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Ezra Pound

America, Roosevelt and the Causes of the Present War (1994)

America, Roosevelt and the Causes of the Present War (1994) by Ezra Pound

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The historical process has been understood at various times, but this understanding on the part of a diligent minority fighting for the public good is again and again thrust down beneath the surface. In 1878 my grandfather said the same things that I’m...

Ezra Pound

Jefferson And Or Mussolini - Fascism As I Have Seen It (1935)

Cover of Jefferson And Or Mussolini - Fascism As I Have Seen It (1935) by Ezra Pound

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Ezra Pound

On the Protocols (1943)

On the Protocols (1943) by Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound, arguably one of America's greatest poets, moved to Italy in 1924 and became involved in the newly regenerated Italy of the time. He soon broadcasted from Fascist Italy during the Second World War. His broadcasts were a mix of politics, personal commentary, anecdotes, and old fashioned wit. These...

Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound Speaking: Radio Speeches of World War II (1978)

Ezra Pound Speaking: Radio Speeches of World War II (1978) by Ezra Pound

This is a collection of 120 radio speeches by the noted American poet Ezra Pound. These controversial radio speeches were given while Pound was an expatriate in Italy during World War Two.

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Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi, 1894-1972

The Totalitarian State Against Man (1938)

Translated by Sir Andrew McFadyean, with an introduction by Wickham Steed

The totalitarian state against man (1938) by Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi

From The Introduction:

Hegel declared, “the ultimate end which has the highest right against the individual, whose highest duty is to be a member of the State ”. This doctrine C...