Race and America in 2034
AR Staff, American Renaissance, June 20, 2014
What will American race relations be like in 20 years? That was the question we put to a group of hard-headed commentators. The results were 10 essays that we published — one each day — from June 9 to June 20, 2014.
Some of the answers may surprise you, and some may provoke you, but they are exactly what you would expect from American Renaissance: thoughtful, undeceived, and free of conventional pieties.
Here are our authors, in the order in which they were published:
John Derbyshire — “The Narrative” will hold firm.
Paul Gottfried — A real break from the leftist revolution.
Gregory Hood — To the catacombs–for now.
Joseph Kay — The triumph of the boring.
Paul Kersey — Our flag will still fly on the moon.
Tom Kuhmann — More of the same.
Gavin McInnes — We are not doomed.
Fred Reed — Hispanics could go either way.
Richard Spencer — The Howard Beale theory of history.
Jared Taylor — Local communities are finding their own way.