Ellen Wayland-Smith - Oneida: From Free Love Utopia to the Well-Set Table
Uell Stanley Anderson - Three Magic Words
Kerry Bolton - Yockey: A Fascist Odyssey
I've finished the sections of the first book that interest me and am doing the same for the latter. Not to get too political, but I'd like the Yockey book better if the author would quit adding his political commentary and citing spurious sources regarding his views on WWII. I find the subject an interesting figure, even if I disagree with his views on a ton of things.
Lately I've been reading just for the sake of learning things that interest me and not just reading all the way through books just to check them off a mental list of things I've read.
I had no idea that there was a second Yurope book.
In retrospect, I found it much more enjoyable than The Lord of the Rings.
I've been meaning to check him out. He seems like a dickhead, albeit an intelligent one with some good ideas.