The Barnes Review, November/December 2000

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VOLUME VI, NUMBER 6


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IN DEFENSE OF MONARCHY

By Charles A. Coulombe. America was founded as an independent entity partly because the time had come to separate ourselves from the “Mother Country” of Britain but also because our Founding Fathers were strongly republican—that is, they detested the very institution of hereditary monarchy. In light of this, and in spite of it, is there any justification for a monarchical form of government? According to traditionalist Charles Coulombe, a strong argument can be made in favor of this ancient system…

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    The Barnes Review, November-December 2000The Barnes Review, November/December 2000: In Defense of Monarchy

    VOLUME VI, NUMBER 6


    Table of Contents

    IN DEFENSE OF MONARCHY

    By Charles A. Coulombe. America was founded as an independent entity partly because the time had come to separate ourselves from the “Mother Country” of Britain but also because our Founding Fathers were strongly republican—that is, they detested the very institution of hereditary monarchy. In light of this, and in spite of it, is there any justification for a monarchical form of government? According to traditionalist Charles Coulombe, a strong argument can be made in favor of this ancient system…

    CORNELIU CODREANU: COUNTER-REVOLUTIONARY

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. Never before have the writings of this Romanian patriot on ideology been gathered and presented for the reading audience…

    OPERATION BARBAROSSA & EUROPE’S SURVIVAL

    By Daniel Michaels. Since before World War II, Communism has been a long-standing threat to Europe, and, indeed, to Western civilization. This is the first of three articles in a symposium on Stalin’s intentions and his aggression against the West…

    STALIN’S SECRET WAR PLANS

    By Richard Tedor. No matter how much you may dislike Adolf Hitler, it must be admitted that we owe him a great debt of gratitude for his invasion of the Soviet Union, which prevented the Bolsheviks from overrunning Western Europe—and, quite possibly, the United States…

    FINLAND: THE WINTER WAR OF 1939

    By Stephen Raper. Little Finland fought heroically against Stalin’s attempt, early on in World War II, to take over this thinly populated Scandinavian country, and succeeded in preserving its independence against its gigantic neighbor…

    A REQUIEM FOR “HABEAS CORPUS”

    By David Solan. What can you do when the government unlawfully arrests you and throws you in jail? Since at least as long ago as the 11th century in England, our forefathers have had the right of habeas corpus. But this key right has gradually been repeatedly suspended and whittled away to where there is very little left of it today…

    DEBT-FREE MONEY: ITS LONG & HONORABLE HISTORY

    By John Tiffany. Why is it that money today everywhere in the world is loaned into circulation with a burden of debt attached to it? History shows that many societies, at home and abroad, have been prosperous because they created their money, often not based on any commodity such as precious metals, without any debt…

    BRITISH WAR CRIMES OF WORLD WAR II

    By Vivian Bird. The British like you to think of them as gentlemanly and sportsmanlike, but the behavior of many of their military men, with the collusion of their government, has been disgraceful, in any number of wars. Here we focus on some little-known atrocities during World War II…

    WISCONSIN’S SUNKEN CITY

    By Frank Joseph. Who were the mound builders of ancient Wisconsin? Did they mine copper in the region and send it to Europe for the use of the peoples of the bronze age? Experts who have studied their bones say they were not American Indians. Were they pre-Columbian immigrants from Europe? This seems the likely explanation. Many questions swirl around the mysterious archeological sites of the Badger State…

    THE SPANISH INQUISITION: WAS IT AS BAD AS WE THINK?

    The Spanish Inquisition spread its tentacles of fear everywhere it existed and is frequently cited as one of the worst examples of man’s inhumanity to man. But how does it really stack up in the list of historical horrors, when compared with such gigantic outrages as the half-forgotten Gulag Archipelago, for example?

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