Beginning today, the American Renaissance store will feature two classic works by one of the 20th century’s finest racial thinkers:
The French Revolution in San Domingo is 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 people slugged it out in a bloodthirsty conflict that 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 ideology—are more valid today than ever before.
Unlike more modern histories of the conflict, this book describes events from the vantage point of a clear understanding of race. Lothrop Stoddard’s insights and conclusions consistently reflect this now-unusual understanding.
This edition contains full contents, notes, and sources.
First published in 1921, The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy contains racial predictions that still ring true nearly 100 years later: T. Lothrop Stoddard, one of America’s greatest early 20th century racial thinkers, accurately predicted World War II, the rise of Japanese nationalism, the future of white colonies in Asia, Africa and South America—and warned presciently about the influence of mass Third-World immigration into Europe, North America and Australia.
More remarkably still, Lothrop Stoddard was one of the few to recognize the growing threat of militant Islam, and warned in this book that it would become a major world force. This prediction has come true with deadly force in the early 21st century.
Unashamedly pro-white, this book carries lessons that are eternally true, and which, if ignored, will lead to the destruction of Western Civilization.
Contrary to its title, this book does not promote “white supremacy,” but points out that the 18th and 19th century view of Europeans ruling other nations was coming to an end. Lothrop Stoddard was not interested in whites ruling other races, but rather in the preservation of white heartlands.