Michael Polignano first came to national attention in 2000 when, as an undergraduate at Emory University, he ignited a storm of controversy by writing in the school newspaper about the scientifically established fact that racial differences are largely genetic.
Taking Our Own Side is a collection of 45 short essays, editorials, reviews, and satires. These lucidly written, carefully reasoned essays are profound, poignant, and occasionally prophetic. They are also sometimes brutally frank and hilariously funny.
Michael Polignano shows how to make the most radical positions seductively reasonable. Taking Our Own Side establishes him as one of the most compelling and versatile writers in the North American New Right.