Entries by Giles Corey

Organizing in the Face of Adversity: Lessons from History, Part 3: Southern Resistance to Racial Integration as Case Study

Go to Part 1. Go to Part 2. Now that we have examined our present terrain, we may look to a notorious past campaign of White resistance. Though still afflicted with egalitarian dogma, the most balanced examination of Southern “massive resistance” to the Civil Rights movement that I have thus far encountered is George Lewis’s […]

Organizing in the Face of Adversity: Lessons from History—Part One: The Pre-Civil War Theory of States Rights

The most pressing problem that our movement faces is that of organization. It is absolutely imperative that White advocates begin to geographically concentrate and procreate; we must reverse the White fertility crisis. Not only is there physical strength in numbers, but spiritual strength; if we can build continuous communities, the social ostracism that we are […]