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Note: CARLITO'S WAY is the closest thing to a Passion Play in the Gangster genre. If ever a gangster movie was made for the Easter Season, this is it. No wonder it was voted by the French film journal Cahier du Cinema as the best film of the 1990s. Though France has long been secular,... Read More
Even though Francis Fukuyama has become a butt of jokes and punching bag for many commentators, it is understandable why he arrived at such a thesis. And it should be noted what he meant by ‘history’. He didn’t mean history as most of us understand it: political back and forth, big events, triumphs and tragedies.... Read More
During our VDARE.com Book Club discussion on The Bonfire of the Vanities, Steve Sailer argued that the book wasn’t the quintessential American novel. [Join the Book Club here, and listen to part of it below.]
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The Plymouth 400 Symposium
There is a woeful lack of ethnic consciousness and cohesion among Anglo-Saxons worldwide. In a groundbreaking essay published in 1980, John Tyndall, former head of the British National Party, defined the Anglo-Saxon ethnos as consisting of the English, Scots, Welsh, Anglo- and Scots-Irish communities and their counterparts in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, and... Read More
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Robert Redford’s 1994 film Quiz Show tells the story of the Twenty-One game show scandal of the late 1950s. Featuring a superbly literate and psychologically subtle script and outstanding performances by Ralph Fiennes, Paul Scofield, John Turturro, and Rob Morrow, Quiz Show dramatizes important moral issues and explores the corrupting force of television in American... Read More
It's always stimulating to discover a quality writer you didn't know before. For a conservative, it's doubly stimulating if the discoveree is of the same persuasion. And in an age when the middlebrow novel is as close to extinction as … well, as the Book of the Month Club, a conservative middlebrow novelist is water... Read More
[Some readers took marked exception to Scott McConnell's suggestion that America's current immigration impasse is partly due to Jewish immigration enthusiasm. But hey, VDARE is an Equal Opportunity ethnic slurrer. Now it's the Protestants' turn.] A major reason Republicans continue to jabber about outreach, and are paralyzed in the face of America's developing immigration disaster,... Read More
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