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Dr. Pierce on Necessity of Staying “Legal”

Editorial by Dr. William L. Pierce, National Socialist World journal, Winter 1968:

Revolution & Legality  “In a sense, this essay is a precursor of [Dr. Pierce’s] shift in approach from the National Socialists White Peoples Party to the National Youth Alliance.” -James Harting Two classes of concepts which are fundamentally different in nature, yet often confused, are those having to do with doctrine and those concerned with tactics. The former are independent of changing circumstances and conditions; the latter are strongly dependent on these things. We make an extremely grave error when we treat a doctrinal point as if it were a tactical matter, but we also make a serious error when we assign to some tactical consideration the attributes of a point of doctrine. . . .

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Why Revolution?

From Attack! tabloid, Issue No. 6, 1971

“If, by the instrument of governmental authority, a people is being driven to its destruction, then rebellion is not only the right but the duty of every member of that people.”

DURING TIMES OF SOCIAL DECAY and turmoil, the more responsible members of a society will nearly always be found supporting the constituted authority against the hostile or rebellious actions of disruptive elements. For the truly responsible and prudent citizen takes the long view, and he sees (in the words of the Founding Fathers) that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; that, however grievous may be the defects in any governmental policy or even in any system . . .

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