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White nationalism at heart of Lott, republican party political history

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The comments made by Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott, Majority Leader of the U. S. Senate, have been politely rebuffed by Democrats and Republicans alike,... The comments made by Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott, Majority Leader of the U. S. Senate, have been politely rebuffed by Democrats and Republicans alike, but few have, or have the courage to look underneath this problem.

I recently finished a book that tries to do this, White Nationalism, Black Interests (Wayne State Press), which will be published early next year. When I talk about the subject of White nationalism, most people immediately think that the book will be about the Ku Klux Klan or the Aryan Nation. But White nationalism has long since left these comfortable moorings and has graduated into the halls of power: the U.S. Congress, the Supreme Court and the White House.
 

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