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Equality by Starvation

Within three months we become emaciated. The extremities turn thin but the bellies are bloated. On less nourishment than the daily intake of 1600 calories, the process commences earlier. Next we become lethargic and tire easily. Sometimes we are capable of bursts of violent rage as we frantically search for anything edible. In fact, we…

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Born to Conservatism

A few of us are born to conservatism. Even before we can reason properly, we are fortified by Faith. Our path smoothed by our parents’ love and toil, we glide into the passageways of the age-sanctified custom and prescription. On our grandmother’s lap we relive the trials and triumphs of our family; there is no…

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A Case for Integration

To cherish our distinct roots and traditions as complimentary of the national culture is profoundly conservative.  To use our origin and heritage as incriminatory of the present national community is insidiously revolutionary. The conservative attitude helps us celebrate E Pluribus Unum, while the revolutionary tackle breaks up One into Many. In other words, it is…

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American Communism Revealed

After the Bolshevik takeover in 1917, the American right began to quarrel about Communism with the domestic left. Without appropriate documents, the right could not prove its anti-Communist charges. Consequently, the left jeered at the right for the latter’s alleged paranoia. The left was able to depict anti-Communism as an assault on American liberties. From…

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Banking on Reagan

Rarely, if ever, do publications originating from an illegal political underground movement deviate from the uniform propagandistic form. However, a few organizations dare to reveal candid debates and internal disagreements among their leadership. One such case is found in a collection of unorthodox interviews with the top seven leaders of Poland’s Solidarity trade union. Compiled…

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Slave to Prejudice

A scholar or a journalist endeavors to sway the reader through a variety of approaches. Politically, the most sophisticated tackle is to castigate through praising. Under the guise of applauding his subject, the writer, in fact, censures it. Arguably the most prevalent style is fake impartiality, where the writer feigns objectivity. While suavely manipulating the…

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An Environmental Battleground: Eco-Politics in Poland

The capitalist West, and in particular Western corporations, are generally blamed for environmental degradation. Yet, as Dr. Chodakiewicz shows in this article, it was the communists who presided over the greatest pollution of the environment in history. Moreover, Dr. Chodakiewicz demonstrates, it was only the collapse of communism that allowed the Poles to clean up…

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Cultural Diplomacy: A Multi-Faceted Strategic Asset of Soviet Power

In PDF format:  Cultural Diplomacy: A Multi-Faceted Strategic Asset of Soviet Power One of the most potent yet grossly underestimated capabilities of Soviet political power is the Kremlin’s large array of instruments of cultural diplomacy. The use of culture has a long tradition in Soviet foreign policy, which stems from Leninist principles on the importance…

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