Tag Archives: Book Review

Hard Time, AR Classic Article

Race and rape in American prisons.

Kill All Normies

A leftist tries (and fails) to understand the Alt-Right.

Reviewed by Gregory Hood

Kicking the Dead, AR Classic Article

A dishonest smear of a man who cannot hit back.

A Tactical Retreat for Race Denial

Academic offers “new philosophical foundation for anti-racism.”


Tales from the Hood, AR Classic Article

A Chinese woman tells what it was like.

“The Camp of the Saints” has never been more relevant.

Sacrificing the Best, AR Classic Article

An essay on the dysgenic savagery of war.

Whiting Out White People, AR Classic Article

A black woman tells us what we must think in her book, “A History of White People.”

Why we lurch from failure to failure.

A white English liberal tries to understand America’s forgotten class.

Tales of survival from Zimbabwe.

Life After the Collapse, AR Classic Article

Guillaume Faye looks at how whites will emerge from the rubble in “Archeofuturism.”

America Discovers Poor Whites

What we can learn from hillbilly culture.


A review of “A Colony in a Nation” by Chris Hayes.

The White Nation of Africa, AR Classic Article

A portrait of a tragic people.

Immigration and Human Nature, AR Classic Article

A comprehensive diagnosis of our current insanity.

‘This Century is Ours’, AR Classic Article

The triumphalism of Jorge Ramos.

Whites have forgotten what blacks take pains to remember.

A new novel imagines it.

The Horror, the Horror, AR Classic Article

Witchcraft on the rise in Africa.

Camp of the Saints — a haunting novel about the end of the white race.

Why Do We Have an Underclass?, AR Classic Article

A look at the “Great Migration” and its consequences.

Racial politics during the Civil War.

W.E.B. Du Bois taught us all what to think.

No Campus for White Men

New book explains the mentality that led to the Milo Yiannopoulos riot at Berkeley.

Reviewed by F. Roger Devlin

The Real Obama, AR Classic Article

F. Roger Devlin reviews “America’s Half-Blood Prince” by Steve Sailer.

Ignoble Savages, AR Classic Article

Waging total war with limited means.

To the Edge of the Precipice, AR Classic Article

A black man’s remarkable racial insights.

The former Archbishop of Canterbury weighs the arguments.

Gloom, Despair and Agony, AR Classic Article

The time for happy talk is over.

A remarkable book that explains why all anti-discrimination laws should be repealed.

Free Spirits, AR Classic Article

The “rednecks” who conquered a continent.

An Anarchist We Can Work With

Keith Preston and the menace of the liberal state.


A Warning From the Past, AR Classic Article

Lothrop Stoddard and “The Rising Tide of Color.”

Black Insurrection, AR Classic Article

The plot to exterminate the people of Charleston.

Noble Savagery, AR Classic Article

And savage myths.

In Jesus’ Name

Does religion make blacks and Hispanics better citizens?


Sam Francis on the Roots of Liberal Hegemony

His magnum opus finally sees the light.


Corporate Greed and H-1B Visas

Tech companies bribe Congress to betray American workers.


How Trump Could Pull It Off

A full-scale analysis of white voters could be a road map for the Trump campaign.

Review by Thomas Jackson

The Irreplaceable Gregory Hood

The first volume of essays by a great dissident writer.


The Colonization of Europe

Guillaume Faye’s call to arms.

Review by Jared Taylor

Conservatism Devours Itself

The Buckley movement betrayed both itself and the country.


What Will Replace Conservatism?

Could white advocates pick up the pieces?

Review by Thomas Jackson

Taming the White Beast

Demographic change will cure white xenophobia.

Review by Jared Taylor

Blackboard Jungle

The perils of trying to “make a difference.”

Review by F. Roger Devlin

The Real Right Returns

The search for European identity.

Reviewed by F. Roger Devlin

Unmasking the Cucks

How “conservatives” betrayed America.

Review by Jane Weir

Frenchman, European, White Man

Dominique Venner and the fate of Europe.

Review by Jared Taylor

“A Race Man,” First and Last

Thurgood Marshall’s climb to the Supreme Court.

Review by Raymond Wolters