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They were also partly responsible for the indifference to the victims of these crimes shown by both the general Romanian population and the Romanian elite (there were honorable exceptions), even when they were not adherents of racialist views.
Third, the Afro-Asiatic connection and Japan's racialist supremacist views made black reaction complex and uneasy.
Abigail Thernstrom, a senior scholar at the Manhattan Institute, says Obama's election increases the likelihood that race-conscious affirmative action and racialist practices, such as ethnic group graduation ceremonies and ethnic-themed dormitories, will be eliminated.
The domestic frontier romance's "most profound contribution to American racial discourse was in fact the delineation of a racialized interior," defining "race as a special kind of subjectivity," and contributing to the developing racialist discourse "the notion that members of different races both feel different things, and feel things differently" (151, 2).
Last night Clwyd West MP David Jones said: "The BNP are a racialist and pretty odious party.
This new racialist mutation provided those who hated Jews with a new justification that deflected charges of religious backwardness, thus enabling the virus of anti-Semitism to adapt and spread.
Ridley postulates a number of parallels and comparisons which might not seem obvious, such as between Emerson and Young Germany, particularly Ludolf Wienbarg, in regard to the demand for activism in literature and the ambivalence towards Goethe; between the Tormdrz and ante-bellum literature, with the Civil War and the foundation of the Reich as literary-historical caesurae respectively; between Emerson and Fontane in connection with the aesthetic transfiguration of reality; between Emerson and Wilhelm Riehl in regard to anthropology with its racialist potential; between the dichotomy of Kultur and Zivilisation and the racism and hostility to the modern of Van Wyck Brooks, or, among the dissidents, between the socialist criticism of Lukacs and Granville Hicks.
It is not racialist (not racist, that's American) to love your country and have a view on what dangers may lie ahead in the future unless we are sensible and take a common sense approach on immigration and asylum seekers.
They joined in the racialist, blood-and-soil discourse of National Socialism and warmly greeted the annexation of the Sudetenland and destruction of the Czechoslovak state.
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His article, "Slavery, Confederate Diplomacy, and the Racialist Mission of Henry Hotze," was selected by a five-judge panel as the best one published in the journal for volume year fifty-one.
All in all, the series provides an extremely well informed and balanced view of a vast subject which, being of comparatively recent academic interest, is of major importance for the new generations of Africans still deeply affected economically and emotionally by the after-effects of the four centuries-old racialist captivity.