Race and Reason: A Yankee View



By Carleton Putnam. This was the first major book to address race and racial differences in a calm, educated and sophisticated manner just as the “Civil Rights” revolution began sweeping America and overturning the established order. Race and Reason answers every liberal argument and counter-argument with reason, compassion and intellect. It addresses the issues of physical, mental and psychological racial differences, backed up with meticulous research, statistics and analysis—and proves conclusively that integration can only lead to the harming of all races, and the destruction of Western European civilization in particular. Softcover, 147 pages, #614.