The Lost White Race
Henry Longfellow said "the pen becomes a clarion" and that, we believe, amply applies to this book. The author calls it a "backfire against the wind" to keep away a conflagration which he says is headed our way, and the material he has gathered together to prove his claim is bound to convince millions of people that he is right. Like Plato, the author proclaims that "might is right" and "justice a matter for the strong to interpret," as you'll find out when the other fellow has the "might." Calvin takes the stand that, as long as we are going to set the world in order, we might just as well decide right now that there will have to be two worlds, i.e., a white world and a colored world. He maintains that if we do not do this, the white race will eventually be dissolved, and in the end there will be only one world: a colored one. To many whites, this is unthinkable. The author makes a strong and justifiable appeal for a setup wherein the white race, with its blue eyes and pink skin, can be assured of continued existence. Parents could not do their children a greater service than to put this book into their hands. No boy or girl is fitted to tackle the duties of a voting citizen unless he or she has a knowledge of the problems confronting the leaders of the world today and understands the racial battle being waged across the world today.
|Size:||5.5" x 8.5" (216 x 140 mm)|
|Publisher:||Washington, D.C.: The Barnes Review|