White America: The American Racial Problem as Seen in a Worldwide Perspective and Lincoln’s Negro Policy
By Earnest Sevier Cox. Cox was one of the most prescient racial thinkers to emerge from the American South between the first and second world wars. Although born a Virginian, his belief that the Confederacy’s slave-owning practices were inherently contradictory to white American survival earned him both praise and hatred from his fellow Southerners.
White America’s theme is two-fold:
First, that the racial destruction of the white race is inescapable in time whenever there is the substantial presence of another race; and, second, that civilization itself cannot survive that destruction.
Cox backs his theory with solid facts and historical evidence.
Starting with an overview of prehistoric racial migrations, ancient Egypt, India, China, Mexico, Peru, Latin America and South Africa (which he predicted would not survive) Cox finally reviews the racial situation in the United States.
His conclusion is that physical geographical separation, not segregation, is the only guarantee of survival for all nations and races.
This edition has been combined with the pamphlet “Lincoln’s Negro Policy” which deals with the efforts of leading white Americans such as Abraham Lincoln, James Monroe and also Negro leaders who were all in favor of the repatriation of black people to Africa.
Softcover, 201 pages