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Catalogue Number
TPP003HB, TPP003PB
Author
Lothrop Stoddard, Kevin MacDonald (introduction)
Title
The Revolt Against Civilization: The Menace of the Under-Man
Genre
HDB, History
Date of Publication
March 2011
Format
Hardback
Size
Demi 8vo
Pages
262
ISBN
978-0-9561835-4-5 (hardback)
Price
£22.99
Synopsis

In this classic 1922 book, Dr. Lothrop Stoddard examines the point where egalitarian revolutionary movements — particularly the French Revolution and its ultimate offspring in the 20th century, the Bolshevik revolution — intersect with human biodiversity. His thesis is that civilisation imposes increasing intellectual and moral burdens on the less able strata of the population, causing growing frustration, restlessness, and feelings of worthlessness among their members, who, meanwhile and due to differential birthrates, grow in number and proportion; eventually, when the pressure becomes unbearable, they rise up in revolt— a revolt against civilisation. Stoddard examines the gradual depletion of cognitive and moral capital from the population due to low fertility among elites and high fertility among the underclasses; the role and methods of 'tainted geniuses' in mobilising discontent, particularly during the French and Bolshevik revolutions; and the ticking dysgenic time-bomb in the United States. Stoddard stresses that averting disaster and improving society demand active policy changes aimed at reversing negative trends and encouraging positive ones, and that these changes will not be made without the development of an eugenic conscience. Rather than the creation of a caste system or an aristocracy, neither of which would guarantee an overall betterment of the population, he proposes fostering the growth of a neo-aristocracy, founded on ability and merit. Stoddard's perspective on these matters is unique in that it is both progressive and elitist. Both his trenchant analysis of socio-political population dynamics and his critique of egalitarian revolutionary movements prove astonishingly prescient in an increasingly troubled and turbulent West.

This new edition will be available in both hardback and paperback versions, and will come with a scholarly introduction by Prof. Kevin MacDonald, supplementary footnotes for added background, a new and expanded index, and cover artwork by Alex Kurtagic.

Table of Contents

Introduction by Kevin MacDonald vii
Note on the Text xxiii
Preface xxv
I. The Burden of Civilization 3
II. The Iron Law of Inequality 27
III. The Nemesis of the Inferior 75
IV. The Lure of the Primitive 105
V. The Ground-Swell of Revolt 121
VI. The Rebellion of the Under-Man 151
VII. The War Against Chaos 185
VIII. Neo-Aristocracy 199
Bibliography 225
Index 229

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