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White America
The American Racial Problem
as Seen in a Worldwide Perspective

by Earnest Sevier Cox
Revised Edition (1937)


The problems created by racial contact are as old as humanity; indeed, some would say, as old as life itself. Most persons are convinced that the problem is insoluable or if soluble, in some never-defined, mystical fasion.

The problem of race is never a legal, economic, religious or even a social problem so much as it is a biological and a political problem.

Few writers on race care to recognize this truth and few readers could learn enough about it to resent the incredible prevarications and ignorance-mongering of supposedly reliable authorities.

This presentation of Earnest Sevier Cox's White Ameirca is being made available to the greater attention of responsible and thinking people who desire to work for a solution to one of the world's greatest problems.

Table of Contents

  • Editor's Introduction
  • Preface
  • General Introduction
  • CHAPTER 1 Race Migrations: Prehistoric
  • CHAPTER 2 Race Migrations: Historic
  • CHAPTER 3 Hybrids and "Remnants"
  • CHAPTER 4 Civilizations That Have Perished Through Contact with Colored Races: Egypt
  • CHAPTER 5 Civilizations That Have Perished Through Contact with Colored Races: Egypt-Continued
  • CHAPTER 6 Civilizations That Have Perished Through Contact with Colored Races: India
  • CHAPTER 7 Civilizations That Have Perished Through Contact with Colored Races: China, Mexico, Peru
  • CHAPTER 8 Civilizations That Are Imperiled Through Contact with Colored Races: Latin America
  • CHAPTER 9 Civilizations That Are Imperiled Through Contact with Colored Races: South Africa
  • CHAPTER 10 The Civilizations That Have Survived Contact with Colored Races: The United States
  • CHAPTER 11 Problems of Civilization in Contact with Colored Races: Economic Problems.
  • CHAPTER 12 Problems of Civilization in Contact with Colored Races: Religious and Social Problems
  • CHAPTER 13 Solution of the Problems of Civilization When in Contact with Colored Races
  • CHAPTER 14 The Ideal Negro State
  • CHAPTER 15 Program of Repatriation
  • APPENDIX Joint Council for Repatriation

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