Recommended Reading

Here are some of my favorite books on subjects in this book:

Which Way Western Man? by William Gayley Simpson.
    This book, a literary classic by a founder of the ACLU and a Franciscan monk, is elegantly written and full of the author’s wisdom, knowledge, and honesty. Although the book was written 50 ya, the people then faced the same problems that we do today.

The March of the Titans by Arthur Kemp.
    Is history dull? Well, this book is about the history of the white race and, if you are white, it will help tell you who you are and how you came to be.

Why Race Matters by Michael Levin.
    Written by a philosopher, this book makes tight and well-reasoned arguments for the reality and importance of race.

On Genetic Interests: Family, Ethny and Humanity in an Age of Mass Migration by Frank Salter.
    This book explains why racism is rational and in everyone’s genetic interest.

Race, Evolution, and Behavior: A Life History Perspective by J. Philippe Rushton.
    Rushton amasses data from many fields to make the case that the races have different reproductive strategies. The blacks are the most “r” orientated (more kids, less care) and the Asians the most “K” orientated (fewer kids, more care), with whites in between, but close to Asians.

Race Differences in Intelligence by Richard Lynn.
    The average IQ in nations all over the world is given and explained. Whites are in third place, behind Jews and East Asians.


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