Essays on the Racial Realities of Our Nation & Our Time"/>

Race and the American Prospect:
Essays on the Racial Realities of Our Nation & Our Time

Ed. Sam Francis
Mt. Airy, Md.: The Occidental Press, 2006
446 pages

paperback: $5

Courageous, controversial, and provocative, Race and the American Prospect is a book for every American interested in vindicating our country’s past, reclaiming its present, and securing its future.

“Fearlessly disregarding what he considered happy talk about American racial relations, Dr. Francis, in this posthumous act of intellectual courage, challenges one of the fundamental expressions of the current belief in human equality. Race and the American Prospect correctly points out the rareness of successful multiracial or even biracial societies and shows how the pursuit of this ideal in the US has brought the increasing self-degradation of the majority white population. The authors may be wrong in their predictions but if they are, a convincing refutation has yet to be produced.”

—Paul Gottfried, Elizabethtown College

Race and the American Prospect is one of those books you don’t want to put down. Buy an extra copy for family members or friends who need a powerful and persuasive introduction to the problems posed by race and racial differences everywhere in the modern West. Even the cognoscenti will discover a rich new store of fascinating insights and perspectives in this remarkable book.”

—Andrew Fraser, Macquarie University


by Wayne Lutton

Introduction: The Return of the Repressed
by Samuel Francis

The Reality of Race
by Kevin Lamb

Racial Differences in Intelligence, Personality, and Behavior
by Richard Lynn

The Costs of Racial Pluralism
by Joseph E. Fallon

The Racial Revolution
by Jared Taylor

Immigration and Race
by Wayne Lutton

Race and the South
by Sam G. Dickson

Jews, Blacks, and Race
by Kevin MacDonald

Race and Religion
by Richard Faussette

The Dis-United Kingdom
by Derek Turner

Race and the Left
by Brent Nelson

Race in Philosophy
by J. L. Woodruff

Racial Disposition and the Managerial Revolution
by Samuel Francis

Racial Preservation
by Richard McCulloch

by Robert Griffin


Samuel Francis (1947-2005) was a graduate of Johns Hopkins University (BA, 1969) and the University of North Carolina (MA, 1971; PhD, 1979) and former policy analyst with the Heritage Foundation, as well as a former US Senate staff member. He served as an award-winning staff columnist, editorial writer (1986-1991) and deputy editorial page editor (1987-1991) for The Washington Times, and served as editor-in-chief of the Citizens Informer and as book review editor and associate editor of The Occidental Quarterly. He wrote a bi-weekly syndicated column for Creators Syndicate and a monthly column for Chronicles. Dr. Francis was the author of seven books. His writings have appeared in major newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, USA Today, National Review, The Spectator (London), The American Conservative, and American Renaissance. He served on the Board of Editorial Advisors for Modern Age: A Quarterly Review and was a member of the Philadelphia Society.

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