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  • American Renaissance
    Total Archives: 20 Years, 224 Issues, 1,000 Articles, 3,087pp
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        Decade 1990s
        1. American Renaissance,
          November 1990 Issue, 7 Articles, 10pp
          Who Speaks For Us?
          A word of introduction to our readers.
        2. American Renaissance,
          December 1990 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Racial Politics of Murder by William Robertson Boggs
          The race of the victim may be all that matters
        3. American Renaissance,
          January 1991 Issue, 5 Articles, 10pp
          Why Nations Fight by William Robertson Boggs
          America is losing, without a struggle, the very thing that nations have always fought to protect.
        4. American Renaissance,
          February 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          Racial Preferences Go to College by Samuel Taylor
          The recent flap over scholarships for blacks was only skimming the surface.
        5. American Renaissance,
          March 1991 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The Great "White" North by Marian Evans
          At its current rate, Canada will become a third-world nation even before the United States does.
        6. American Renaissance,
          April 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Rise of College "Racism" by Samuel Taylor
          The reported revival of racism on college campuses is largely a distortion of the facts. Part I of an article in two parts.
        7. American Renaissance,
          May 1991 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Abraham Lincoln and the Problem of Slavery by Edward Kerling
          Most historians prefer to ignore Abraham Lincoln's views on slavery and race. By today's standards he was an uncompromising white supremacist.
        8. American Renaissance,
          June 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Late Great American City by William Robertson Boggs
          Introducing an occasional series on American cities and how the rapidly changing racial balance has affected them.
        9. American Renaissance,
          July 1991 Issue, 5 Articles, 10pp
          What is Racism? by Thomas Jackson
          Everyone talks about "racism" but no one ever defines it. AR's assistant editor has given it a try.
        10. American Renaissance,
          August 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Late Great City of Detroit by William Robertson Boggs
          The first in our occasional series on the shifting racial composition of America's cities.
        11. American Renaissance,
          September 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 9pp
          What Makes a Nation: The Case of Japan by Steven Howell
          An expert's two-part report on the country that is doing a few things right.
        12. American Renaissance,
          October 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Case of Japan (Part II) by Steven Howell
          Japanese society is a perfect example of the advantages of ethnic homogeneity
        13. American Renaissance,
          November 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Nation We Are Becoming (Part I) by Joseph Fallon and Marian Evans
          Immigration is profoundly changing the nation we will leave to our grandchildren.
        14. American Renaissance,
          December 1991 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Nation We Are Becoming (Part II) by Marian Evans
          A people that allows its language to be supplanted will, itself, be supplanted.
        15. American Renaissance,
          January 1992 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Why is Africa Poor? by William Robertson Boggs
          Just as American blacks blame whites for their failures, Africans deny responsibility for the misery they bring on themselves.
        16. American Renaissance,
          February 1992 Issue, 5 Articles, 10pp
          Is a Multiracial Nation Possible? by Samuel Taylor
          The Meaning of "Multicultural" Textbooks.
        17. American Renaissance,
          March 1992 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The Late Great City of New York (Part I) by William Robertson Boggs
          Second in our occasional series on the shifting racial composition of America's cities.
        18. American Renaissance,
          April 1992 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The Late Great City of New York (Part II) by William Robertson Boggs
        19. American Renaissance,
          May 1992 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          Tales of Gothic Horror by Marian Evans
          The Nightware World of Anti-Discrimination Law
        20. American Renaissance,
          June 1992 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Los Angeles Erupts by William Robertson Boggs
          Racial hatred, stoked by the media, finally boils over.
        21. American Renaissance,
          July 1992 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          You Are Not Alone by Samuel Taylor
          The Mass Media are Fooling Fewer and Fewer People
        22. American Renaissance,
          August 1992 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          A Conversation With Arthur Jensen
          One of the great post-war pioneers of intelligence testing talks to AR.
        23. American Renaissance,
          September 1992 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          A Conversation With Arthur Jensen (Part II)
          Will changes in the American population destroy our culture?
        24. American Renaissance,
          October 1992 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          May the Best Man Win by Evelyn Mackenzie
          The connection between race and athletic ability becomes clearer every year.
        25. American Renaissance,
          November 1992 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Race and Intelligence: The Evidence by Samuel Taylor
          Scientific data show that the races differ in intelligence---dogma holds otherwise.
        26. American Renaissance,
          December 1992 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          Race and Physical Differences by William Robertson Boggs
          Physical differences between the races are just as striking as mental differences.
