Clashing Tides of Color


By T. Lothrop Stoddard, Published in 1935



This 1935 book is the most suppressed and rare book ever by Stoddard, America’s famous racial thinker. This is a racially-based interpretation of worldwide events leading up to the First World War.

It has sections dealing with North and South America, Europe, Russia, Asia, the Near East, and Africa.

Although many of the events to which the book refers are now of historical interest, the racial understanding which this book brings to world events is timeless.

The underlying theme of the book—that all races have adopted white technology and culture with varying degrees of success, and that this will have serious results for all races—has taken on added meaning since this book was written.

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