Dear American Renaissance Readers,
Thanks to everyone who took the time to complete our survey. If you missed it, don’t worry. There will be another one soon. I am still going over the results and will provide a tabulation of your preferences soon. In the meantime, let me answer a few of your questions.
1) Many of you said you would like more coverage of history. I very much like history, too, and more features of this kind are on the way. In the meantime, let me recommend exploring the “American History” and “Ancient History” tags. For even more tags, please see here.
2) Many readers said they enjoyed our first-person accounts of racial encounters. I find these fascinating, too. Please note that two of our most recent features have been first-person accounts, one from a police officer, and another from a teacher.
I would also highly recommend our book, Face to Face With Race, which is a compilation of 14 firsthand accounts of what “diversity” is really like. It is available both as an e-book and as a paperback, and can be purchased here. I also recommend taking a look at Mary Morrison’s author page.
3) Several people asked for more features and commentary that were race realist, but not “conservative” or “right-wing” per se. If you would like to write something from that perspective–“Alt-Left”–so to speak, please email me at [email protected]. We would love to hear from you. Also, this Sunday’s “AR Classic” should be especially interesting.
4) Some of you would John Derbyshire to write for us. Feel free to ask him directly. You can do so through his website, or through his VDare author page. The same goes for Paul Kersey and Alexander Hart, who are also popular with our readers.
5) I would note that John Engelman has written several articles for us and is active in our comments sections, but has never been a moderator of comments.
6) The American Renaissance position on Jews was explained over a decade ago at “Jews and American Renaissance.” You can also find a review of Kevin MacDonald’s Culture of Critique, in the March 1999 issue of the print magazine.
7) There were many responses to the questions: “Is there any specific topic you would like American Renaissance to document or write about?” We plan to take all of your suggestions into consideration, but for now, here are some stories we have already published on some of these subjects.
- The “Anti-Fascists”: “Who Are These Losers?”
- White slavery: “The Untold Story of White Slavery,” and, “White Slaves.”
- Islam: “Muslim Immigration and the West,” “The Face of Islam,” “The Real Threat Is Islam,” and “What Use is Islam?” You may also find these tags useful: Islam in Europe/Asia, Islam in America, and Muslim Immigration. Also, the book Jihad: Islam’s 1,300 Year War on Western Civilization is available in our bookstore.
- South Africa: Frequent contributor Dan Roodt is South African and writes about the country extensively, see his author page here. F. Roger Devlin has also reviewed a number of books about South Africa, see his author page here. There is also a tag for South Africa. A book on the end of Apartheid from a pro-white perspective is available from our bookstore here.
- Rhodesia/Zimbabwe: “White Africans Under Black Rule,” and “The Agony of Africa.” There is also a Zimbabwe tag.
- Eugenics and dysgenics: “New Prospects for Eugenics,” “Ending a Historical Taboo,” and “The Decline of the West.” There is also a Eugenics and Dysgenics tag.
- Christianity: Editorially, American Renaissance tends to avoid this topic, because it is contentious. However there is a Christianity tag. There was also a debate about Christianity in the September 1997 issue of the AR magazine. Readers may also be interested in, “The Christian Doctrine of Nations.”
- Activism, self-improvement, and how to combat the system: “What Can I Do?,” “European Nationalism on the March,” and “Southern Nationalism is Growing Up”–the latter two are by Gregory Hood. There are also tags for Signs of Hope and Activism, and we have an “Activist’s Corner” page with specific things you can do to help American Renaissance. This aspect of our work admittedly needs more attention.
I also recommend exploring our postings by tag here, and looking over our back issues here. If you have searched for an article you seem to recall about a certain topic but can’t find it, email me at [email protected], and I’ll see if I can’t find it or something similar.
8) Thanks again to everyone who provided feedback! We are always working to make American Renaissance the best that it can be. If you have any other comments or questions please email me anytime.