Anti-racism: A Mania Exposed
Russell Lewis (with Introduction by Enoch Powell)
Has the anti-racism movement in Britain become a latter-day form of witch-hunt? That is the contention of Russell Lewis, who perceives the very proper abhorrence at the crimes of Nazism as setting the climate for the establishment of the race-relations industry in Britain. Post-war immigration and a communal sense of guilt at the supposedly exploitative nature of British colonialism fostered its rapid growth.
Mon Nov 05 2018 22:54:38 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)