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Anthropologist and social critic Ghassan Hage explores one of the most complex and troubling of modern phenomena: the desire for a white nation. In this prickly, strongly argued book, he asks whether that desire is indeed limited to 'racists.' Drawing upon the Australian experience, Hage draws conclusions that might also be applicable in France, the United States, of Great Britain, each being examples of a multicultural environment under the control of a white culture.
Hage argues that governments have promised white citizens they would lose nothing under multiculturalism. But on the ground -- where people live -- migrant settlement has changed neighborhoods, challenged white control, created new demands from non-whites, and led to white backlash. This provocative book suggests that white racists and white multiculturalists may share more assumptions than either group suspects.
|Evil White Nationalists 1: The Function of the Hand in the Execution of Nationalist Practices||p. 27|
|Evil White Nationalists 2: The 'White Nation' Fantasy||p. 48|
|Good White Nationalists: The Tolerant Society as a 'White Nation' Fantasy||p. 78|
|Ethnic Caging||p. 105|
|White Multiculturaslism: A Manual for the Proper Usage of Ethnics||p. 117|
|White National Zoology: The Pro-Asian Republic Fantasy||p. 141|
|Ecological Nationalism: Green Parks/White Nation||p. 165|
|The Discourse of Anglo Decline 1: The Spectre of Cosmopolitan Whiteness||p. 179|
|The Discourse of Anglo Decline 2: The Role of 'Asians' in the Destruction of the 'White Race'||p. 209|
|The Containment of the Multicultural Real: From the 'Immigration Debates' to White Neo-Fascism||p. 232|
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Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 280
Published: January 1998
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0 x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.34