American Tradition, Family, Property: Fighting the Counter-Revolution

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Revolution and Counter-Revolution

Revolution and Counter-Revolution If anything characterizes our times, it is a sense of pervading chaos in every field of human endeavor. If there is a single book that can shed light amid the postmodern darkness, it is Revolution and Counter-Revolution by Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira. In a masterly display of penetrating Catholic scholarship, this extraordinary Brazilian author and man of action traced the processes of history that have shaped postmodern man.

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The Way of the Cross


Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira’s insightful meditations on the Stations of the Cross, in which he links the episodes of the Passion, to the moral crisis of our days and describes our responsibilities in face of it.

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Defending a Higher Law Now Available Online

Defending a Higher Law Now Available OnlineThe American TFP’s hard-hitting book, Defending a Higher Law, is now available online in pdf format. The work outlines the dangers that the homosexual agenda poses to society, refutes common myths concerning homosexuality and clearly outlines Church teaching on the sin of sodomy.

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Book Online: Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

Since the eighteenth century, generations have been schooled in utopian principles proclaiming total equality as the guarantor of liberty and justice for all. The egalitarian myth of a classless society was proffered as the unquestionable path down which mankind must travel to reach perfect social harmony. This book does much to shatter these myths and provide a Catholic approach to the way society should be structured as seen by the Popes.

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Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

Since the eighteenth century, generations have been schooled in utopian principles proclaiming total equality as the guarantor of liberty and justice for all. The egalitarian myth of a classless society was proffered as the unquestionable path down which mankind must travel to reach perfect social harmony. This book does much to shatter these myths and provide a Catholic approach to the way society should be structured as seen by the Popes.

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