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About the ANU

Founded in 1995, the American Nationalist Union is the largest nationalist political organization in the United States. The ANU is not affiliated with any political party; rather it supports individual candidates and third parties which share the same basic outlook. The American Nationalist Union is unabashedly pro-American in outlook. Our monthly newspaper, The Nationalist Times, promotes a common sense, intelligent and passionate alternative to the reigning ideological orthodoxy. America badly needs a united bloc of voters who will vote for those candidates who stand for nationalist principles. It's time to end the fracturing of America's dispossessed majority into hundreds of splinter groups. A united bloc of nationalist Americans can elect a government which will serve the great Middle American core which built America and which still sustains it, but which finds itself today without political representation. Join the ANU today!

 

 

About the ANU

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