Bogumil, Excellent, a glimpse into yet another aspect of Pan-Germanic Socialism that has been forgotten and left by the wayside because of Hitlerism. In my descriptions of the German-speaking world on my Blog, I have always referred to it as… Read More ›
New Milestone for “The Fourth Estate”
Today, I am proud to announce that this marks my 1,000th Post on The Fourth Estate. After spending three years on the Blog, I cannot believe that an important milestone has been achieved. I may have maintained a number of… Read More ›
The Third Place: On “Council States” and “Corporate States”
In The Third Place (1st Ed.) as well as The Work-Standard (2nd Ed.), every Entry is written from the position that the nation adopting the Work-Standard is not a “Corporate State.” Unlike the Council State, which represents the political system… Read More ›
Conservative Socialism: On Julius Krein (Pt. II of II)
In another American Conservative publication, American Compass, Julius devoted an article to the question of economic planning within Hamiltonianism. He maintained throughout “Planning for When the Market Cannot” that there will always be a necessity for economic planning in any… Read More ›
‘Left-Hamiltonians’ and ‘Right-Hamiltonians’?
Alright, I finally figured out what should be the theme for next week’s set of posts. Aside from the fact that it has been a while since I last posted anything related to “Thus Spoke Lenin,” it has also been… Read More ›
Political Readings: Digital Library
Today, I am proud to announce the opening stages of building a Digital Library on The Fourth Estate to provide downloadable .pdf copies of various books, treatises, academic journal articles, doctoral dissertations, technical documents, and other materials that is either… Read More ›
Generational Experiences Transcend the Partisan Divide?
The political divide in US politics does not affect younger generations of Americans, namely the Millennials and Generation Z, as much as older generations. From a Hamiltonian Federalist perspective, it is reassuring to know that young people in these United… Read More ›
Update (2 March 2022)
Okay, I am nearly finished with the aforementioned assignment that I mentioned back on Monday. All I have to do now is to go over the whole document and then send it off for review. This shouldn’t take too long,… Read More ›
Conservative Socialism: “Actions Speak Louder than Words!” (Pt. I of II)
Anyone who studied the socio-cultural behaviors of everyday Americans in the US over the past decade will notice a growing “nostalgia” for the 1980s-2000s. What began as “nostalgia for the 1980s” a decade earlier has since become a “nostalgia for… Read More ›
Preview of “Monetary Expansion/Contraction”
The following is the completed copy of the other new Entry exclusive to The Work-Standard (2nd Ed.). It continues the ideas discussed previously in two-part Entries known as “Theories of Value” and “Theories of Money.” Included is an excerpt of… Read More ›
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