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  1. [+]
    All the News That Fits (Review)
    Journalism for the new America.
    1. Coloring the News by William McGowan
    American Renaissance, February 2002, pp. 8-11
  2. [+]
    All You Need to Know About White People (Review)
    Exploring the outer limits of black racial thinking.
    1. The Isis Papers by Frances Cress Welsing
    American Renaissance, September 1997, pp. 7-9
  3. [+]
    An America Without Americans (Review)
    A remarkable new study of the prospects for the American nation.
    1. America Balkanized by Brent A. Nelson
    American Renaissance, August 1994, pp. 6-10
  4. [+]
    The American Crime Factory (Review)
    A geneticist's case for the environmental contribution to rising crime rates.
    1. The Antisocial Personalities by David T. Lykken
    American Renaissance, August 1996, pp. 9-10
  5. [+]
    The Anatomy of Ethnic Conflict (Review)
    Finally, a scientific look at "diversity."
    1. Ethnic Conflicts Explained by Ethnic Nepotism by Tatu Vanhanen
    American Renaissance, June 2002, pp. 9-12
  6. [+]
    The Animal in the Man (Review)
    Current assumptions about the nature of man are based as much on ideology as on research.
    1. In Search of Human Nature by Carl N. Degler
    American Renaissance, September 1991, p. 4
  7. [+]
    The Animal in the Man (Review)
    How a determined minority can thwart science.
    1. Defenders of the Truth by Ullica Segerstrale
    American Renaissance, September 2000, pp. 7-9
  8. [+]
    Assault on The Bell Curve (Review)
    The view that genes don't matter.
    1. Inequality by Design by Claude S. Fischer, Michael Hout, and Martin Sanchez Jankowski, ...
    American Renaissance, January 1997, pp. 5-7
  9. [+]
    The Australian Immigration Crisis (Review)
    A mirror image of our own crisis
    1. The Howard Legacy by Peter Wilkinson
    American Renaissance, January 2008, pp. 7-9
  10. [+]
    Bad Medicine (Review)
    Fighting "injustice" rather than disease.
    1. PC, M.D. by Sally Satel, M.D.
    American Renaissance, April 2001, pp. 6-8
  11. [+]
    Black Insurrection (Review)
    The plot to exterminate the people of Charleston
    1. Denmark Vesey by David M. Robertson
    American Renaissance, August 2000, pp. 5-6
  12. [+]
    Black Magic (Review)
    A cautious but useful endorsement of racial differences.
    1. Taboo by Jon Entine
    American Renaissance, February 2000, pp. 7-9
  13. [+]
    The Black-Jewish Alliance (Review)
    Why it arose and why it fell apart
    1. Troubling the Waters by Cheryl Lynn Greenberg
    American Renaissance, August 2006, pp. 8-10
  14. [+]
    Blood and Soil (Review)
    The world-wide struggle for ethnic dominance.
    1. The Demographic Struggle for Power by Milica Zarkovic Bookman
    American Renaissance, December 1997, pp. 7-8
  15. [+]
    Book Review Article (Review)
    A New Perspective of Race
    1. Race: The Reality of Human Differences by Vincent Sarich and Frank Miele
    The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Summer 2004, pp. 243-252
  16. [+]
    Brilliant to Bogus (Review)
    A real variety of views on immigration
    1. Debating Immigration by Carol M. Swain
    American Renaissance, June 2008, pp. 6-10
  17. [+]
    Build the State, Destroy the Nation (Review)
    A deeply subversive study of the laws of nationhood.
    1. Ethnonationalism: The Quest for Understanding by Walker Connor
    American Renaissance, March 1997, pp. 8-10
  18. The Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism (1839)
    A Brief Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Wesleyan Metho...
  19. [+]
    The Chemistry of Human Differences (Review)
    What testosterone does to men and women.
    1. Heroes, Rogues, and Lovers by James McBride Dabbs and Mary Godwin Dabbs
    American Renaissance, July 2001, pp. 8-9
  20. [+]
    The Children's Crusade (Review)
    School integration has been 30 years of wasted effort.
    1. Forced Justice by David J. Armor
    American Renaissance, December 1995, pp. 6-9
  21. Christian Biography (1853)
  22. [+]
    Christianity Turns Brown (Review)
    "Medieval" Christianity is sweeping the Third World.
    1. The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins
    American Renaissance, October 2002, pp. 6-9
  23. [+]
    Civil Rights, Civil Wrongs (Review)
    The astonishing story of how the courts turned "civil rights" into racial preferences.