        27. American Renaissance,
          January 1993 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Racial Differences---Why They Matter by William Robertson Boggs
          To refuse to acknowledge racial differences is to court disaster.
        28. American Renaissance,
          February 1993 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Golden State Goes Brown by Marian Evans
          Foolish and cowardly policies are destroying what was once an American paradise.
        29. American Renaissance,
          March 1993 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Golden State Goes Brown (Part III) by Marian Evans
          California's whites are retreating before the rising non-white tide.
        30. American Renaissance,
          April 1993 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Prisoner of Democracy by John Tyndall
          Reflections of a man who has gone to prison because of his racial views.
        31. American Renaissance,
          May 1993 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          Welfare: Who is on it and How it Works by Samuel Taylor
          Welfare encourages reckless procreation and is a massive transfer of wealth from whites to non-whites.
        32. American Renaissance,
          June 1993 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The "Reparations" Hoax by William Robertson Boggs
          Activist groups are trying to build momentum for a new racial shakedown.
        33. American Renaissance,
          July 1993 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The "Reparations" Hoax (Part II) by William Robertson Boggs
          The demand for reparations is based on a false understanding of American history.
        34. American Renaissance,
          August 1993 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Genetics, Personality, and Race by Samuel Taylor
          Personality appears to be greatly influenced by heredity. Do races differ in "average personality"?
        35. American Renaissance,
          Sept./Oct. 1993 Issue, 5 Articles, 20pp
          Who Still Believes in Integration? by Samuel Taylor and Marian Evans
          The results of our 30-year experiment are clear for all to see.
        36. American Renaissance,
          November 1993 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The Rise of Islam in America by William Robertson Boggs
          Islam lies at a dangerous intersection between race and immigration.
        37. American Renaissance,
          December 1993 Issue, 5 Articles, 10pp
          Dissenting Voices by Malcolm Meldahl
          A long-time friend of the editor explains why he no longer reads AR.
        38. American Renaissance,
          January 1994 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The Right of Self Defense by Samuel Taylor
          Why white racial consciousness is necessary and moral.
        39. American Renaissance,
          February 1994 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          Murder on the Long Island Rail Road by Lawrence Auster
          A black kills six whites at random. Liberals find it "unfathomable."
        40. American Renaissance,
          March 1994 Issue, 5 Articles, 10pp
          Research That Was to Prove Jensen Wrong Proves Him Right by Richard Lynn
          An adoption study designed to show that environment causes low black IQ confirms that the cause is genetic.
        41. American Renaissance,
          April 1994 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          How Legends are Created by Marian Evans
          The Counterfeit Glory of George Washington Carver
        42. American Renaissance,
          May 1994 Issue, 2 Articles, 10pp
          The Late Great City of Miami by Derrick Anderson and Samuel Taylor
          How an all-American city became a beachhead for the third world.
        43. American Renaissance,
          June 1994 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          The Color of Crime by Samuel Taylor
          How much violent crime is there in America and who commits it?
        44. American Renaissance,
          July 1994 Issue, 4 Articles, 10pp
          Atlanta Conference is a Great Success by Samuel Taylor
          AR readers meet for frank discussions about race.
        45. American Renaissance,
          August 1994 Issue, 2 Articles, 10pp
          Multiculturalism and the War Against White America by Lawrence Auster
          A lecture on truths about race and the costs of denying them.
        46. American Renaissance,
          September 1994 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Why Race Matters by Samuel Francis
          The assault on our race and culture must be met in explicitly racial terms.
        47. American Renaissance,
          October 1994 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          The Chicago Police Exam by Marian Evans
          First Promotions Since the Abolition of Race Norming
        48. American Renaissance,
          November 1994 Issue, 3 Articles, 10pp
          Tragedy or Farce? The Return of Marion Barry by Samuel Taylor
          Blacks vote an ex-con back into office as mayor of Washington.
        49. American Renaissance,
          December 1994 Issue, 2 Articles, 10pp
          A New Theory of Racial Differences by Samuel Taylor
          A comprehensive account of how the races differ, and a provocative theory as to why.
        50. American Renaissance,
          January 1995 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Morality and Racial Consciousness by Fr. Ronald K. Tacelli, S.J.
          A priest and philosophy professor gently reproves the AR point of view. He calls attention to a larger crisis.
        51. American Renaissance,
          February 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Separation: Is There an Alternative? by Rabbi Mayer Schiller
          What must be done to preserve Western Civilization.
        52. American Renaissance,
          March 1995 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Prospects for Racial and Cultural Survival by Samuel Francis
          Separation, as proposed in the previous issue, would not work but there is a better solution.
