The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy

The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy A reprint of a classic surveying the world racial situation after World War I and warning of the coming non White population explosion The world wide struggle between the primary races of mankind

  • Title: The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy
  • Author: T. Lothrop Stoddard
  • ISBN: 9781410208163
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • A reprint of a 1920 classic surveying the world racial situation after World War I and warning of the coming non White population explosion The world wide struggle between the primary races of mankindds fair to be the fundamental problem of the 20th century, andrhaps the future Lothrop Stoddard was regarded as an expert on demographics in his day Stoddard sA reprint of a 1920 classic surveying the world racial situation after World War I and warning of the coming non White population explosion The world wide struggle between the primary races of mankindds fair to be the fundamental problem of the 20th century, andrhaps the future Lothrop Stoddard was regarded as an expert on demographics in his day Stoddard s arguments were once taken seriously by the American establishment and President Warren G Harding publicly praised this book at a public speech on 26 October 1922 The introduction to this book was written by Madison Grant, Chairman of the New York Zoological Society, and Trustee of the American Museum of Natural History A Harvard Ph.D in history, Lothrop Stoddard was the author of The Revolt Against Civilization, The French Revolution in San Domingo, and other works that played a key role in the enactment of America s 1924 immigration act Margaret Sanger appointed Lothrop Stoddard as a board member of the Birth Control League the forerunner of Planned Parenthood This work is important original source material for historians and scholarly researchers.

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    1. Mr. Stoddard did a good job predicting how the "rising tide of color" would overpower "white world-supremacy." Of course, it took the Europeans destroying each other (funded by certain international bankers) for the color world to not only gain power and sovereignty (to an extent), but to flood the European nations in the rising tide of anti-kultur (or what some call multi-"culturalism") internationalism. This book also goes great with Stoddard's "The Revolt Against Civilization" which also talk [...]

    2. It's important to read this racist book. the iconography and symbolism still exist today embedded in our media.-A

    3. This book was a depressing read.I ended up with over 40 pages of quotes from the text after I was finished and exported the quotations from my Kindle. Needless to say, I cannot include all of that material into a single book review, but a decent summary I can do.Stoddard's thesis, is simply put, that the humongous populations outside of the white world (Asia, Africa, Central and South America) are going to swamp the white race in its domains, not by force of arms, but by enormous birth rates and [...]

    4. I knew this book would be racist, but I didn't know it would also be so boring. I can handle the racism (it's useful to know the "arguments" advocating white-supremacy in order to debunk them) but I've got more interesting and relevant things to read.

    5. This book inspire me that Indonesia has opportunity to be a big country if it has audacity against US hegemony

    6. This book caught my attention during my research on affirmative action and the concept of "model minorities." I find it intriguing that the author definitely harbored white-supremacy leanings, yet was against caucasians interfering or supressing nations of color. Also, I've heard he made some startingly correct predictions on how certain ethnic groups would progress.

    7. Occasionally he talks sense. His racialism looks to me about as accurate or helpful as Marxism in terms of understanding history. He seems to have understood (and predicted) the Japanese program fairly well. On the other hand, his theory that the Arab world would use Islam to convert Africans into shock troops for a coming civilizational war with the West seems quite bizarre, the short career of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallub notwithstanding.

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