Rudolf Rocker bibliography available

Rudolf Rocker’s Nationalism and Culture offers unmatched insights into the origin, development and influence that the State has had on human culture and freedom Back in 1978 when I republished Rudolf Rocker’s magnificent Nationalism and Culture, I felt that a most useful addition to the 1947 edition would be a comprehensive bibliography to help readers locate other […]

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Ken Burns’s Eulogy on “The War”

Ken Burns’s History–stories that need to be told better! For years I have watched Ken Burns’s PBS documentary-style television shows  on the Civil War, the Roosevelts, and “The War.”  There may have been others, but these come to mind and are sufficient for the matter at hand.  Mr. Burns is a charming story teller, the […]

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A South Dakota Cowboy’s Story

The open range is no longer so open, but there are still cowboys who spend their days horseback–long days herding cattle, mending fences, fixing water tanks and all the other chores that go with horse and saddle.  While he is now retired and a bit beat up from all the years he worked as a […]

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The Janet Reno story, without the cover-up

The other day news flashed across the radio, television and newspapers that former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno of the Clinton years had died.  In somber tones, the story of her accomplishments were retold, generally in a manner that painted her as a tough, no-nonsense advocate of justice.  According to CNN, “former President Bill Clinton […]

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Nationalism and Culture by Rudolf Rocker–an early book review by Merritt Clifton

In sorting through some old newspapers I have collected over the years, I came across a 36-year-old issue of The Book Mart–issue #40, July/August 1980, which contained an review by Merritt Clifton of my publishing of Rudolf Rocker’s classic, Nationalism and Culture.  Those interested in the author or the book may enjoy reading Mr. Clifton’s review which […]

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Rape Culture book by Wendy McElroy

Being a contrarian in today’s “everything must be correct” world isn’t easy.  Guess it never has been, but it seems to me that the pressure to conform, to bow to currently fashionable ideology is strangling open debate in America.  The other day I received a notice about a new book, this by Wendy McElroy, on […]

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