    1. Civil Rights Under Reagan by Robert R. Detlefsen
    American Renaissance, July 1992, pp. 4-7
  24. [+]
    Closed Minds are an Open Book (Review)
    Good data, wrong conclusion.
    1. Strangers Among Us by Roberto Suro
    American Renaissance, August 1998, pp. 7-8
  25. [+]
    The Coming White Serfdom (Review)
    Race and sex quotas are a return to feudalism.
    1. The New Color Line by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton
    American Renaissance, April 1996, pp. 7-8
  26. [+]
    Common Sense Uncommonly Well Put (Review)
    Why immigrants should stay home
    1. The New Case Against Immigration by Mark Krikorian
    American Renaissance, November 2008, pp. 9-12
  27. Curiosities of the Pulpit (1868)
    And Pulpit Leterature, Memorabilia, Anecdotes, [etc.], of Celebrated Preacher...
  28. [+]
    The Decline of the Best (Review)
    An analysis of our era's most dangerous illusion: that genes have no effect on human be...
    1. The Decline of Intelligence in America by Seymour W. Itzkoff
    American Renaissance, February 1996, pp. 5-7
  29. [+]
    Decline of the West (Review)
    How the British destroyed Britain
    1. The Abolition of Britain by Peter Hitchens
    American Renaissance, May 2001, pp. 9-11
  30. [+]
    The Descent of Man (Review)
    A landmark study of a growing problem.
    1. Dysgenics by Richard Lynn
    American Renaissance, April 1997, pp. 6-8
  31. [+]
    DNA Fingerprints (Review)
    Science tightens the net on criminals, but O.J. Simpson got away (the first time).
    1. And the Blood Cried Out by Harlan Levy
    American Renaissance, December 1996, p. 8
  32. [+]
    The Doctor in Spite of Himself (Review)
    An astonishing tale of misbehavior and the cover-up that followed.
    1. Martin Luther King Jr. Plagiarism Story by Theodore Pappas
    American Renaissance, April 1994, pp. 5-6
  33. [+]
    Documenting the Decline (Review)
    What's happening to California.
    1. The California Cauldron by William A.V. Clark
    American Renaissance, January 2000, pp. 7-8
  34. Don't Tread on Me
    The quarterly for soldiers (and civilians) who think.
    American Renaissance, September 1996, pp. 7-8
  35. [+]
    To the Edge of the Precipice (Review)
    A black man's remarkable racial insights
    1. White Guilt by Shelby Steele
    American Renaissance, May 2007, pp. 8-11
  36. Elements of Theoretical Mechanics (1827)
    Being the Substance of a Course of Lectures on Statics
  37. [+]
    The End of Racism? (Review)
    An attack on racism that is really a defense.
    1. The End of Racism by Dinesh D'Souza
    American Renaissance, November 1995, pp. 3-5
  38. [+]
    England Invaded (Review)
    How easy is it to turn men into serfs?
    1. Saki by H.H. Munro
    American Renaissance, December 2001, pp. 8-9
  39. [+]
    Facing the Gorgon (2 Reviews)
    Two authors write about biology and intelligence without being turned to stone.
    1. The Road to Equality by Seymour W. Itzkoff
    2. America's Bimodal Crisis by Stanley Burnham
    American Renaissance, April 1993, pp. 6-7
  40. [+]
    The Fight Against Integration (Review)
    Segregation did not fall without a fight
    1. Science for Segregation by John P. Jackson, Jr.
    American Renaissance, March 2006, pp. 7-10
  41. [+]
    The Folly of the Welfare State (Part II) (Review)
    A New Morality from Science, by Raymond B. Cattell
    1. A New Morality from Science by Raymond B. Cattell
    American Renaissance, March 1991, pp. 5-7
  42. [+]
    From Workhouse to Welfare (Review)
    The generosity of Americans has been badly misdirected.
    1. The Tragedy of American Compassion by Marvin Olasky
    American Renaissance, September 1992, pp. 6-7
  43. [+]
    Fruits of an Unfettered Mind (Review)
    The philosophy of conservatism.
    1. The Last Philosopher by John V. Day and Anthony Ludovici
    American Renaissance, March 2004, pp. 7-9
  44. [+]
    The Future of an Illusion (Review)
    Never give up trying to achieve the impossible.
    1. By the Color of Our Skin by Leonard Steinhorn and Barbara Diggs-Brown
    American Renaissance, July 1999, p. 11
  45. [+]
    The Global Bell Curve (Review)
    Uncommon sense on wealth and poverty.
