Battle Lines

Battle Lines : Essays on Western Culture, Jewish Influence, and Anti-Semitism

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The Jewish Question is foundational to the demographic transformation of the West, the revolution in its sexual and ethical mores, and to the trajectory of Western politics, art and culture. Battle Lines is a compendium of Brenton Sanderson's best writing on the topic of Jewish influence on Western societies and culture. Originally featured on The Occidental Observer, these incisive and intellectually-stimulating essays (all revised and updated) range across the cultural landscape of the West, examining Jewish influence on politics, economics, music, art, literature, sexuality and popular culture. Battle Lines includes a Foreword by Dr. Kevin MacDonald, author of The Culture of Critique and editor of The Occidental Observer and The Occidental Quarterly.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 550 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 28mm | 726g
  • English
  • 0646822977
  • 9780646822976
  • 597,590

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"I have been an enthusiastic supporter of his work from the beginning... As an editor, one quickly learns to appreciate essays that are well-researched and well-written, and Sanderson's work has always been up to the highest standard. Each of these essays is a gem.... These essays offer excellent scholarship, clear writing, and most of all, honesty - a rare trait indeed in the contemporary West." - Dr. Kevin MacDonald in the Foreword to Battle Lines

"I remember clearly that the very first piece I read was Brenton Sanderson's essay 'Why Mahler? Norman Lebrecht and the Construction of Jewish Genius.' Like all productions by Sanderson before and since, the essay was exceptional, and, after Kevin, Sanderson remains my favourite contemporary writer on the subject of Jewish influence and anti-Semitism." - Dr. Andrew Joyce
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