Henry Pratt Fairchild

Race and Nationality as Factors in American Life

Paperback, Hardcover

Written by a professor emeritus of sociology at New York University, this book completely deconstructs liberal arguments against the existence of race and its importance in creating and maintaining society, set against the backdrop of the development of the United States of America.

It is not an explanation of racial differences, but rather a coherent and highly effective refutation of the most common arguments denying the existence of race, which, the author points out, is the single greatest mistake being made by post-World War II society.

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Written by a professor emeritus of sociology at New York University, this book completely deconstructs liberal arguments against the existence of race and its importance in creating and maintaining society, set against the backdrop of the development of the United States of America.

It is not an explanation of racial differences, but rather a coherent and highly effective refutation of the most common arguments denying the existence of race, which, the author points out, is the single greatest mistake being made by post-World War II society.

The book also discusses the important differences between race and nationality, pointing out that nationality is indeed a social construct, created by defined groups of people according to their immediate communal history—but that race is real and has biological roots.

The author, writing in the immediate aftermath of the cataclysm of the 1939–1945 war, does not advocate anything other than solving America’s “Negro question”—through some sort of vague voluntary self-segregation, and warns that at that early stage, any further mass nonwhite immigration would break the “American experiment” forever.

Professor Henry Pratt Fairchild (1880-1956) was one of the early leaders of the immigration restriction and conservation movements and served as the first president of the Population Association of America.

This is a new completely reset edition which contains the full original text.

Contents

Chapter 1: The Bogey, or We, Us & Company

Chapter 2: What Nature Makes Us

Chapter 3: What We Make Ourselves

Chapter 4: Race and Nationality

Chapter 5: The Enigma of Race Quality

Chapter 6: The Race Controversy

Chapter 7: Anti-Racism

Chapter 8: The Desirable and the Possible

Chapter 9: The Jews

Chapter 10: The Negroes

Chapter 11: Betrayed in the House of Their Friends

Chapter 12: What to Do

Chapter 13: The Indispensable Nation

References

Index

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Paperback, Hardcover

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Henry Pratt Fairchild