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Peter Brimelow
1947 -

British-born senior editor, Forbes magazine, bestselling author of The Patriot Game: Canada and the Canadian Question Revisited, Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration Disaster (1995) and others. Demonized by the politically correct and political elites, Mr. Brimelow awakens healthy debate about some of the sacred cows of recent governments in North America.

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Alien Nation: Common Sense about America's Immigration Disaster
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The Patriot Game: Canada & the Canadian Question Revisited
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The central fact of the nineteenth century was the emergence of the working class. The central fact of the twentieth century is the emergence of a managerial "New Class" elite, reshaping all modern democracies in its own interest.

from a review of After Liberalism published in Forbes Magazine
It is simply common sense that Americans have a legitimate interest in their country's racial balance. It is common sense that they have a right to insist that their government stop shifting it.

1995 - from Alien Nation
The modern definition of 'racist' is someone who is winning an argument with a liberal.

Feb. 1, 1993 - from an essay in National Review