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tyc-frontmatterBy Theodore G Bilbo. The author was America’s most controversial politician ever elected to high office, including the governorship and senate of the state of Mississippi.

This book, written while Bilbo was awaiting a ruling by the US Senate designed to strip him of his senate seat, summed up his core beliefs about race, civilization and what he called the only solution to racial conflict: separate geographical states. It is a valuable historical document which accurately reflects racial thinking in the Deep South prior to the Civil Rights Era.

An avowed Southern nationalist, Bilbo was even a member of the Ku Klux Klan in his youth, although he left that organization before he was elected to office.

A firm defender of Southern segregation, Bilbo was unusual in that he realized that segregation was no answer and invoked considerable opposition from his fellow Southerners because of his demand that physical geographical separation was the only way to preserve Western Civilization.

“If we choose any plan short of the physical separation of the races, we are in effect adopting the scheme of amalgamation of the races. Any student of racial history knows that if the Negroes remain in the United States, the last American will be an octoroon or a mongrel . . . If the Negroes are not removed, this condition may come about in three to five hundred years: The fact that it will come sooner or later is a certainty.”

CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

Chapter I: The Race Issue—Our Greatest Domestic Problem

Chapter II: Race and Civilization

Chapter III: The Negro Problem in American History

Chapter IV: Southern Segregation and the Color Line

Chapter V: The Demands of the Negro Leaders

Chapter VI: Inequalities of the White and Negro Races

Chapter VII: False Interpretations of American Democracy

Chapter VIII: False Concepts of the Christian Religion

Chapter IX: The Campaign for Complete Equality

Chapter X: Astounding Revelations to White America

Chapter XI: The Springfield Plan and Such

Chapter XII: The Dangers of Amalgamation

Chapter XIII: Physical Separation—Proper Solution to the Race Problem

Chapter XIV: Outstanding Advocates of Separation

Chapter XV: The Negro Repatriation Movement

Chapter XVI: Standing at the Crossroads

Index

About the author: Theodore Gilmore Bilbo (1877 – 1947) was an American Democratic politician who served twice served as governor of Mississippi (1916–20, 1928–32) and as U.S. Senator (1935–47).

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Pages: 257

Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback

Interior Ink: Black & white

Weight: 0.44 kg

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