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Research Aids 3: This Time It's Personal

Posted 27th August 2010 at 23:43 by JazzRemington (Jazz Remington's Holy Mountain)
Updated 10th September 2010 at 17:40 by JazzRemington

A collection of over 100 free ebooks on subjects such science, economics, history, philosophy, etc.

A lengthy bibliography on US labor history.

An annotated bibliography of selected books, articles, and "digital documents" deal with information technology.
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Know the nationalist! Smite the nationalist!

Posted 11th August 2010 at 21:17 by NecroCommie

[FONT=Calibri]Know the nationalist! Smite the nationalist![/FONT]

[FONT=Calibri]Nationalism is a claim[/FONT]
[FONT=Calibri]Nationalism is often attempted to define by itís manifestations. It is said that nationalism is an attempt to bring autonomy to ethnic or cultural groups. Others say that it aims to create a connection between ethnic groups and the state. In itís most extreme form it claims that other ethnic groups are superior in relation to others. Nationalists...
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John Milius

Posted 29th July 2010 at 08:22 by Brother No. 1

Seems the Bastard is at it again with "Homefront" and helping with the producing and directing of "Red Dawn", but this time with the Chinese PLA.

Pretty much, trying to take down two birds. China and the DPRK. I wonder how this fuck out will turn out.
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Rhetoric and Belief

Posted 27th July 2010 at 01:12 by synthesis
Updated 26th October 2013 at 07:18 by synthesis

Spirits, Sorcery & Seditious Superstition:

The Shifting Forms and Static Functions of Rhetorical Tactics

Over the course of history, the principal factors which induce us to believe something, or believe in something, often change in form, but rarely in function. Tendencies underlying the origin and longevity of seemingly ludicrous convictions appear to remain constant over time, setting, and medium, regardless of their individual incarnations.
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Notes on "Feudalism," pt. 2

Posted 25th July 2010 at 21:47 by JazzRemington (Jazz Remington's Holy Mountain)

Several strata of working class during central middle ages (~950AD to ~1300), which were based on land/means of production ownership:

An "upper class" that owned tools and had money to lend to others. Might have been able to buy land from nobility and/or break into nobility (some evidently escaped the bounds of peasantry and became accepted members of nobility). These people declined rapidly around 1000AD, but were still around (albeit in drastically smaller numbers) by...
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