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The Counter-Currents 2020 Fundraiser
The Plymouth 400 Symposium, Weekend Livestreams, & Our $5,000 All-Or-Nothing Matching Grant

The monumental canopy that housed Plymouth Rock from 1867 until 1920.

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Counter-Currents is trying to raise $150,000 this year, and we have made great strides toward that goal since our last update. We have now received 851 donations totaling $135,673.14 for which we are enormously grateful. We are thus $14,326.86 from our goal, which means that, to make our goal, we have to raise more than $1,000/day before our deadline, and two of those days are very hard to compete with, namely Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

Fortunately, one of our generous supporters has offered us a new $5,000 matching grant. Read more …

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Shining Some Light on the Invisible Race

Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial overlooking Gloucester Harbor, Gloucester, Massachusetts (Bronze, 1925)

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The defining characteristic of WASPs is that they are much less ethnocentric than other peoples; indeed for all practical purposes Anglo-Saxon Protestants appear to be all but completely bereft of in-group solidarity. They are therefore open to exploitation by free-riders from other, more ethnocentric, groups. [1]

There is a woeful lack of ethnic consciousness and cohesion among Anglo-Saxons worldwide. Read more …

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William Billings & the Yankee Tunesmiths

Paul Revere’s engraved frontispiece for Billings’ The New England Psalm Singer, 1770.

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The Yankee tunesmiths were a group of composers active in New England in the late 18th century. Most of them were self-taught and made a living as craftsmen or farmers. Many also fought in the Revolutionary War. Their music draws on their British heritage, namely the tradition of English psalmody, but it is also uniquely American. Read more …

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Yankee Wisdom, Yankee Work:
Henry Cabot Lodge & Frederick Winslow Taylor

Phil Eiger Newmann, Journey’s End, 2020.

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On December 18, 1620, the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Bay, on the western part of Cape Cod Bay. They were a small group of people, a mix of Protestant religious fanatics and venture capitalists. They would go on to found an enormously successful society. Read more …

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When the Sons of the Mayflower Struck Back

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Daniel Okrent
The Guarded Gate: Bigotry, Eugenics, and the Law That Kept Two Generations of Jews, Italians, and Other European Immigrants Out of America
New York: Scribner, 2019

The Mayflower arrived at Plymouth 400 years ago this week. This monumental anniversary has largely gone unremembered. In the past, the Plymouth anniversary was a great event that drew our nation’s foremost orators to speak of the glories of America and its settlers. Read more …

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Robert Frost’s “Directive”:
A Quintessential Yankee Poem by New England’s Quintessential Yankee Poet

Puritan-descended poet Robert Frost in the 1910s, about 40 years old. Even his physiognomy was Yankee.

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Discussing Robert Frost’s collection Steeple Bush in the New York Times upon its release in 1947, poet Randall Jarrell devoted the bulk of his review to quoting and summarizing just one poem, “Directive,” saying,

Reading through Frost’s new book one stops for a long time at “Directive. . . .” There are weak places in the poem, but these are nothing . . . Read more …

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How Ellis Islanders Saw Their War Against WASPs

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E. Digby Baltzell
The Protestant Establishment: Aristocracy and Caste in America
New York: Random House, 1964

The WASPs can never get any love. Their power once evoked equal amounts of admiration and resentment in American society. Now they’re just a relic and a punching bag for every other group’s ethnic grievances. Read more …

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