    1. IQ and the Wealth of Nations by Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen
    American Renaissance, December 2002, pp. 5-7
  46. [+]
    Good Reasons, Bad Reasons, or No Reasons at All (Review)
    A remarkable book that explains why all antidiscrimination laws should be repealed.
    1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    American Renaissance, March 1993, pp. 5-6
  47. [+]
    A Government of Wolves (Review)
    The tyrannical rule of the U.S. Supreme Court.
    1. Judicial Dictatorship by William J. Quirk and R. Randall Bridwell
    American Renaissance, September 1995, pp. 5-6
  48. [+]
    Halting the Flow (2 Reviews)
    Two more excellent new books on immigration.
    1. Immigration and the American Identity by Thomas Fleming
    2. Importing Revolution by William R. Hawkins
    American Renaissance, August 1995, pp. 7-8
  49. [+]
    Having it Both Ways (Review)
    A black professor's solution to the race problem.
    1. Integration or Separation? by Roy L. Brooks
    American Renaissance, May 1997, pp. 7-8
  50. [+]
    Heart of Darkness (Review)
    A portrait of the African mind.
    1. Alice Lakwena and the Holy Spirits by Heike Behrend and Mitch Cohen
    American Renaissance, May 2003, pp. 8-10
  51. [+]
    Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense (Review)
    Defamatory material from the Anti-Defamation League.
    1. Danger: Extremism by Alan M. Schwartz
    American Renaissance, July/Aug. 1997, pp. 14-15
  52. [+]
    How Preferences Really Work (Review)
    A lesson for us---and for the French
    1. The Affirmative Action Hoax by Steven Farron
    American Renaissance, January 2006, pp. 12-15
  53. [+]
    How the South Was Won (Review)
    Andrew Jackson's policy of Indian removal.
    1. Andrew Jackson and His Indian Wars by Robert V. Remini
    American Renaissance, December 2001, pp. 5-7
  54. [+]
    How the White Ethnics Assimilated (Review)
    Race deniers get in a muddle again
    1. Working Toward Whiteness by David R. Roediger
    American Renaissance, April 2006, pp. 7-9
  55. [+]
    How They Got the Vote (Review)
    Granting the franchise to blacks, women, paupers, and teen-agers.
    1. The Right to Vote by Alexander Keyssar
    American Renaissance, August 2001, pp. 8-11
  56. [+]
    How to Rear Children (Review)
    Some Americans---guess who?---still marry
    1. Marriage and Caste in America by Kay S. Hymowitz
    American Renaissance, October 2007, pp. 6-8
  57. How Well Will Americans Fight Next Time?
    American Renaissance, January 1991, p. 4
  58. [+]
    How Whites Stack up (Review)
    An ambition report describes what we face
    1. The State of White America---2007 by Nicholas Stix
    American Renaissance, August 2007, pp. 9-11
  59. [+]
    Ignoble Savages (Review)
    Waging total war with limited means.
    1. War Before Civilization by Lawrence H. Keeley
    American Renaissance, January 1998, pp. 5-6
  60. [+]
    Immigration: The Debate Becomes Interesting (Review)
    A mainstream author and publisher finally raise the subject of race.
    1. Alien Nation by Peter Brimelow
    American Renaissance, July 1995, pp. 7-8
  61. [+]
    The Impending Betrayal of Europe (Review)
    Why Turkey must not join the European Union
    1. A Bridge Too Far by Philip Claeys and Koen Dillen
    American Renaissance, March 2009, pp. 11-13
  62. [+]
    The Importance of Group Evolution (Part III) (Review)
    A New Morality from Science, by Raymond B. Cattell
    1. A New Morality from Science by Raymond B. Cattell
    American Renaissance, April 1991, pp. 4-6
  63. [+]
    Improving on Nature (Review)
    What genetic engineering could mean for our species.
    1. Remaking Eden by Lee Silver
    American Renaissance, June 1998, pp. 8-9
  64. [+]
    In Defense of Eugenics (Review)
    The high-stakes race for a better future.
    1. Eugenics by Richard Lynn
    American Renaissance, November 2001, pp. 9-12
  65. The Institutions of Christianity (1868)
    Exhibited in Their Scriptural Character and Practical Bearing
  66. [+]
    Integration...Disintegration (Review)
    A scrupulously researched account of how the public schools were wrecked in the name of...
