October 20, 2010
William McDougal (1871-1938), a great British and American psychologist wrote “that which it is now fashionable to call ‘race prejudice’ and ‘national prejudice’…may be more justly described as preference for, and belief in, the merits of a man’s own tribe, race, or nation, with its peculiar customs and institutions — its ethos, in short.” This extraordinary White thinker was before World War II widely regarded as one of the greatest minds in the history of psychology. The October 20, 2010 Jamie Kelso show looks into why this giant has been vanished into the politically correct memory hole. Kelso just put the August 1980 issue of Instauration online, in which William McDougal is the cover story at InstaurationOnline.com.
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