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Strauss and Identitarianism

Leo Strauss is an important 20th century thinker on the American Right, particularly the neoconservative movement. He had a very strong Jewish identity, and viewed his philosophy as a means of ensuring Jewish survival in the Diaspora. Strauss believed that … Continue reading

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Letters from an American Farmer, Letter III – What is an American?

In hopes of fostering an American Identitarian movement in the United States, I thought I would share with you this essay. The author is J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur who wrote Letters from an American Farmer back in 1782. In … Continue reading

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The Spinoza Strategy

I just wanted to highlight this brilliant piece written several years ago. I found in the Alternative Right archive over at Radix Journal. Here is the link to the original piece titled The Spinoza Strategy. This is a strategy that we in the ‘alt right’ … Continue reading

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