        53. American Renaissance,
          April 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Evolution of Racial Differences in Morality by Michael Levin
          Races appear to have evolved different levels of morality; this has important social consequences.
        54. American Renaissance,
          May 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Selma to Montgomery, 30 Years Later by Marian Evans
          Events that have entered the mythology of racial heroism were not as they are usually described.
        55. American Renaissance,
          June 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Preservationist Imperative by Richard McCulloch
          Why Separation is Necessary for Survival
        56. American Renaissance,
          July 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Morality of Survival (Part I) by Michael W. Masters
          Our current morality dooms the West to destruction. We must adopt a new morality of survival.
        57. American Renaissance,
          August 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Morality of Survival (Part II) by Michael Masters
          If the West falls there will be no revival. Only a new morality can prevent collapse.
        58. American Renaissance,
          September 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The War With Mexico by Erik Peterson
          The actual circumstances of the war were far different from today's conventional wisdom.
        59. American Renaissance,
          October 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          White Man in a Texas Prison by D. Zatukel
          Forced integration works no better in prison than it does anywhere else.
        60. American Renaissance,
          November 1995 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Verdict and its Consequences by Jared Taylor
          O.J. Simpson is free and blacks are jubilant. Whites are sadder...and wiser.
        61. American Renaissance,
          December 1995 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Catastrophe in Kansas City by Marian Evans
          The latest colossal failure in forced equality.
        62. American Renaissance,
          January 1996 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          I. Fighting "Racism" Rather than Fires by Robert Charles
          A first-hand report on the consequences of affirmative action
        63. American Renaissance,
          February 1996 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Origin of Races (Part I) by Michael W. Masters
          Biology will prevail against all attempts to abolish it.
        64. American Renaissance,
          March 1996 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          The Origin of Races (Part II) by Michael W. Masters
          All world civilizations can probably be traced back to Cro-Magnon man.
        65. American Renaissance,
          April 1996 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Sowing the Seeds of Destruction by Jared Taylor
          Gunnar Myrdal's Assault on America
        66. American Renaissance,
          May 1996 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          Race and Health by Arthur Holloway
          Racism is usually blamed for bad health among non-whites. The real causes are likely to be genetic.
        67. American Renaissance,
          June 1996 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          If We Do Nothing by Jared Taylor
          The nation we are building is one in which we would not wish to life
        68. American Renaissance,
          July 1996 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          AR Conference is Huge Success
        69. American Renaissance,
          August 1996 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Towards Renewal and Renaissance by Fr. James Thornton
          The American racial dilemma is only part of the larger sickness of the West.
        70. American Renaissance,
          September 1996 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          The Ways of Our People (Part I) by Jared Taylor
          What are we fighting to preserve. And why is it threatened?
        71. American Renaissance,
          October 1996 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Ways of Our People (Part II) by Jared Taylor
          It is our own unique characteristics that threaten our survival.
        72. American Renaissance,
          November 1996 Issue, 2 Articles, 12pp
          The Roots of the White Man (Part I) by Edwin Clark
          A Reply to Jared Taylor
        73. American Renaissance,
          December 1996 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Origins of the White Man (Part II) by Edwin Clark
          Indo-European characteristics and the destiny of Western Man.
        74. American Renaissance,
          January 1997 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Hell on Wheels by Daniel Attila
          The job of a conductor on a New York City subway train is a voyage into the heart of darkness.
        75. American Renaissance,
          February 1997 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Ending a Historical Taboo by Peter Crittendon
          Restoring the respectability of eugenics.
        76. American Renaissance,
          March 1997 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Diversity in the Human Genome by Glayde Whitney
          We are approaching a full understanding of the biology of racial differences.
        77. American Renaissance,
          April 1997 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Race, Nation and the Soldier by Steven Schwamenfeld
          Wellington's Secret Weapon
        78. American Renaissance,
          May 1997 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          A Certain Trumpet by Sam G. Dickson
          Our people now face their greatest challenge.
        79. American Renaissance,
          June 1997 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          Race and "The Scientist" by Thomas Jackson
          What passes as science journalism is often unscientific propaganda.
        80. American Renaissance,
          July/Aug. 1997 Issue, 7 Articles, 24pp
          The Myth of Diversity by Jared Taylor
          Seldom have so many pretended to believe something so absurd.
        81. American Renaissance,
          September 1997 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          I. How Christianity Harms the Race by Michael W. Masters
        82. American Renaissance,
          October 1997 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Why Race Matters by Jared Taylor
          A philosopher's elegant and compelling dissection of the race problem.
