The Barnes Review, March/April 1999

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VOLUME V, NUMBER 2


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HUEY LONG’S PLAN TO ‘SHARE OUR WEALTH’

By Huey P. Long. Before he was assassinated, the great populist known as “the Kingfish” laid out his drastic plan to put the multibillion-dollar bankrolls of the super-rich into the service of the American people…

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    The Barnes Review, March-April 1999The Barnes Review, March/April 1999: Huey Long’s Plan to ‘Share Our Wealth’

    VOLUME V, NUMBER 2


    This issue is sold out! We are working on getting this issue online as a PDF file for downloading.

    Table of Contents

    HUEY LONG’S PLAN TO ‘SHARE OUR WEALTH’

    By Huey P. Long. Before he was assassinated, the great populist known as “the Kingfish” laid out his drastic plan to put the multibillion-dollar bankrolls of the super-rich into the service of the American people…

    THE OLD WORLD TRADITION OF ‘NOBILITY’

    By Anthony L. Hargis. Our children may enjoy fanciful fairy tales about beautiful princesses and knights in shining armor, but the Founding Fathers of America felt overwhelmingly that aristocracy and monarchy should never be allowed to take root here. A convincing argument is easy to make…

    HOW THE BRAINWASHING OF GERMANY BEGAN

    By Udo Walendy. A 1945 decree of the “Big Four,” called the London Protocols, formed the basis of the jurisdiction of the victorious powers in postwar Germany. But its insidious principles were directed against the German…

    THE GREAT PATENTS HEIST

    By John Nugent. After World War II, a “mother lode” of 1,500 tons of German patents and research papers was mined at a furious pace by the war’s winners. Find out what technology the Allies stole and how…

    THE QUESTIONABLE ORIGINS OF THE JEWS

    By Alexander Jacob. A review of a book that will serve as a useful tool in deconstructing the myth of Israeli predominance in ancient Palestine, which has fueled the ambitions of orthodox religious leaders and politicians in the modern state of “Israel”…

    THREE ROADS TO THE ALAMO

    By John Tiffany. Davy Crockett, “king of the wild frontier,” was largely a myth; likewise Jim Bowie and his “gleaming blade.” But just as interesting as the tall tales of the Old West is the accurate account of the lives of David Crockett, James Bowie and William Travis. A book review. Plus, the exciting saga of the Alamo as it really happened…

    RACE RELATIONS IN THE ANTE-BELLUM SOUTH

    By Thomas Nelson Page. To judge by the propaganda that today passes for history, you would think the Old South was full of Simon Legrees and Uncle Tom-type oppressed Negroes. Yet, as our distinguished author points out, relations between the races were surprisingly cordial before the War Between the States…

    WHO WAS RIGHT IN THE CIVIL WAR?

    By Geoff Muirden. Dixie was right in believing she had the legal right to secede. She was right in deciding the North had betrayed the ideals of the American Founding Fathers. She was also right in believing the Northern plutocrats would exploit her if they got total control of the South…

    EDWARD VII—MONEYLENDER’S DELIGHT

    By Vivian Bird. Although the son of two of England’s greatest royals (Queen Victoria and Prince Albert), the playboy Prince of Wales who became King Edward VII grew up to be a self-indulgent, lecherous sybarite who literally gambled away his country’s future. Few monarchs have ever served their nation worse…

    H.S. CHAMBERLAIN—MORE GERMAN THAN THE GERMANS

    By Michael Beaver. Englishman Houston Stewart Chamberlain has been described as more German than the Germans themselves. Naturally the writings of this brilliant thinker are now on the officially proscribed index…

    JUSTICE DENIED

    By John Tiffany. One of the blacker pages in our nation’s history tells of how our government dealt with so-called enemy aliens during World War II. As one American boy exclaimed, “Somehow, it just don’t seem right”…

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