Originally a conservative, Professor Revilo Oliver became an intellectual leader of racialists with a trenchant pen and large following. This collection of popular essays - primarily from 1955-1966, when the postwar struggle for America's soul was at its highest - shows that the conservative cause was inherently not only a lost cause but an unworthy one.
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Dr. Revilo Pendleton Oliver, Professor of the Classics at the University of Illinois for 32 years, was a scholar of international distinction who has written articles in four languages for the most prestigious academic publications in the United States and Europe. His first book was a copiously annotated translation from the Sanskrit (Mrcchakatika, the Little Clay Cart, Urbana, 1938).
During World War II, Dr. Oliver was Director of Research in a highly secret agency of the War Department, and was cited for outstanding service to his country.
One of the very few academicians who has been outspoken in his opposition to the progressive defacement of our civilization, Dr. Oliver has long insisted that the fate of his countrymen hangs on their willingness to subordinate their doctrinal differences to the tough but idealistic solidarity which is the prerequisite of a Majority resurgence.
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