Pierce hosted a weekly show, American Dissident Voices, published the internal newsletter National Alliance Bulletin (formerly called Action), and oversaw the publications the National Vanguard magazine (originally titled Attack!), Free Speech and Resistance, as well as books published by his publishing firm National Vanguard Books, Inc. In the past, the organization ran a record label called Resistance Records.
Membership before his death in 2002 was estimated at 2,500 with an annual income of $1 million.
The organization is stated to have been weakened by internal conflicts after Pierce's death in 2002. Some former members formed the National Vanguard organization.
Leftist Wikipedia claims that the organization was disestablished in 2013, despite linking to an official website.