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White Identity

Author : Jared Taylor
ISBN : 1920128107
Genre : Race awareness
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"In White Identity, Taylor systematically marshals the data to show that: People of all races pay lip service to the ideal of integration but generally prefer to remain apart. Study after scientific study suggests that racial identity is an inherent part of human nature. Diversity of race, language, religion, etc. is not a strength for America but a source of chronic tension and conflict. Non-whites--especially blacks and Hispanics but now even Asians--openly take pride in their race and put group interests ahead of those of the country as a whole. Only whites continue to believe that it is possible or even desirable to transcend race and try to make the United States a nation in which race does not matter. Taylor argues that America must reassess dated assumptions, and that we need policies based on a realistic understanding of race, not on fantasies. Most provocatively, Taylor argues that whites must exercise the same rights as other groups--that they must be unafraid of considering their own legitimate interests. He concludes by warning whites that if they do not defend their interests they will be marginalized by groups that do not hesitate to assert themselves, numerically and culturally. The culmination of 25 years of writing about race, immigration, and America's future, this is Jared Taylor's best and most complete statement of why it is vitally important for whites to defend their legitimate group interests"--Amazon.com.
Category: Race awareness

White Identity

Author : Jared Taylor
ISBN : 0965638391
Genre : Race awareness
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"Ten years in the making, this book is the sequel to Jared Taylor's seminal Paved With Good Intentions. In White Identity, Taylor systematically marshals the data to show that: People of all races pay lip service to the ideal of integration but generally prefer to remain apart. ; Study after scientific study suggests that racial identity is an inherent part of human nature. ; Diversity of race, language, religion, etc. is not a strength for America but a source of chronic tension and conflict. ; Non-whites--especially blacks and Hispanics but now even Asians--openly take pride in their race and put group interests ahead of those of the country as a whole. ; Only whites continue to believe that it is possible or even desirable to transcend race and try to make the United States a nation in which race does not matter. Taylor argues that America must reassess dated assumptions, and that we need policies based on a realistic understanding of race, not on fantasies. Most provocatively, Taylor argues that whites must exercise the same rights as other groups--that they must be unafraid of considering their own legitimate interests. He concludes by warning whites that if they do not defend their interests they will be marginalized by groups that do not hesitate to assert themselves, numerically and culturally. The culmination of 25 years of writing about race, immigration, and America's future, this is Jared Taylor's best and most complete statement of why it is vitally important for whites to defend their legitimate group interests."--amazon.com
Category: Race awareness

A Race Against Time

Author : George McDaniel
ISBN : UOM:39015060052522
Genre : Social Science
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What does the future hold for the West? Must our civilization give way before waves of Third-World newcomers? It is increasingly clear that race and civilization cannot be separated, that only the people who created a culture can sustain it. If immigration changes the face of America-and of Europe-nothing else will remain unchanged. This collection of articles from American Renaissance magazine explains why Western man can save himself and his heritage only by returning to a better understanding of race-an understanding now reviled as heresy.
Category: Social Science

Paved With Good Intentions

Author : Jared Taylor
ISBN : 0965638340
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This is the book that established Jared Taylor as an expert and commentator on race relations. The publishers of American Renaissance have reprinted this classic with a new preface for the 2004 edition by Jared Taylor.Why read a book that first appeared in 1992? There are two reasons. First, it is still an eye-opening account of a series of terrible mistakes we have made with regard to one of the most sensitive and difficult aspects of our nations history. Some of the characters in Americas continuing racial drama have changed since 1992, but a surprising number have not, and the empty sloganeering that passes for public discourse has slackened only a little. The second reason to read this book is less important but of a certain historical interest. In its own modest way, Paved With Good Intentions was part of a steady evolution in what it is permitted to say about race in the American mainstream.
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Shadows Of The Rising Sun

Author : Jared Taylor
ISBN : UCAL:B4519946
Genre : History
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An expert on Japanese social mores and business practices demonstrates the futility in applying Japanese principles to American business, basing his argument on social, corporate, cultural, and psychological grounds
Category: History

Why Race Matters

Author : Michael Levin
ISBN : 0965638359
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Philosopher Michael Levin has delivered one of the most authoritative and incisive treatises on the importance of race ever written. Why Race Matters is must reading for anyone interested in the debates on race, IQ, crime, welfare, affirmative action, and multiculturalism. Levin cross-examines the statistical data, psychological test scores, and behavioral genetic analyses, brilliantly illuminating the logical pitfalls and stumbling blocks in so much of what has been written on the subject. His powerful logic digs deep and his courageous inferences vault forward. Levin seems to be always bang on target. -- J. Philippe Rushton, University of Western OntarioProf. Michael Levin?s analytical tour de force differs uniquely from other books dealing with racial differences. Levin views the various complex arguments regarding the reality and nature of race and race differences, not from any of the typical specialized viewpoints of anthropology, education, evolution, genetics, psychology, or sociology, or from any social or political ideology, but from the sweeping vantage point of the philosophy of science. Levin?s impressive technical mastery of the subject is evinced in his book?s amazingly broad and detailed scope and analytical depth. But what I consider the most valuable and exciting feature of Levin?s treatment of every facet of the race issue is the consistent critical stance his incisive intellect brings to every aspect, based entirely on his keen understanding of the philosophy of science. It is definitely a ?must read? for all serious students of this subject.-- Arthur R. Jensen, U.C. BerkeleyWhy Race Matters does exactly what the title promises?it removes all illusions about the insignificance of race, and explains what racial differences mean for a multiracial society. It is a thorough, overwhelmingly convincing treatment of America?s most serious and least understood problem. -- Jared Taylor, editor, American Renaissance
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Essential Writings On Race

Author : Samuel T. Francis
ISBN : 0965638375
Genre : Social Science
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My Awakening

Author : David Ernest Duke
ISBN : 1892796007
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Race And Reason

Author : Carleton Putnam
ISBN : 1388225336
Genre : History
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First published in 1961, this was the first major book to address race and racial differences in a calm, educated and sophisticated manner just as the "Civil Rights" revolution began sweeping America and overturning the established order. Written by one of America's most successful businessmen-the founder and president of Delta Airlines-Race and Reason is a question and answer format book dealing with race, racial differences, and which answers every liberal argument-and counter argument-with passion, reason, compassion and intellect. It addresses the issues of physical, mental and psychological racial differences, backed up with meticulous research, statistics and analysis-and proves conclusively that integration can only lead to the harming of all races, and the destruction of Western European civilization in particular. "Unquestionably a major common denominator of fallacy in the many-sided equalitarian ideology was the suppression of the truth concerning the genetic foundation of life. We saw this truth around us every day, in the color of our children's eyes, in the structure of their bones, in the cast of their countenances, in the qualities of mind and heart that paralleled these elements, yet trance-like we clung to the belief that it did not exist. "Genetic racial limitations should have been as clear as crystal. All history taught it. All free science confirmed it. Few but a patently self-serving minority of trained investigators contested it. Yet the leading nation of the free world embraced the fallacy, used its influence in foreign affairs in support of it, and corrupted its own people in its name."-From the conclusion.
Category: History

White Trash

Author : Nancy Isenberg
ISBN : 9780670785971
Genre : History
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"A history of the class system in America from the colonial era to the present illuminates the crucial legacy of the underprivileged white demographic, citing the pivotal contributions of lower-class white workers in wartime, social policy, and the rise of the Republican Party"--NoveList.
Category: History