The Passing of the Great Race

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This book established Madison Grant as an authority in racial thought. Its success laid the groundwork for the emerging science of eugenics, and was widely read by US presidents, scientists and became a popular best-seller in its day. It was a call to American whites to counter the dangers both from non-white and non-North Western European immigration. Unashamedly Nordicist in outlook, Grant used history and anthropology to argue against an open-door immigration policy, which, he said, would lead to the destruction of the ...

The Passing of the Great Race 2011, Lulu.com, London

ISBN-13: 9781471022937

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The Passing of the Great Race 1970, Arno Press

ISBN-13: 9780405005770

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