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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (11 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) It Comes Down To This I began this long study because I’m tired of being insulted for being “white”. I am Caucasian because my parents, and their parents, came mostly from Ireland, some way…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (10 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) A Historical Perspective New England: “The land in New England was poor and difficult to farm. The farmers in New England had to first clear stones from their fields before they could begin to…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (9 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Race Now Becomes An Issue Let me go back to my 3/3rds view of society. The bottom third are people who are working class blokes uninterested in politics, sociology, philosophy mostly because they are…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (8 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Part III: Modern Ideology The Aryan Myth For Judeo/Christians we have two images of the perfect life; the Garden of Eden and the New Jerusalem. But our history has only filled the space in-between….

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*Race And Racism: A Historical Look (6 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Europe, the West, and Racism   When I walked through the Mesa Verde cliff dwellings (an art rendering above) I was awed by what I saw, things that had happened somewhere around 1000 to…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (5 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Looking at Societies in Thirds Why is it important to establish that slavery was not created because of racism for most of history and it was not the product of any one nation or…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (4 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Part II: Drilling A Little Deeper       This is the view of earth we know today. Take out the boundaries of nations and it was the view of earth, were they capable…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (3 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) How Are We To Think Of Humans Greek philosophy began when men began to think that nature was natural in itself not needing God or gods active in all that nature does. As I’ve…

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Race And Racism: A Historical Look (2 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Modern Narrative The modern narrative, especially here in the United States, is that racism has always existed and goes only one way; white hatred for people of color. Let’s begin with a definition of…

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*Race And Racism: A Historical Look (7 of 15)

(If you want to read the full version you can go HERE,) Ecosystems What I’m going to cover now comes from The Idea of Decline in Western History by Arthur Herman. Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler was a German historian and philosopher of history. He is best known for…

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