Frank Ellis Robert Hutchinson, German Foreign Intelligence from Hitler’s War to the Cold War: Flawed Assumptions and Faulty Analysis, University Press of Kansas, Lawrence Kansas, 2019, notes, bibliography, index, pp. vii-x + pp.1-247, ISBN 978-0-7006-2757-8 According to … Continue reading

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The British Aristocracy, a Retrospect

The British Aristocracy, a Retrospect Entitled: a Critical History of the British Aristocracy, Chris Bryant, 2017, Transworld Penguin, ISBN 9780857523167, reviewed by Monty Skew Chris Bryant is a privately educated, former Anglican priest, once a Conservative Party supporter, who subsequently became MP for the Rhondda, one … Continue reading

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Blessed are the Peacemakers

Blessed are the Peacemakers Lansdowne; The Last Great Whig, Simon Kerry, Unicorn, 398pp, 2017, ISBN  978-1-910787-95-3, reviewed by Angela Ellis-Jones This biography of Lord Lansdowne, one of late Victorian and Edwardian Britain’s most distinguished people, is written by the subject’s … Continue reading

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