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 […]
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Go to Part 1. Prof. Baskerville’s website; contains links to podcasts, reviews and his other work. Domestic Violence It is well established that men and women commit violent acts in the home in roughly equal numbers, and that an intact family is the safest environment for both women and children. Such facts have not prevented […]
The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power (pdf download; Amazon) By Stephen Baskerville Kettering, OH: Angelico Press, 2017 For half a century, conservatives have been putting their readers to sleep with denunciations of the sexual revolution as a kind of anarchic free-for-all where men’s sexual impulses […]
J. Philippe Rushton: A Life History Perspective Edward Dutton Thomas Edward Press, 2018 182 pages, $19.89 paper, free in Kindle Ed Dutton has produced a significant critical study of the life and work of psychologist J. Philippe Rushton (1943–2012). As most readers of this site are aware, Rushton is famous for extending r-K Life History […]
The American news media have apparently just realized that when foreigners illegally enter the United States in the company of their minor children and get arrested, those children are temporarily separated from them. It would be surprising if it were otherwise: keeping the children with their parents would require throwing them in jail as well. […]
How to Judge People by What They Look Like Edward Dutton Self-published, 2018 107 pages, $14.19 paperback, free in Kindle Anthropologist Ed Dutton will be familiar to some readers for his work with Richard Lynn (including the book Race and Sport) and as an occasional contributor to The Occidental Quarterly. He has just published a […]
How Sweden became Multicultural M. Eckehart Helsingborg, Sweden: Logik Förlag, 2017 This brief (96 pages) study of the historical origins of Sweden’s multicultural policy was published ten years ago in Swedish, but has just now been made available to the English reading public. It is not a history of immigration to Sweden, which would require […]