    1. The Burden of Brown by Raymond Wolters
    American Renaissance, July 1993, pp. 4-7
  67. [+]
    Irrefutable Arguments (Review)
    The perfect book for waverers
    1. The Immigration Solution by Heather Mac Donald, Victor Davis Hanson, and Steven Malanga, ...
    American Renaissance, August 2008, pp. 8-10
  68. [+]
    Is Europe Doomed? (Review)
    A book of acute observations and bad conclusions
    1. The Last Days of Europe by Walter Laqueur
    American Renaissance, September 2007, pp. 9-13
  69. "Jungles and Savages"
    A first-rate account of the European conquest of Africa.
    American Renaissance, December 1998, pp. 5-7
  70. [+]
    The Law is an Ass (Review)
    The legal tar baby of "civil rights."
    1. Right Turn by Raymond Wolters
    American Renaissance, September 1999, pp. 5-8
  71. [+]
    Let's Hate America (Review)
    And let's teach our children to hate America, too.
    1. Racist America by Joe R. Feagin
    American Renaissance, January 2001, pp. 7-10
  72. [+]
    Life Along the Fault Line (Review)
    An unblinking look at racial friction in an American city.
    1. Streetwise by Elijah Anderson
    American Renaissance, February 1993, pp. 5-7
  73. The Life of John Goodwin (1872)
    Comprising an Account of His Opinions and Writings ...
  74. The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley (1841)
    Comprising a Review of His Poetry, Sketches of the Rise and Progress of Metho...
  75. [+]
    Light on the Dark Continent (Review)
    An eminent scholar sums up a lifetime of study.
    1. The African Experience by Roland Oliver
    American Renaissance, October 1992, pp. 5-7
  76. [+]
    The Long Retreat (Review)
    Strom Thurmond's political career and the capitulation of the South
    1. Strom Thurmond and the Politics of Southern Change by Nadine Cohodas
    American Renaissance, July 1994, pp. 5-7
  77. [+]
    Making Sense of the Past (Review)
    History in light of race and IQ
    1. Understanding Human History by Michael H. Hart
    American Renaissance, December 2007, pp. 8-11
  78. [+]
    Mexico Moves North (Review)
    Mexican immigrants meet American politics.
    1. Mexican Americans: The Ambivalent Minority by Peter Skerry
    American Renaissance, January 1994, pp. 6-7
  79. [+]
    The Mind of the Chinese (Review)
    Our rival in the new century?
    1. Hegemon by Steven W. Mosher
    American Renaissance, February 2001, pp. 7-8
  80. [+]
    The Mind of the White Man (Review)
    What has caused our decline?
    1. From Dawn to Decadence by Jacques Barzun
    American Renaissance, December 2000, pp. 5-7
  81. [+]
    Miscegenation (Review)
    White opposition to inter-marriage.
    1. "Miscegenation" by Elise Lemire
    American Renaissance, November 2003, pp. 6-9
  82. More on Jane Elliott
    American Renaissance, September 2007, p. 8
  83. [+]
    Not in our Stars but in our Genes (Review)
    Morality may be nothing more than an evolutionary strategy.
    1. The Moral Animal by Robert Wright
    American Renaissance, April 1995, pp. 5-7
  84. [+]
    On the Trail of the Great Taboo, Part II (Review)
    The IQ Controversy: The Media, and Public Policy, by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman
    1. The IQ Controversy: The Media, and Public Policy by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman
    American Renaissance, December 1990, p. 5
  85. [+]
    Opening Fire (Review)
    Another debate in which the facts don't matter.
    1. More Guns, Less Crime by John R. Lott, Jr.
    American Renaissance, June 2000, pp. 8-9
  86. [+]
    The Perils of 'Whiteness Studies' (Review)
    Researching the evil white mind
    1. Putting Whiteness Theory to the Test by Paul R. Croll and Douglas Hartmann
    American Renaissance, November 2006, pp. 6-7
  87. [+]
    Plundering the Planet (Review)
    Why population control will take more than voluntary contraception.
    1. Living Within Limits by Garrett Hardin
    American Renaissance, Sept./Oct. 1993, pp. 14-16
  88. Race and "The Scientist"
    What passes as science journalism is often unscientific propaganda.
    American Renaissance, June 1997, pp. 1-4
  89. [+]
    Race is an Illusion (Review)
    We are merely "racialized" to be black or white
    1. The Rise and Fall of the Caucasian Race by Bruce Baum
    American Renaissance, April 2008, pp. 8-12
  90. [+]
    Railing at America (Review)
    Why middle-class blacks are just as angry as the underclass.
