Category Archives: William Pierce

Sins of My Father: Growing Up with America’s Most Dangerous White Supremacist

William Pierce’s son Kelvin writes in his 2020 biography: * He would fly into sudden violent, volcanic rages, to the point that he even killed the only two living things he truly loved, our sweet Siamese cats. The only time … Continue reading

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The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds

SPLC: Vermont academic Robert S. Griffin has written a fawning biography of America’s late neo-Nazi leader, William Pierce. The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds: An Up-Close Portrait of White Nationalist William Pierce By Robert S. Griffin 1st Books Library, … Continue reading

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Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream by Leonard Zeskind

The author is a Jewish anti-racist campaigner of many decades. His book nonetheless has received plaudits from white nationalists for its fairness. It’s the best book of its kind. From pages 57-58: William Pierce put it squarely. “A morality which … Continue reading

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Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream, by Leonard Zeskind

Here is Evelyn Rich’s story in her own words. She has a PhD from Boston University in Sociology and African-American Studies (with her dissertation on the ideology of the modern KKK). Book review: Blood and Politics, published this May, is … Continue reading

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The Thru-Line From National Review To Revilo Oliver To William Pierce

Robert S. Griffin writes in his biography of William Pierce: Revilo Oliver was one of the founding members of the John Birch Society and wrote a number of pieces for William Buckley’s magazine National Review in its early years. Oliver … Continue reading

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