In part an elegy, in part a galvanic recall to greatness, this mind-rousing book hammers home the theme that America has changed for the worse because its once dominant population group, the Americans of Northern European descent, the Majority, has been reduced to second-class status. It is racked by the moral debility of liberalism and the rampant virus of minority racism, which have diluted its group consciousness. Sick to the point of moral disintegration, the Majority has become the loser in a racial war. Since the liberal-minority coalition has emerged victorious on all fronts, it is not an overstatement to describe the losers as the Dispossessed Majority.
Part I: Racial Dynamics
Part II: Racial Composition of the United States
Part III: The Majority at Bay
Part IV: The Minority Challenge
Part V: The Cultural Clash
Part VI: The Political Clash
Part VII: The Economic Clash
Part VIII: The Legal Clash
Part IX: The Foreign Policy Clash
Part X: Prospects and Perspectives
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Wilmot Robertson is the pen name of the author of The Dispossessed Majority, The Ethnostate, and Ventilations. For 25 years, he was editor of the monthly magazine Instauration.