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This is Gary North's oldest newsletter, started in May, 1974.
Remnant Review began as a 4-page, twice-monthly newsletter in 1974. It is an 8-page monthly letter today. Sometimes it is 12 pages. Sometimes longer.
It covers the economy generally, but also politics, Federal Reserve policy, and anything else that might influence the markets.
Beginning in January 2010, the newsletter has been published on GaryNorth.com rather than as a separate neewletter.
This is not a complete collection of the newsletters. The issues posted here are less time-bound than most issues of Remnant Review. They are identified here by topic. They are also posted separately in the category, Special Reports, in the department, Members' Free Manuals.
From Karl Marx to Paul Mason, the Pied Pipers of the end of capitalism and never stop coming. Their arguments never improve. They are always wrong. keep reading
What I am about to describe is real. keep reading
The restoration of America -- and anywhere else -- must start here. Let us begin thinking about this. keep reading
Don't start with a conspiracy theory. Start with good economics. keep reading
What do you trust? What commands your loyalty? We're not in Kansas any longer. keep reading
It exists. No one is supposed to mention this. But there are rival agendas for not mentioning this. keep reading
Stop worrying about totalitarianism. Facebook will prevent it. keep reading
A couple of questions occur to me. Apparently, they have not occurred to reporters. keep reading
Gort, monsters from the id, the terminator: these are the great discontinuities of science fiction. Is this the threat of Moore's law? keep reading
This has been going on for over a century. The parents have surrendered their authority. They have paid to surrender their authority. keep reading
You may ask why I am so hostile to the classical Christian curriculum. Because I learned about it from Van Til and Rushdoony. keep reading
Niall Ferguson has written an important article. If he is correct, we are entering a brave new world of state power. He's wrong. keep reading