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A far-seeing survey of race and history, T. Lothrop Stoddard’s epic 1921 work did not refer to a belief that whites should rule over other races, but merely that, as he put it, a man who in 1914 looked at a world map “got one fundamental impression: the overwhelming preponderance of the white race in the ordering of the world’s affairs.”

It was this dominance, Stoddard said, which was coming to an end because of the massive demographic swings which he foresaw over the coming...
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Written against the backdrop of the Communist seizure of power in the Soviet Union, this remarkable work by America's leading early twentieth century racial theorist studies the root causes of Communism and the destruction of civilized society. It focuses on the downbreeding of existing European populations and of how the worst elements of society are continually outbreeding the best, leading to lower average IQs and civilizational levels. Although directed at Soviet-era communism, the reader...
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With an Introduction by Madison Grant, Chairman, New York Zoological Society. A far-seeing survey of race and history, T. Lothrop Stoddard's epic 1921 work did not refer to a belief that whites should rule over other races, but merely that, as he put it, a man who in 1914 looked at a world map "got one fundamental impression: the overwhelming preponderance of the white race in the ordering of the world's affairs." It was this dominance, Stoddard said, which was coming to an end because of the...
Book cover from Re-Forging America: The Story of Our Nationhood by T Lothrop Stoddard
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Written just after the passing of the 1924 Immigration Act, this book by one of America's most prominent racial thinkers is an in-depth analysis of the racial developments which led to the American Revolution, the Civil War and the mass immigration of the late nineteenth century which disrupted the until-then almost entirely North-Western European colonization of North America. Delighted that the 1924 law effectively stopped all further mass migration, Stoddard devoted the rest of this work to...
Book cover from Into the Darkness by Lothrop Stoddard
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Theodore Lothrop Stoddard (June 29, 1883 - May 1, 1950) was an American political scientist, historian, journalist, anthropologist, eugenicist, pacifist, and anti-immigration advocate who wrote a number of books which are cited by historians as prominent examples of early 20th-century scientific racism. During World War II he wrote Into the Darkness, about the effect of war on Nazi Germany. Stoddard was relatively nonpartisan in his coverage of the Nazi regime, but he did express concern for...
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We think of Europe in units of nations, and of those nations as homogenous, and we take to little account of race and race mixtures. That we cannot understand Europe until with know and thoroughly comprehend its racial background is the basis of this absorbing book. It begins with a clear account of the distinction of the various white races in Europe, before moving onto a study of the racial composition of the individual countries, which provides an explanation of their policies. Now updated...
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The shocking true story of the race war in the French colony of San Domingo, now called Haiti, which raged from 1789 to 1805. During this time, 450,000 Negro slaves, 39,000 whites and 27,500 mixed-race persons slugged it out in a bloodthirsty conflict which ended with the complete extermination of every white person on the Caribbean island—and created the state of Haiti. The lessons contained in this book—on the ills of slavery, the incompatibility of the races, and the dangers of liberal...
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Theodore Lothrop Stoddard (June 29, 1883 - May 1, 1950) was an American political scientist, historian, journalist, anthropologist, eugenicist, pacifist, and anti-immigration advocate who wrote a number of books which are cited by historians as prominent examples of early 20th-century scientific racism. During World War II he wrote Into the Darkness, about the effect of war on National Socialist Germany. Stoddard was relatively nonpartisan in his coverage of the National Socialist government,...
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Book cover from The New World of Islam by Lothrop Stoddard
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The New World of Islam is a classic Islamic studies text by Lothrop Stoddard. The entire world of Islam is to-day in profound ferment. From Morocco to China and from Turkestan to the Congo, the 250,000,000 followers of the Prophet Mohammed are stirring to new ideas, new impulses, new aspirations. A gigantic transformation is taking place whose results must affect all mankind.