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Is White Nationalism Un-American?

John Singleton Copley, Portrait of Paul Revere, 1768

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Many patriotic Americans object to White Nationalism because they are told it is “un-American.” America, they say, was always a multiracial society, dedicated to the proposition that “all men are created equal.” Therefore, the White Nationalist idea of a society that bases citizenship on race is alien to the American tradition.  Read more …

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In Defense of Japanese Internment

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Michelle Malkin
In Defense of Internment: The Case for ‘Racial Profiling’ in World War II and the War on Terror
Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, 2004

The Alt Right is now a social movement whose adherents are moving close to being part of the governing class. The Alt Right would not be growing, however, if the problems stemming from immigration, “Civil Rights,” Mid-East Policy, birthright citizenship laws, and multi-culturalism weren’t apparent after 9/11. Read more …

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Klansmen, Irishmen, & Nativists:
The Origins of Racial Nationalism in America

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The heterogeneity of America’s European population has always posed a challenge to its national identity. Only late in the nineteenth century was this identity extended to European immigrants assimilated in its Anglo-Protestant values and, in the twentieth century, to Catholics, whose Church (the “Whore of Babylon”) had learned to accommodate the Protestant contours of American life (or what John Murray Cuddihy called its “civil religion”). From this ethnogenesis, the original Anglo-Protestant identity of the American people gradually evolved into a more inclusive European Christian identity, though one closely tied to its Anglo-Protestant antecedents.

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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 4

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Part 4 of 4

Terry in Context

Two years after Terry’s incarceration a White Race League was formed. Read more …

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Denis Kearney & the Struggle for a White America

Denis Kearney, 1847–1907

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Editor’s Note:

Denis Kearney was born on February 1, 1847. In commemoration of his birthday, we are reprinting the following essay. On the same topic, see Raymond Wolters’ superb essay “Race War on the Pacific Coast” (PDF),

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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 3

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Part 3 of 4

An Appraisal

While Terry wrote numerous poems, and a play, The Making of a Madman,[1] his only published work, in both prose and verse, was The Shadow. Because the shooting of Joe Kum Yung has overshadowed all else about Terry, his cogent analysis of imperialism and capitalism expressed in The Shadow is little known.

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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 2

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Part 2 of 4

“Insanity”

In days of old, when men were bold,
And Honour held its sway,
When’er a comrade fought for Truth,
We all stood staunch beside him.
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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 1

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Part 1 of 4

Lionel Terry, 1873–1952, self-portrait

When the “New Zealander”[1] Lionel Terry is recalled at all it is generally by liberals and Leftists, who judge him to be nothing more than a psychotic racist murderer. Read more …

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