88 Precepts

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88 Precepts is an essay or manifesto written by David Lane, a member of the white nationalist revolutionary organization The Order. Written while Lane was serving a 190-year prison sentence, 88 Precepts is a guide for securing, protecting, preserving and establishing a white society,[1] and is an expansion upon Lane's own Fourteen Words. 88 Precepts is commonly used by white supremacy groups and those who advocate white nationalism and separatism.[2]

The number "88" is also used by neo-Nazis to represent "Heil Hitler", as "H" is the eighth letter of the alphabet.

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  1. ^ Anti-Defamation League, David Lane, retrieved 2007-09-29 
  2. ^ Rider, Sarah, Tolerating Intolerance: Resisting the Urge to Silence Student Opinion in the Writing Classroom, retrieved 2007-09-29 

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