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Race or mongrel: a brief history of the rise and fall of the ancient races of earth

a theory that the fall of nations is due to intermarriage with alien stocks: a demonstration that a nation's strength is due to racial purity: a prophecy that America will sink to early decay unless immigration is rigorously restricted.

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This edition was published in by L. C. Page & company in Boston.

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369 pages

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Race or mongrel: a brief history of the rise and fall of the ancient races of earth

a theory that the fall of nations is due to intermarriage with alien stocks: a demonstration that a nation's strength is due to racial purity: a prophecy that America will sink to early decay unless immigration is rigorously restricted.

This edition was published in by L. C. Page & company in Boston.


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Bibliography: p. 353-354.

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Library of Congress
E184.A1 S38

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369 p.
Number of pages
369

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OL6999363M
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LC Control Number
08022785
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253310

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