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Thomas Jackson

Pseudonym for Jared Taylor, editor of American Renaissance Magazine, author of Paved With Good Intentions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America (1992)


... a list of the most common social beliefs for which there is no evidence is a good summary of 'liberalism' - instruction raises intelligence, genetics does not apply to people, all races are equal, poverty causes crime, multi-racialism is good, welfare mothers want to work, all cultures are equal, men and women are essentially the same.

1994 - from an essay in The American Renaissance Magazine
Blatant anti-white prejudice, in the form of affirmative action, is now the law of the land. Anything remotely like affirmative action, if practiced in favor of whites, would be attacked as despicable favoritism.