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AMERIKA: new right, traditionalists, paleoconservative and deep ecology words

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In 1789, with the French Revolution, it was decided that we could have a leaderless society. In place of kings, we had administrators elected by the people, every vote the same. In place of caste, we had had financial competition. Instead of a nation, we could use political dogma to make a nation-state.

Signs of the decline
A thorny path
Why the rich want to get richer
Altruists hide their selfishness
Interview with Daryl Davis, author of “Klan-Destine Relationships”
Linkpost 06-26-11
Universals do not exist
With a Whimper
The fruit of democracy
Behind the scenes