In 1917, two answers to Russia’s ‘Jewish Question’ swept west and helped transform the world
Self-mutilation as a Jewish cultural strategy and the sad history of the Yevsektsiya
How a political fantasy became an excuse for genocidal anti-Semitism
The French poet saw the coming collapse of civilization. A hundred years later, his ‘The Young Fate’ rings true anew.
America’s greatest Marxist theoretician, Sidney Hook, identified Communism’s catastrophic cultism and the devastating splits it would cause in worldwide labor movements, and yet the Bolshevik mystique endured. Why?
Perpetuating the romance of the Bolshevik regime, whose ‘good intentions’ cannot mask the horrors imposed in its name
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