Winter 2003–2004

Vol. 3, No. 4

Editor’s Note

A Statement Of Principles
The Occidental Quarterly

by TOQ Editors

The Classics Corner

Who Are the War Agitators?
The Fight for an Independent Destiny
and American Neutrality in World War II

by Charles A. Lindbergh


Two Models of White Racialism:
A Preliminary Exploration of a Changing Morality

by Gil Caldwell

The State of the European ‘Right’:
A Wide Variety of Fortunes for a Wide Variety of Parties

by Derek Turner

The Case of Victor Davis Hanson: Farmer, Scholar, Warmonger
by F. Roger Devlin

What Is Best Will Rule
Anthony Ludovici on Aristocracy and Democracy

by John V. Day

Book Reviews

Immigration Without Assimilation Means Dispossession
Samuel T. Francis’s America Extinguished: Mass Immigration and
the Disintegration of American Culture

Reviewed by John Attarian

Setting the Isolationist Record Straight
Ruth Sarles’s A Story of America First:
The Men and Women Who Opposed U.S. Intervention in World War II
Edited with an Introduction by Bill Kauffman

Reviewed by Stephen J. Sniegoski

The Fire Marshal’s Report on Race and Globalization
Amy Chua’s
World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy
Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability

Reviewed by David Wilson

The Warped Phenomenon of White Racism
George M. Fredrickson’s Racism: A Short History
Reviewed by Robert S. Griffin