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Also by Michael Lind
Who benefited from the obvious nonsense that became post-Cold War America’s trade, foreign, and federal deficit policies?
How the Foundation-NGO complex quashed innovative thinking and open debate, first on the American right and now on the center-left
We are living in a material world, after all
Having converted their own republic into a borderless credit union, Americans have to borrow other people’s national pride
The U.S. immigration system is a farce—and such small portions!
The iconoclastic gestures of the woke left bear an alarming resemblance to the excesses of the French Revolution
How a trash-talking neoliberal economist harmed America by vilifying strategic trade and industrial policy
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On Replacement Theory
Renaud Camus, whose theory of a ‘great replacement’ is echoed by white nationalists and mass killers, was once a disciple of the literary theorist Roland Barthes
BY BRUNO CHAOUAT
Interview with the former Boy Scout and writer of ‘The Camp of the Saints’
BY MARC WEITZMANN
Why anti-Semitism and conspiratorial theories claiming that ‘Black people are the “real Jews”’ thrive in a time of racial reckoning
BY JOHN-PAUL PAGANO
How fear that a single Jew could transform Western society into a Jewish empire led to a broader anti-Semitism
BY FREDRIC BRANDFON
And how many of them are there, anyway?
BY JAMES AHO
How Jewish obsolescence as described by the early Christian church echoes in contemporary anti-Zionism
BY JON D. LEVENSON
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