Culture Wars Sept 2019 pdf needed
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Not sure where to place this among threads, but for my research on trad counterculture I need a pdf of Culture Wars 38:9 (Sept. 2019) with Geraldine Comiskey's piece on "Armageddon in the Ould Sod" about paganism revived in today's Ireland. You can PM me if you'd prefer. Thanks.
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Can't you buy it yourself? It's only 4 bucks.
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(11-19-2019, 04:30 PM)Crowe Wrote: Can't you buy it yourself? It's only 4 bucks.

Yeah, I know, but I need the pdf, not the print copy, as the resource.
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Is redistribution allowed?
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(11-19-2019, 08:56 PM)Fionnchu Wrote:
(11-19-2019, 04:30 PM)Crowe Wrote: Can't you buy it yourself? It's only 4 bucks.

Yeah, I know, but I need the pdf, not the print copy, as the resource.

I think all of the back issues are available as pdfs. If you go to https://culturewars.com/volumes-31-40/cw-38-9 and choose to buy, what you're buying is a pdf.
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(11-20-2019, 05:48 PM)VoxClamantis Wrote: I think all of the back issues are available as pdfs. If you go to https://culturewars.com/volumes-31-40/cw-38-9 and choose to buy, what you're buying is a pdf.

Thanks for confirming this. When I visited the CW site, it seemed that back issues were in print, but now that I've been "schooled," I'll order the whole past year, what the hey. Curious how you all at FE regard this gentleman's perspective and outlook. I had vaguely heard of him over the years....that's it.
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(11-20-2019, 10:18 PM)Fionnchu Wrote:
(11-20-2019, 05:48 PM)VoxClamantis Wrote: I think all of the back issues are available as pdfs. If you go to https://culturewars.com/volumes-31-40/cw-38-9 and choose to buy, what you're buying is a pdf.

Thanks for confirming this. When I visited the CW site, it seemed that back issues were in print, but now that I've been "schooled," I'll order the whole past year, what the hey. Curious how you all at FE regard this gentleman's perspective and outlook. I had vaguely heard of him over the years....that's it.

I think Michael E Jones makes some very good points regarding the role of Logos in the development of Western culture and his opposition to the influence of Jewish elites on religious grounds.

I, too, didn't realize I was buying a .pdf when I ordered issue 38-10 on Bertrand Russell, which I found to be a great rebuttal to the libertine philosopher of the early 20th century.
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In general I like EM Jones.  I can't say I agree with him on everything but there are very few people I can say that about.  The three great interesting thinkers of this era (in my opinion)  are Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson,  Michael Hoffman and E.Michael Jones.
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