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Douglas Murray, The War on the West, Broadside Books, 2022, 320 pages, $27.99 hardcover Like Douglas Murray’s previous books, The Strange Death of Europe (2017) and The Madness of Crowds (2019) — both reviewed for American Renaissance by Jared Taylor — The War on the West is valuable reportage on contemporary racial lunacy. The author... Read More
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Stephen Sanderson is the author, coautho, or editor of sixteen books in twenty-two editions and some seventy-five articles in journals, edited collections, and handbooks. He is a retired professor of sociology and is quite unusual within his discipline for applying evolutionary principles to the study of society. His latest offering, dedicated to J. Phillippe Rushton,... Read More
As expected, incumbent Emmanuel Macron coasted to victory in France’s 2022 presidential election on April 24, receiving 58.5 percent of the vote vs. Marine Le Pen’s 41.5 percent. This, however, represents a significant improvement over the 33.9 percent Miss Le Pen won the last time in 2017. She also carried 23 of France’s départements (administrative... Read More
Earlier: Donna Zuckerberg's Woke Classics Mag Denounces Pericles' Anti-Immigrant Citizenship Law of 451 BC “We are citizens of our age as much as of our countries,” as Schiller remarked, and one of the purposes of studying old books is to overcome temporal provincialism: the prejudices of the present. Our enemies certainly know this; that is... Read More
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Sent Before Their Time: Genius, Charisma, and Being Born Prematurely Edward Dutton Australia: Manticore Press, 2022 328 pages, $24.95 softbound Ed Dutton’s latest book marks a return to the theme of genius, which he previously explored in The Genius Famine (with Bruce Charleton, 2016) and At Our Wit’s End (with Michael Woodley of Menie, 2018).... Read More
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Richard Lynn, Sex Differences in Intelligence: The Developmental Theory, Arktos Media, Ltd., 2021, 131 pp., $14.95 paper, $4.99 Kindle Before the 20th century, it was commonly asserted that men are more intelligent than women. Besides the relative lack of high achievement by women historically, this view seemed supported by biology. For example, in 1887, an... Read More
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This is adapted from remarks given at the 18th American Renaissance conference on November 13, 2021. Even before I begin, I imagine most of you have probably sensed at one time or another that envy does play such a role in race relations. Many writers have alluded to it in passing, but I have never... Read More
This is Part II of a review of Anne Wilson Smith, Charlottesville Untold: Inside the Unite the Right Rally, Shotwell Publishing, 2021, 396 pages, $24.95 paperback, $5.00 e-version from publisher Part I can be found here. On the evening after police cancelled the rally, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe held a press conference and said: As... Read More
Anne Wilson Smith, Charlottesville Untold: Inside the Unite the Right Rally, Shotwell Publishing, 2021, 396 pages, $24.95 paperback, $5.00 e-version from publisher Nothing has quite brought home to me the dishonesty of American journalism like watching the major “news” networks tell us what was happening in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12, 2017. As a thousand... Read More
Kathryn Paige Harden, The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality, Princeton University Press, 2021, 312 pages, $26.95 hardcover, $16.17 Kindle. Kathryn Paige Harden, a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Texas, has just published The Genetic Lottery, a much-heralded book that tries to reconcile progressive politics with the reality of genetic... Read More
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Spencer J. Quinn Solzhenitsyn & the Right Quakertown, Pa.: Antelope Hill The widespread perception of Solzhenitsyn as a figure inseparable from the vanished world of the Cold War has become an obstacle to appreciation of his works. To some extent, an earlier generation of his Western admirers contributed to this misunderstanding: e.g., many Cold War... Read More
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See also: Peter Brimelow Remembers FORBES Magazine's Repression Of THE BELL CURVE, Twenty Years Later Charles Murray’s just-published Facing Reality: Two Truths About Race in America is an elegantly brief (168 pages) essay devoted to summarizing the great mass of evidence for the existence and persistence of significant racial differences in two areas: 1) cognitive... Read More
With the hindsight offered by ninety-nine years, it is obvious that the outbreak of the World War I marked not merely the beginning of the most destructive war in history up to that time, but a fundamental civilizational watershed. While the fighting was going on, nearly all participants assumed they had been forced into the... Read More
The Late Sam Francis On Why Our Ruling Class Won’t Stand Up To Rioters
See also: In Memoriam Sam Francis (April 29, 1947—February 15, 2005) Our once-proud country is meekly standing down in the face of rioting mobs, and most of our political and corporate elite are openly siding with the black and radical rabble and against the civilizational inheritance which allows them to function. Meanwhile, I have, quite... Read More
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Race has been discussed to the point of weariness, yet most discussion consists of little more than wishful thinking, contradiction, and outright malice: “All the races are equal, but whites oppress everyone else. Then again, race doesn’t really exist, which is why we must strive for greater racial diversity.” It is understandable that many people... Read More
Review of James Kirkpatrick’s “Conservatism Inc.: The Battle for the American Right”
Conservatism Inc.: The Battle for the American Right By James Kirkpatrick London: Arktos Media, 2019; $19.95 It is a political truism that the best way to control the opposition is to lead it oneself, and today’s globalist, anti-white left has succeeded better than perhaps anyone else in history at implementing such a strategy. The rising... Read More
With Individualism And The Western Liberal Tradition: Evolutionary Origins, History, And Prospects For The Future, Prof. Kevin B. MacDonald has once again produced a volume that thoughtful defenders of the Western tradition and European descended people cannot afford to ignore The book (full disclosure: I helped edit it), was self-published by MacDonald because it would... Read More
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See, earlier, by John Derbyshire: “Racism” (The Word) Becoming Obsolete Because Of Racism—Anti-White, That Is Founding stock Americans are now perilously close to becoming a powerless minority ruled over by aliens who cherish a carefully cultivated resentment—not to say hatred—towards us. If nothing is done to change the trajectory in which our society is moving,... Read More
Review “At Our Wit’s End” by Edward Dutton and Michael A. Woodley of Menie
At Our Wit’s End: Why We’re Becoming Less Intelligent and What It Means for Our Future Edward Dutton and Michael A. Woodley of Menie Exeter, UK: Imprint Academic, 2018 We in the West have long become accustomed to the idea that scientific and technological progress is the normal state of things, although decline—technological deterioration and... Read More
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The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power (pdf download; Amazon) By Stephen Baskerville Kettering, OH: Angelico Press, 2017 For half a century, conservatives have been putting their readers to sleep with denunciations of the sexual revolution as a kind of anarchic free-for-all where men’s sexual impulses... Read More
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Ed Dutton has produced a significant critical study of the life and work of psychologist J. Philippe Rushton (1943–2012). As most readers of this site are aware, Rushton is famous for extending r-K Life History theory—originally developed for understanding animal behavior—to the three major races of mankind. As explained in his book Race, Evolution, and... Read More
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Six months ago, I reviewed Prof. George Hawley’s Making Sense of the Alt-Right for VDARE.com. Although a conscientious scholar, the author had proven unable (I concluded) to understand his subject matter “from the inside.” This is a nearly inevitable weakness of political studies by outsiders; anyone who wants to understand a political movement must turn... Read More
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Today, 6 April 2017, marks the one hundredth anniversary of America’s entry into the First World War, probably the decisive factor in the eventual outcome of that war a year and a half later. Most schoolchildren, if they are taught anything at all about this event, hear it attributed to the German sinking of the... Read More
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Analyzing the History of a Controversial Movement
The Shaping Event of Our Modern World
The Surprising Elements of Talmudic Judaism