Discussion in 'Burke's Bastion' started by Anarch, Sep 27, 2012.
Fasci di Combattimento
What is Fascism? Gentile, 1925
Fascism-Aristocracy Pellizzi, 1925
The Doctrine of Fascism Mussolini, 1932
Fascist Party Headquarters, Rome 1930s
The Revolt of the Masses is the English translation of José Ortega y Gasset's book La rebelión de las masas. The Spanish original was first published as a series of articles in the newspaper El Sol in 1929 and as a book in 1930; the English translation, first published two years later, was authorized by Ortega. While the published version notes that the translator requested to remain anonymous, more recent editions also record that its US copyright was renewed in 1960 by a Teresa Carey, and the US Copyright Office's published list of US copyright renewals for January 1960 gives the translator as J. R. Carey.
Anything by Anthony Ludovici,
ABC of Reading and Guide to Kulchur by Ezra Pound.
Collected Works of H.L. Mencken (his newspaper articles mostly),
Complete Works of Charles Fort.
Odyssey by Homer,
Life of Johnson by Boswell.
Byline: Ernest Hemingway (his newspaper dispatches, better than his books by far)
Collected works of Mark Twain (two fat volumes of his best stuff) Running Press circa 1981
Anything by Phillip Jose Farmer
....more to come
1984. Lots of parallels with the Progressive Left in governance and social institutions.
Bluto jus' got dis- da 21st o' da series.
The next time you get the "six million Jews" line, point them toward this: