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The culmination of 25 years of white advocacy, If We Do Nothing is a collection of Jared Taylor’s best essays and reviews. Mr. Taylor outlines the basic truths of race realism and brilliantly dissects today’s racial orthodoxies. The collection includes such classic essays as “The Ways of Our People” and “Africa in Our Midst,” as well as personal observations on literature, sports, the South, and leading figures from the racial dissident movement. This is Jared Taylor at his best.
Praise for If We Do Nothing:
Reading Jared Taylor’s anthology has made me aware once again of his remarkably graceful prose and of how strenuously he argues against our cultural decadence and the “cancer of egalitarianism.” A tribute that he bestowed on Sam Francis would apply to him equally: Like our deceased friend, he has become invaluable in the way he “lays bare the lies and hypocrisies of our time.” — Paul Gottfried, former professor of humanities at Elizabethtown College and author of Multiculturalism and the Politics of Guilt.
Jared Taylor’s fine collection of essays from the last quarter-century tells the side of the story that the New York Times leaves out. If more of our ostrich-like journalists had read these, they would not have been so stunned by Donald Trump’s upset presidential victory. — Ron Unz, publisher of The Unz Review.
Most of the race-talk to which we are incessantly subjected consists of attempts to manipulate us intellectually or emotionally. When I came across Jared Taylor’s writing on race 18 years ago, I sensed at once something altogether different: the ring of truth, clearly and fairly presented for an audience of adults capable of making up their own minds. He is the perfect antidote to the ubiquitous race propaganda of our time. — F. Roger Devlin, author of Sexual Utopia in Power and Editorial Advisory Board member of The Occidental Quarterly.
Jared Taylor is the firebell in the night, to adapt Jefferson’s famous phrase, that signals the approaching crisis of the American Union — every bit as much an irrepressible conflict as that which led to the (first) Civil War. Unlike the Civil War, however, this is a crisis entirely created by recent public policy, and of which our elites, resolutely uninformed by Taylor’s brilliant work, remain invincibly unaware. — Peter Brimelow, editor of VDARE.com and author of Alien Nation.
There may be no man more responsible for reawakening white identity in the 21st century than Jared Taylor. Unbeatable in debate, always readable, he has sacrificed much for our cause. His chrestomathy is a can’t-miss for anyone interested in how identity politics will define the 21st century and for all who have a stake in the survival of Western Civilization. If our civilization and people do survive, this collection will be further proof that Taylor will some day be regarded as a hero. — Gregory Hood, identitarian activist and author of Waking Up from the American Dream.