    1. The Rage of a Privileged Class by Ellis Cose
    American Renaissance, March 1994, pp. 5-6
  91. [+]
    The Reality of Race (Review)
    An eminent biologist's classical analysis of the forbidden subject.
    1. Race by John R. Baker
    American Renaissance, November 1993, pp. 5-7
  92. [+]
    The Religion of Anti-racism (Review)
    A field manuel for subversion
    1. Beyond Heroes and Holidays by Enid Lee, Deborah Menkart, and Margo Okazawa-Rey, ...
    American Renaissance, April 1999, pp. 8-10
  93. [+]
    Rescuing Jefferson (Review)
    Setting the record straight on Sally Hemings.
    1. The Jefferson-Hemings Myth by Eyler Robert Coates, Sr.
    American Renaissance, June 2001, pp. 7-9
  94. [+]
    A "Good War" It Wasn't (Review)
    Why I Survived the A-Bomb, by Akira Kohchi
    1. Why I Survived the A-Bomb by Akira Kohchi
    The Journal of Historical Review, March 1990, pp. 81-84
  95. [+]
    The Rise of the European-American (Review)
    Ethnic Identity, by Richard D. Alba
    1. Ethnic Identity by Richard D. Alba
    American Renaissance, January 1991, pp. 6-7
  96. [+]
    Rough Justice (Review)
    Was Lynching a scandal or a system of justice or both?
    1. Lynching by Dwight D. Murphey
    American Renaissance, October 1995, pp. 7-8
  97. [+]
    Rumors of Wars (2 Reviews)
    Two books with which to cure a liberal.
    1. The Coming Race War in America by Carl T. Rowan
    2. The Coming Race War? by Richard Delgado
    American Renaissance, February 1997, pp. 6-9
  98. [+]
    The Sacred Ties of Blood (Review)
    The early classical religon of tribe and family.
    1. Family, Kin and City-State by Numa Denis Fustel De Coulanges and J. Jamieson, ...
    American Renaissance, October 1999, pp. 6-7
  99. [+]
    Sacrificing the Best (Review)
    An essay on the dysgenic savagery of war.
    1. War and the Breed by David Starr Jordan
    American Renaissance, December 1993, p. 6
  100. [+]
    Science Refutes Orthodoxy---Again (Review)
    Racial differences are real and increasing
    1. The 10,000 Year Explosion by Gregory Cochran and Henry Harpending
    American Renaissance, May 2009, pp. 10-13
  101. [+]
    Science Strikes Back (Review)
    An antidote to fashionable nonsense about race.
    1. Race: The Reality of Human Differences by Vincent Sarich and Frank Miele
    American Renaissance, April 2004, pp. 9-12
  102. [+]
    Second-Rate Nation and Third World Country (Review)
    The United States of Incompetence, by Art Carey
    1. The United States of Incompetence by Art Carey
    American Renaissance, October 1991, pp. 7-8
  103. [+]
    Self-Segregation (Review)
    For Americans, race is only the beginning
    1. The Big Sort by Bill Bishop
    American Renaissance, October 2008, pp. 9-12
  104. [+]
    The Sex of the Brain (Review)
    Why Men and Women are Different
    1. Brain Sex by Anne Moir and David Jessel
    American Renaissance, March 1992, pp. 5-7
  105. [+]
    Sex, Lies, Race, and AIDS (Review)
    Sex at Risk, by Stuart Brody
    1. Sex at Risk by Stuart Brody
    American Renaissance, November 1997, p. 6
  106. [+]
    Skeletons in the White House Closet (Review)
    By today's standards, many of America's greatest men were rabid white supremacists.
    1. American Statesmen on Slavery and the Negro by Nathaniel Weyl and William Marina
    American Renaissance, June 1993, pp. 4-7
  107. [+]
    Slavery in the New World (Review)
    Even more exhibitionism can be educational
    1. Inhuman Bondage by David Brion Davis
    American Renaissance, December 2006, pp. 6-10
  108. [+]
    Song of the South (Review)
    What does it take for a nation to endure?
    1. Can the South Survive? by Michael Andrew Grissom
    American Renaissance, August 2004, pp. 9-11
  109. [+]
    Startling News for the Brainwashed: Men and Women are Different (Review)
    Even liberals are beginning to face the evidence.
    1. Eve's Rib by Robert Pool
    American Renaissance, November 1994, pp. 5-7
  110. [+]
    The Struggle to Save the West (Review)
    The New Right in Europe has struck the opening blows.
