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Enjoy the Decline by Aaron Clarey

Enjoy the Decline by Aaron Clarey 218 pages, CreateSpace, $14 To even the typical half-asleep voter-citizen-consumer the downfall of the West is obvious. The US in the New World and the EU in the Old World represent similar decisions and, with their foundations in liberalism, a shared direction. Both have also chosen to deny reality…

Literary Outlaw: The Life and Times of William S. Burroughs, by Ted Morgan

Literary Outlaw: The Life and Times of William S. Burroughs by Ted Morgan W.W. Norton, 768 pages, $18 Society possesses us, both as individuals obligated to do things, and as iconography. William S. Burroughs for example is a “counter-culture icon,” associated with the beats and the hippies, but also the darker side of counterculture which…

We are… Generation Identity, by Generation Identity

Generation Identity by Generation Identity Arktos, 45 pages, $13 Generation Identity leapt into the public mind when they occupied the top floor of a mosque in Poitiers and took a number of pictures of normal, healthy and unafraid people who clearly believed they were doing what was right. There was not anger or other denial…

BOBOS in Paradise: The New Upper Class and How They Got There, by David Brooks

BOBOS in Paradise: The New Upper Class and How They Got There by David Brooks Simon & Schuster, 284 pages, $11 (2000) The maturation of the “Me Generation” who brought us the shift to liberal-leaning regimes across the West received little coherent exposition before this book. However with BOBOS in Paradise: The New Upper Class…

National-Anarchism: A Reader, edited by Troy Southgate

National-Anarchism: A Reader edited by Troy Southgate 306 pages, Black Front Press (2012), $20 For two centuries people have looked for a way out of the political dichotomy that was created by the French Revolution, which set up the traditionalist party as a necessary opposition to the successful Revolutionaries. The problem with this split was…

A Vindication of Natural Society, by Edmund Burke

A Vindication of Natural Society: A View of the Miseries and Evils Arising to Mankind by Edmund Burke 61 pages, University of Michigan Press, $9 This short volume of Edmund Burke’s is probably not the best introduction to his thought because this small book is a mystery both to its critics and its creator. That…

Generation Identity: A Declaration of War against the ’68ers, by Markus Willinger

Generation Identity: A Declaration of War against the ’68ers by Markus Willinger 103 pages, Arktos, $16 How do you mobilize a large number of people to act against what they’ve been taught is the only “logical” course of action? First, you appeal to that which is (sensibly) beyond logic, emotion and aesthetics. While this book…

Fascism Viewed From the Right, by Julius Evola

Fascism Viewed From the Right by Julius Evola 121 pages, Arktos, $18 Baron Julius Evola is most known for advancing the concept of Traditionalism, or a shared belief in a cosmic order which is perceived in all ancient-style societies, building on the work of Plato, Huxley and Nietzsche. However, this viewpoint inevitably becomes political, because…

Breakfast with the Dirt Cult by Samuel Finlay

Breakfast with the Dirt Cult by Samuel Finlay 318 pages, William P. Watkins, $12 A chronicle of the adventures of an American soldier in Afghanistan, this book contrasts the social impact of feminism, the emotional and moral consequences of liberalism, and the breakdown of society with the quest for raw Nietzschean survival as embodied in…

War and Democracy, by Paul Gottfried

War and Democracy by Paul Gottfried 170 pages, Arktos, $21 We have always been fighting the Revolution. This is the thesis, in a more complex form, of Paul Gottfried’s War and Democracy, a collection of essays centered on the instability of modern liberal democracy after the “end of history,” and how it has launched us…

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