        83. American Renaissance,
          November 1997 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Today's Defeat Will Be Tomorrow's Victory by Frank Borzellieri
          Outspent and outmanned, we ran an uncompromising, feisty campaign on Euro-centric principles.
        84. American Renaissance,
          December 1997 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Madison Grant and the Racialist Movement by George McDaniel
          The distinguished origins of racial activism
        85. American Renaissance,
          January 1998 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          "Legacy" in the Making by Jared Taylor
          William Clinton's initiative on race and the AR response.
        86. American Renaissance,
          February 1998 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The King Holiday and Its Meaning by Samuel Francis
          The origins of our national celebration of multiracialism and political correctness.
        87. American Renaissance,
          March 1998 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Threat of Puerto Rican Statehood by James P. Lubinskas
          A bill in Congress could make it happen soon.
        88. American Renaissance,
          April 1998 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          Nationalism on the March in France by Jared Taylor
          Jean-Marie Le Pen's movement is winning France back for the French.
        89. American Renaissance,
          May 1998 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          What is the Role of the Family? by Glayde Whitney
          Childhood experiences may affect the race more than they do the individual.
        90. American Renaissance,
          June 1998 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          Waging War on America by Joseph E. Fallon
          A great nation is deliberately destroying itself
        91. American Renaissance,
          July 1998 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          South Africa Under Black Rule (Part I) by Gedahlia Braun
          A personal account of the transition.
        92. American Renaissance,
          August 1998 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          "A Troublesome Presence" by James P. Lubinskas
          Racial policy-making in a wiser era.
        93. American Renaissance,
          September 1998 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          Quotas in the San Francisco Fire Department by Ray Batz
          A report on ten years of mischief.
        94. American Renaissance,
          October 1998 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          Another Successful AR Conference by James Lubinskas
          Many call the 1998 conference the best ever.
        95. American Renaissance,
          November 1998 Issue, 5 Articles, 12pp
          A Festival for France by Jared Taylor
          The Front National's gigantic celebration of French Nationalism.
        96. American Renaissance,
          December 1998 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Race and the American Identity (Part I) by Samuel Francis
          To claim that we are a "universal nation" is to deny the past.
        97. American Renaissance,
          January 1999 Issue, 7 Articles, 16pp
          Straight Talk on the Airways? by James P. Lubinskas
          What talk-radio hosts think about race and immigration.
        98. American Renaissance,
          February 1999 Issue, 1 Article, 16pp
          Is There a Superior Race? by Michael Lewis
          A philosophical answer to the inevitable question.
        99. American Renaissance,
          March 1999 Issue, 4 Articles, 16pp
          In Defense of the Racial Spoils System by Robert Weissberg
          Today's corrupt racial system may be the best we can expect.
        100. American Renaissance,
          April 1999 Issue, 4 Articles, 16pp
          A Land of Their Own by James P. Lubinskas
          Blacks have a long history of separatist movements.
        101. American Renaissance,
          May 1999 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          The Racial Revolution by Jared Taylor
          No people can long survive when common sense becomes a crime.
        102. American Renaissance,
          June 1999 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          The Seeds of Conflict by Jared Taylor
          Genetic Similarity Theory explains the conflicts that baffle statesmen.
        103. American Renaissance,
          July 1999 Issue, 4 Articles, 16pp
          Race, Crime, and Violence by Jared Taylor
          What is the color of crime in America?
        104. American Renaissance,
          August 1999 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          South Africa, 1999 by Gedahlia Braun
          The election results are not in the interests of either blacks or whites.
        105. American Renaissance,
          September 1999 Issue, 5 Articles, 16pp
          What We Are Supposed to Know by Jared Taylor
          Do some people prefer to keep us ignornant?
        106. American Renaissance,
          October 1999 Issue, 3 Articles, 12pp
          The Biological Reality of Race by Glayde Whitney
          Choice data are accumulating in a neglected field.
        107. American Renaissance,
          November 1999 Issue, 4 Articles, 12pp
          Multiculturalism and Marxism by Frank Ellis
          An Englishman looks at the Soviet origins of political correctness.
        108. American Renaissance,
          December 1999 Issue, 5 Articles, 16pp
          Republican or Third Party? by Michael W. Masters
          What are the prospects for our people?
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        2. Today, what is called racism depends on who is doing it.
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          The IQ Controversy: The Media, and Public Policy, by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman
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          , November 1990, p. 9 - PDF
        8. A word of introduction to our readers.
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