    1. Against Democracy and Equality by Tomislav Sunic
    American Renaissance, December 1992, pp. 5-6
  111. [+]
    Thinking the Unthinkable (Review)
    White must choose between separation and oblivion
    1. The Racial Compact by Richard McCulloch
    American Renaissance, October 1994, pp. 5-6
  112. [+]
    Tracking the Great Taboo, Part I (Review)
    The IQ Controversy: The Media, and Public Policy, by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman
    1. The IQ Controversy: The Media, and Public Policy by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman
    American Renaissance, November 1990, p. 9
  113. [+]
    The Tragic Mulatto (Review)
    Who's black? Who's not?
    1. The New Colored People by Jon Michael Spencer
    American Renaissance, November 1999, pp. 5-7
  114. [+]
    Two From the Social Contract Press (2 Reviews)
    The patient, factual case against immigration.
    1. The Immigration Invasion by Wayne Lutton and John Tanton
    2. Affirmative Action for Immigrants by James Robb
    American Renaissance, January 1996, pp. 8-9
  115. [+]
    The Untold Story of White Slavery (Review)
    Whites have forgotten what blacks take pains to remember
    1. Christian Slaves, Muslim Masters by Robert C. Davis
    American Renaissance, August 2005, pp. 7-10
  116. [+]
    Voter Fraud on the Increase (Review)
    Third-World habits are taking root
    1. Stealing Elections by John H. Fund
    American Renaissance, December 2004, pp. 6-8
  117. Wesleyan Methodism a Revival of Apostolic Christianity (1839)
    A Sermon, Preached by Appointment
  118. [+]
    What Can Replace Religion? (Part I) (Review)
    A New Morality from Science, by Raymond B. Cattell
    1. A New Morality from Science by Raymond B. Cattell
    American Renaissance, February 1991, p. 7
  119. [+]
    What Does the Confederate Flag Mean? (Review)
    Who hates it, who loves it, and why
    1. The Confederate Battle Flag by John M. Coski
    American Renaissance, September 2005, pp. 7-11
  120. What is Racism?
    Everyone talks about "racism" but no one ever defines it. AR's assistant editor has gi...
    American Renaissance, July 1991, pp. 1-3
  121. [+]
    What Makes a Nazi? (Review)
    An American racialist meets the Nazis.
    1. Into the Darkness by Lothrop Stoddard
    American Renaissance, May 2000, pp. 6-7
  122. [+]
    What Race Were the Pharaohs? (Review)
    And what about the Hittites, Amorites, and Philistines?
    1. Race in Ancient Egypt and the Old Testament by A.A. Sayce and Alan McGregor
    American Renaissance, September 1994, pp. 6-7
  123. [+]
    What We Know, Don't Know, and Don't Want to Know About Crime (Review)
    Criminologists have begun to shed the illusions of the 1960s.
    1. The g Factor by Christopher Brand
    American Renaissance, March 1996, pp. 5-8
  124. [+]
    When Whites Hunted Blacks (Review)
    American race relations of 100 years ago.
    1. Negrophobia by Mark Bauerlein
    American Renaissance, October 2001, pp. 6-8
  125. [+]
    Which Way, Western Man? (Review)
    A new form of political organization may be needed to save Western Civilization.
    1. The Ethnostate by Wilmot Robertson
    American Renaissance, May 1993, pp. 6-7
  126. [+]
    The White Man's Burden (Review)
    An appeal to white racial solidarity, written when such an appeal was still respectable.
    1. The Philosophy of Nationalism by Charles Conant Josey
    American Renaissance, August 1992, pp. 6-7
  127. [+]
    The White Man's New Burden (Review)
    Invisible Victims, by Frederick R. Lynch
    1. Invisible Victims by Frederick R. Lynch
    American Renaissance, February 1992, pp. 6-7
  128. [+]
    White Men Meet Indians (Review)
    Jamestown and the clash of civilizations.
    1. Love and Hate in Jamestown by David A. Price
    American Renaissance, January 2004, pp. 7-11
  129. [+]
    White Might, Black Fright (Review)
    A study of the preposterous anti-white beliefs common among blacks.
    1. I Heard It Through the Grapevine by Patricia A. Turner
    American Renaissance, February 1994, pp. 5-6
  130. [+]
    White Slaves (Review)
    Whites were slaves before blacks were
    1. White Cargo by Don Jordan and Michael Walsh
    American Renaissance, December 2008, pp. 8-11
  131. [+]
    Who Are the Jews? (Review)
    Using DNA to find out
    1. Abraham's Children by Jon Entine
    American Renaissance, May 2008, pp. 9-13
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