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Less than a century ago a racist was a person who studied the differences between races and a racialist was one who was prejudiced towards those not of his own race.
For Clint, and a large portion of the Radical Racialists, race equals power.
Kennedy's opposition toward these racialist attitudes is intense.
Challenged on television by David Frost in 1969 to deny he was a racialist, Powell replied: 'If you mean being conscious of the differences between men and nations and, from that, races, then we are all racialists.
If racialists would assert that a single drop of African blood classified one as an African or black, then these Christians took the single drop rule, claimed African presence in the Bible and other ancient documents, and developed a Pan-Africanist worldview.