Our early story about Kevin MacDonald and his theories about Jews and anti-Semitism - 2000-04-19

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F347.png Our early story about Kevin MacDonald and his theories about Jews and anti-Semitism April 19, 2000, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

(Retired Cal State Long Beach professor Kevin MacDonald has become a pretty notorious source of inspiration to the "alt-right" movement, but when we wrote about him in the year 2000, he was virtually unknown outside of a few academics. In 2002, however, the newspaper our story appeared in went out of business, and this story disappeared from the Internet. With so much more interest in MacDonald today, we thought it might be a good idea to bring this piece back. MacDonald himself hosted links to this story at his own website, along with his criticisms of it. Also, for a recent story refuting the IQ data that MacDonald relies on, this lengthy piece at the Guardian is another good piece putting this material in some context.)

WITNESS FOR THE PERSECUTION

How a Cal State Long Beach professor — who blames Jews for a coming race war in America — landed a courtroom role defending the word's most notorious Holocaust denier

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Our early story about Kevin MacDonald and his theories about Jews and anti-Semitism | url = https://tonyortega.org/our-early-story-about-Kevin-MacDonald-and-his-theories-about-Jews-and-antiSemitism/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = April 19, 2000 | accessdate = March 12, 2018 }}