Re-forging America

Re-forging America
Title Re-forging America PDF eBook
Author Lothrop Stoddard
Publisher
Pages 410
Release 1927
Genre Americanization
ISBN

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Re-Forging America

Re-Forging America
Title Re-Forging America PDF eBook
Author T LOTHROP. STODDARD
Publisher Ostara Publications
Pages 236
Release 2019-08-26
Genre
ISBN 9781646336098

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Written just after the passing of the 1924 Immigration Act, this book by one of America's most prominent racial thinkers is an in-depth analysis of the racial developments which led to the American Revolution, the Civil War and the mass immigration of the late nineteenth century which disrupted the until-then almost entirely North-Western European colonization of North America. Delighted that the 1924 law effectively stopped all further mass migration, Stoddard devoted the rest of this work to discussing solutions to what he called the existing "racial dilemmas" facing America, namely the threat of illegal Mexican immigration, the growth in black numbers and unassimilable European immigrants. Although the 1924 act was repealed in the 1960s, this book contains many observations on race and the implications of mass migration which are more applicable than ever before. Contents Preface I. The Foundations Of Old America II. The Beginning Of National Life III. The First Forging Of America IV. The Schism Of The Civil War V. The Shattering Of Old America VI. The Alien Flood VII. On The Road To Ruin VIII. The Great Awakening IX. The Closing Of The Gates X. The Will To National Unity XI. The Dilemma Of Color XII. Bi-Racialism: The Key To Social Peace XIII. The Scope Of The Task Before Us XIV. Re-Forging America Index




Re-Forging America

Re-Forging America
Title Re-Forging America PDF eBook
Author T. Stoddard
Publisher
Pages 234
Release 2013-11-23
Genre
ISBN 9781494271596

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Written just after the passing of the 1924 Immigration Act, this book by one of America's most prominent racial thinkers is an in-depth analysis of the racial developments which led to the American Revolution, the Civil War and the mass immigration of the late nineteenth century which disrupted the until-then almost entirely North-Western European colonization of North America. Delighted that the 1924 law effectively stopped all further mass migration, Stoddard devoted the rest of this work to discussing solutions to what he called the existing "racial dilemmas" facing America, namely the threat of illegal Mexican immigration, the growth in black numbers and unassimilable European immigrants. "We want above all things to preserve America. But 'America,' as we have already seen, is not a mere geographical expression; it is a nation, whose foundations were laid over three hundred years ago by Anglo-Saxon Nordics, and whose nationhood is due almost exclusively to people of North European stock-not only the old colonists and their descendants but also many millions of North Europeans who have entered the country since colonial times and who have for the most part been thoroughly assimilated. Despite the recent influx of alien elements, therefore, the American people is still predominantly a blend of closely related North European strains, and the fabric of American life is fundamentally their creation." Although the 1924 act was repealed in the 1960s, this book contains many observations on race and the implications of mass migration which are more applicable than ever before. Contents Preface I. The Foundations Of Old America II. The Beginning Of National Life III. The First Forging Of America IV. The Schism Of The Civil War V. The Shattering Of Old America VI. The Alien Flood VII. On The Road To Ruin VIII. The Great Awakening IX. The Closing Of The Gates X. The Will To National Unity XI. The Dilemma Of Color XII. Bi-Racialism: The Key To Social Peace XIII. The Scope Of The Task Before Us XIV. Re-Forging America Index




Re-forging America

Re-forging America
Title Re-forging America PDF eBook
Author Lothrop Stoddard
Publisher
Pages 230
Release 2010
Genre Americanization
ISBN 9781471055980

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Union

Union
Title Union PDF eBook
Author Colin Woodard
Publisher Viking
Pages 434
Release 2020
Genre History
ISBN 0525560157

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About the struggle to create a national myth for the United States, one that could hold its rival regional cultures together and forge, for the first time, an American nationhood. Tells the dramatic tale of how the story of America's national origins, identity, and purpose was intentionally created and fought over in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries




Re-Forging America

Re-Forging America
Title Re-Forging America PDF eBook
Author Lorthrop Stoddard
Publisher
Pages 412
Release 1927
Genre
ISBN

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Teaching White Supremacy

Teaching White Supremacy
Title Teaching White Supremacy PDF eBook
Author Donald Yacovone
Publisher Vintage
Pages 465
Release 2023-10-24
Genre Education
ISBN 0593467167

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A powerful exploration of the past and present arc of America’s white supremacy—from the country’s inception and Revolutionary years to its 19th century flashpoint of civil war; to the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s and today’s Black Lives Matter. “The most profoundly original cultural history in recent memory.” —Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Harvard University “Stunning, timely . . . an achievement in writing public history . . . Teaching White Supremacy should be read widely in our roiling debate over how to teach about race and slavery in classrooms." —David W. Blight, Sterling Professor of American History, Yale University; author of the Pulitzer Prize–winning Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom Donald Yacovone shows us the clear and damning evidence of white supremacy’s deep-seated roots in our nation’s educational system through a fascinating, in-depth examination of America’s wide assortment of texts, from primary readers to college textbooks, from popular histories to the most influential academic scholarship. Sifting through a wealth of materials from the colonial era to today, Yacovone reveals the systematic ways in which this ideology has infiltrated all aspects of American culture and how it has been at the heart of our collective national identity. Yacovone lays out the arc of America’s white supremacy from the country’s inception and Revolutionary War years to its nineteenth-century flashpoint of civil war to the civil rights movement of the 1960s and today’s Black Lives Matter. In a stunning reappraisal, the author argues that it is the North, not the South, that bears the greater responsibility for creating the dominant strain of race theory, which has been inculcated throughout the culture and in school textbooks that restricted and repressed African Americans and other minorities, even as Northerners blamed the South for its legacy of slavery, segregation, and racial injustice. A major assessment of how we got to where we are today, of how white supremacy has suffused every area of American learning, from literature and science to religion, medicine, and law, and why this kind of thinking has so insidiously endured for more than three centuries.