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Social Doctrine and the Right – Part 2

Family Predates State The foundation of social order is the family, which precedes the State, being a society in microcosm. Consequently, the family has social rights and duties that are independent of the State.1 Private property is the means by…

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What Is to Be done?

The question “What is to be done?” when it is posed by men who are not naturally inclined to revolution, and particularly by men who tend indeed toward respect or reverence for law and order, implies that the socio-political state…

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The Corporatist Answer

When a state descends into chaos and bankruptcy, of either the economic or the moral kind, there can be a reaction by the remaining healthy parts of the people toward regeneration. Oswald Spengler referred in The Decline of the West…

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The Liberal Mirage – Part 2

On the ‘Capitalist’ Most anyone who winds up at the vertices of capitalistic wealth in our day will almost necessarily display certain traits, by which characteristics alone he is able to ‘rise’ in the system to such ‘dizzying heights’ (it…

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The Liberal Mirage – Part 1

It would seem that even the most zealous advocate of democracy today finds himself in the awkward position of having to justify a regime which until only recently he was able in excellent good conscience to take utterly for granted.…

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Sex, Gender and Nature

Gillette, popular producer of shaving supplies, has recently released an advertisement with a moral. Playing off of its long-standing and multivalenced motto, ‘The Best a Man Can Get’,1 Gillette opens with the question: ‘Is this the best a man can…

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The Open Society and Its Enemies – Part 1

There is a telling moment of encounter between the social critique offered by the Deep Right and that offered by the academic left in particular, which, though the two use entirely different terms and language, reveals nonetheless a point of…

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White Identity Politics in Canada

The logical structure of this paper, stated in eight claims, is that: Canada was not a nation of immigrants but a nation built from the ground up by settlers and indigenous Euro-Canadians; The underlying principle of multiculturalism is that most…

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