RADIX publishes original work on culture, race, tradition, meta-politics, and critical theory.
RADIX has three, interrelated components. It is an online magazine, RadixJournal.com, a biannual print journal, and a publishing imprint.
The Journal and imprint were founded in 2012; RadixJournal.com went live in 2013.
Richard B. Spencer
Publisher and Founder
Ownership and Mission
Both RADIX and RadixJournal.com are published by The National Policy Institute, a corporation based in Virginia.
Radix is a Latin word meaning “root” or “stem.” It is the basis of a number of familiar words in English, including “radish” and “race.” Radix also gives us “radical,” a word which is often abused. The “extremist”—that is, he who takes things too far—is merely excessive. The “radical,” in the true sense of the word, seeks to uncover the heart of the matter; he searches out the source.
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