October 7, 2010
Remember McGuffey’s Readers? It is estimated that at least 120 million copies were sold between 1836 and 1960. And, still selling 30,000 copies a year, another 15 million would have been sold in the 50 years since. William Holmes McGuffey, born of a Scottish family that came to America in 1774, created this amazing series. We talk about it in the October 7, 2010 Jamie Kelso Show. We also talk about the 291 issues of Instauration magazine, spanning 25 years, which Kelso describes as constituting their own sort of McGuffey’s Readers of our White nationalist cause. The January 1979 issue, just put online by Kelso today, provides articles for the second half of today’s show, especially Cholly Bilderberger’s “Inside Out” column here. Kelso promises to have the next issue, February 1979, online for VOR listeners by the time this program is archived.
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