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In the meantime, the travails endured by ordinary Germans were soon compounded by the global economic collapse that ended only in the triumph of the fascist National Socialists who turned German racialist or ethnic nationalism into a campaign fueled by rabid and homicidal racism and a drive for power no longer anchored in either prudence or common sense.
Launched in 1987 to help scholars combat the excesses of multiculturalism and help arrest the erosion of the traditional liberal arts curriculum, the 4,000-member NAS would find a great deal of its reputation established by the organization participating in anti-affirmative-action campaigns and opposing what NAS members describe as racialist practices in colleges and universities.
With its emphasis on elite involvement and representation, the book may neglect the eruption of violence at the community level, considering that most of the actors were not invested in elite power struggles or attuned to the racialist nuances of national political discourse.
Last night Clwyd West MP David Jones said: "The BNP are a racialist and pretty odious party.
Consequently, the Spaniards developed an elaborate and contradictory ideological notions based on their racialist concepts of race.
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.
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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.
Is the attempt to readjust the position of the northern/English in classical geohumoral ethnic taxonomy that produces racialist impulses, or is it "emerging racialist impulses" that disrupt geohumoralism (79)?
Might we acknowledge the unsteady production of white identity in the period while at the same time identify emerging racist or racialist ideas in early modern English culture and the continuing impact of such thought?
In addition, there is the "Radical Racialist," who expresses a dislike of the Pikes on campus because of their White traditionalism and racist past.