The No College Club Spencer J. Quinn The White People’s Press, 2023 There is probably no other area in which nationalists are as far behind their opponents as in cultural influence, or what Kevin MacDonald has called the “shaping of ways of seeing.” Both the books our young people read in school and the entertainment […]
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Race and Evolution: The Causes and Consequences of Race Differences Stephen K. Sanderson Self-published, 2022 Stephen Sanderson is the author, coauthor, or editor of sixteen books in twenty-two editions and some seventy-five articles in journals, edited collections, and handbooks. He is a retired professor of sociology and is quite unusual within his discipline for applying […]
Sent Before Their Time: Genius, Charisma, and Being Born Prematurely Edward Dutton Australia: Manticore Press, 2022 328 pages, $24.95 softbound Ed Dutton’s latest book marks a return to the theme of genius, which he previously explored in The Genius Famine (with Bruce Charleton, 2016) and At Our Wit’s End (with Michael Woodley of Menie, 2018). […]
Editor’s note: Christmas is a special time of year, and over the years TOO has posted some classic articles that bear on the season. This article by F. Roger Devlin was originally posted in December, 2013. It is an important reminder of the disastrous intra-racial wars of the twentieth century—wars that may yet deal a death blow […]
Editor’s note: I have added the MP3 versions of all three parts of the review derived from Google’s advanced text-to-speech algorithm. I thought that it came through quite well. Comments appreciated. Written version, Part 1; MP3 version: Written version, Part 2. MP3 version: MP3 version of Part 3: Lynn’s account of his years in Ulster […]
Go to Part 1. Lynn took his final examinations in the summer of 1953, trying to conceal his antipathy for the department: “Apparently, I succeeded as I was awarded the Passingham Prize, which is given annually for the best psychology student of the year. On the basis of this I was awarded a three-year research […]
Memoirs of a Dissident Psychologist Richard Lynn London: Ulster Institute for Social Research, 2020 476 pages, £25 Richard Lynn, who turned 90 earlier this year, has published an account of his life and intellectual development, including portraits of some of the outstanding men he has known and worked with. Lynn’s father was Sydney Harland, the […]