The Socialist Wizard of Schenectady

Charles Proteus Steinmetz, a prolific inventor and lifelong socialist, died on this date in 1923. Faced with arrest for his political activities in Germany, Steinmetz emigrated in 1893 to the U.S., where his patents helped build the newly organized General Electric Company into an industrial giant. He fostered the development of alternating current, created artificial […]

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The International Jew vs. White Nationalists

GUILTY (AND PROUD) AS CHARGED An Editorial from the Autumn 2017 issue of Jewish Currents   ON THE DAY after Christmas, 1919, baseball slugger Babe Ruth was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees. The deal was sealed for $100,000 by a theater impresario, Harry Frazee, who had owned the Red Sox […]

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