The Barnes Review, March/April 2000

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VOLUME VI, NUMBER 2


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WOODROW WILSON: AN AMERICAN NERO?

By Michael Collins Piper. Strange high-level, behind-the-scenes forces brought Woodrow Wilson to power, preparing the stage for the disastrous century of U.S. intervention around the globe that followed.

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    The Barnes Review, March-April 2000The Barnes Review, March/April 2000: The ‘Reconquista’: The Making of Woodrow Wilson— An American Nero?

    VOLUME VI, NUMBER 2


    Table of Contents

    WOODROW WILSON: AN AMERICAN NERO?

    By Michael Collins Piper. Strange high-level, behind-the-scenes forces brought Woodrow Wilson to power, preparing the stage for the disastrous century of U.S. intervention around the globe that followed.

    IMPERIALISM IS NOT THE AMERICAN WAY

    By William Jennings Bryan. One hundred years ago, the great Bryan objected to the imperialistic new course Uncle Sam was setting for the American people. Now read Bryan’s objections in his own words.

    SIMON GIRTY & THE RACIAL QUESTION

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. Here’s a fellow who deserves to be better known today for the traitor to his people that he was—the white instigator of atrocities against white men and women perpetrated by the American Indians.

    THE ‘JEWISH SURVIVAL STRATEGY’

    By Dr. Alexander Jacob. California State University-Long Beach Professor Kevin MacDonald has written a scholarly trilogy on the Jewish question and the causes of so-called “anti-Semitism.” Here is a review of his three weighty volumes.

    TESTIMONY PRESENTED AT THE DAVID IRVING TRIAL

    By Dr. Kevin Macdonald. The professor of psychology whose trilogy on the Jews, anti-Semitism and philo-Semitism is presented elsewhere in this issue submitted this testimony as an expert witness in what some are already calling the trial of the century, in which crusading historian David Irving defends his good name against Dr. Deborah Lipstadt and various anti-free speech organizations.

    EARLY HISTORY OF ALBANIA

    By Dr. Ataullah Bogdan Kopanski. Albania is a tiny European nation, and today quite impoverished. Yet this proud land has a surprisingly complex history that reaches back into the dawn of time.

    THE GERMAN AMERICAN BUND

    By G. Wilhelm Kunze. German-American organizations that arose prior to World War II were loyal to the Constitution of the United States. Those who invaded their public meetings and undertook to disrupt them were hooligans, however, encouraged and generally paid by the communists.

    SEDITION THEN AND NOW

    By Ralph Townsend. An American foreign service officer indicted by the Roosevelt administration on “sedition” charges reflects on his ordeal at the hands of a government run amuck.

    EXPERIENCES WITH SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE

    By Karl Otto Braun. National Socialist Germany played a critical part in helping India win independence from Britain. A former German diplomat tells how.

    DISTORTIONS REGARDING H.S. CHAMBERLAIN

    By Edward T. May. To what extent can we rely upon the establishment historians? Not very far, to judge from the way one court historian dealt with an Englishman who strove for peace between England and Germany.

    TRAP SETTERS OF GENEVA

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. Hitler inherited a Germany bankrupt not only financially but in international affairs. Thirteen years after the Treaty of Versailles, Germany was still dragging her convict’s ball and chain, in Geneva, Switzerland.

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