Barnes Review

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The Barnes Review is a bi-monthly magazine founded in 1994 by the Liberty Lobby.[1] The publication is dedicated to historical revisionism such as Holocaust denial. Willis Carto is closely affiliated with the Review and had earlier founded the Institute for Historical Review in 1979 but lost control of that organization in an internal takeover by former associates.

It is named for Harry Elmer Barnes.[2] Linked with it is a TBR Bookclub promoting revisionist publications on a wide range of subjects. The organization also holds conferences with speakers such as Eustace Mullins and Ted Gunderson.

The Southern Poverty Law Center describes the Barnes Review as "one of the most virulent anti-Semitic organizations around".[3]

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  1. ^ "Willis A. Carto: Fabricating History". Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved 2008-11-17. "The Spotlight announced in August 1994 that Liberty Lobby was launching a new publication devoted to historical revisionism called The Barnes Review (after the 20th century revisionist historian Harry Elmer Barnes)." 
  2. ^ "Willis A. Carto: Fabricating History". Anti-Defamation League. Archived from the original on November 17, 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-17. "The Spotlight announced in August 1994 that Liberty Lobby was launching a new publication devoted to historical revisionism called The Barnes Review (after the 20th century revisionist historian Harry Elmer Barnes)." 
  3. ^ Southern Poverty Law Center: Barnes Review. Retrieved December 28, 2012.

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