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Books?

PostMon Sep 14, 2015 7:03 pm

Where can I find his books for a decent price? or is Amazon the only option?
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Re: Books?

PostThu Sep 17, 2015 9:15 pm

There aren't many choices right now. When we fully revive National Vanguard Books, we hope to have several Oliver titles available, but that may take many months.

With all good wishes,

Kevin.
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Re: Books?

PostThu Sep 17, 2015 9:17 pm

That would be wonderful, I guess as for now I can enjoy the articles online.
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Re: Books?

PostFri Sep 18, 2015 11:03 am

Kevin Alfred Strom wrote:There aren't many choices right now. When we fully revive National Vanguard Books, we hope to have several Oliver titles available, but that may take many months.

With all good wishes,

Kevin.

Thanks, Kevin. It's a shame we can't fully revive NVB at this time but there are just too many obstacles, mostly associated in one way or another to inadequate funding. The introduction to the NVB catalog, "Why National Vanguard Books?" was an excellent, stand-alone article for racially conscious bibliophiles, explaining the purposeful, ordered shortcuts in Dr. Pierce's recommended reading list.

This article from a year ago by Andrew Hamilton actually lifted the first three paragraphs from that NVB introduction:
http://www.counter-currents.com/2014/08 ... histories/ and Mr. Hamilton went on in a comment to describe his thought the first time he saw the NVB introduction: “That’s the old college syllabus—radicalized!”

Here are the opening paragraphs to "Why National Vanguard Books?:
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No group of people can hope to regain control of their destiny unless they possess two essential things: the will to survive as a people, and knowledge. The reader who seeks to have a well-guided will must have an unshakable sense of identity: an understanding of who he is and his relationship to the world around him.

This can come only from a broad knowledge of the history of his people. He needs to know their most distant origins, their characteristics, their strengths and weaknesses, and the ways in which they differ from other peoples.

Choosing books that provide such information presents problems of choice and evaluation. Is a given book about history or race or politics worth reading? When several choices are available, which is the best? Some books are essential to a basic understanding of the task facing us as a people. Others are important, but primarily for filling in details.

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We have a stock of the last edition of the NVB catalog (2005). We're considering removing the introduction from those and including with a future monthly NA BULLETIN to our members and supporters because, though the catalog is outdated the introduction is not.

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