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Political Equality

August 27, 2008 Hunter Wallace 12

Following up on the previous post. The United States was founded as a “white man’s country.” Outside of New England, Americans didn’t believe in the […]

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New Entries

August 11, 2008 Hunter Wallace 0

Lots of new entries from the Early National Period have been posted to the American Racial History Timeline. The older version is online at Firezone.

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Rebecoming

July 28, 2008 Hunter Wallace 13

Kunstler on his social vision: The sclerosis of American life is shocking. If you go further north up the Hudson River, to Fort Edward and […]

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The Monroe Doctrine

July 20, 2008 Hunter Wallace 0

As part of the Monroe Doctrine, the United States pledged not to intervene in European wars or “internal concerns.” I had forgotten that.

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Lynchings

July 18, 2008 Hunter Wallace 1

A post of mine from Hatewatch: Great Southern, If you want to post incendiary statistics, why not juxtapose the exact number of all the white-on-black […]

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Indian Removal

July 18, 2008 Hunter Wallace 2

An excerpt on Indian removal from Daniel Walker Howe’s What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848: White attitudes toward the Native Americans varied. […]

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Places

July 16, 2008 Hunter Wallace 7

I’m currently enjoying Kunstler’s The Geography of Nowhere. Here’s an excerpt: This is quite an extraordinary thing. It can only be possible where people feel […]

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Zmirak’s Vanishing Act

July 15, 2008 Hunter Wallace 3

John Zmirak is suffering from a profound, secret, half-rationalized, fundamentally religious decision – a wrong one – to remain childless and unmarried, unlike my agnostic, irreligious […]

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Event Horizon

July 14, 2008 Hunter Wallace 1

Kunstler’s latest: It’s hard to imagine what kind of melodramas were unspooling on the Hamptons lawns this weekend, while everybody else in America was watching […]

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IndyMac

July 11, 2008 Hunter Wallace 6

The second largest bank failure in U.S. history. In other news, the price of imports rose by 2.6% in June, up 20% overall above last year. […]

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Obama, Oil, Iran

July 11, 2008 Hunter Wallace 0

More on the Iran controversy: Calling the price of oil one of the world’s most “dangerous weapons,” Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) on […]