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An ideological handbook which explains in detail the concept of ethno-nationalism. It is divided into the following subheadings: Ethnic Nationalism - A Definition; Central Tenets of Ethno-Nationalism; Underlying Concepts of Ethno-Nationalism; The Implications of Ethno-Nationalism; The Practical Application of Ethno-Nationalism; Attacks on Ethno-Nationalism; and How to Argue the Case for Ethno-Nationalism. This booklet will provide all the answers underpinning the non-racist argument for Britain, or any European nation, to remain ethnically homogenous. Now includes the original text plus six new chapters dealing with the thorny issues of mass immigration into Britain and an important discussion on the fallacy of the "multiculturalism has failed" argument. With regard to the latter, the author points out that it is not "multiculturalism" per se which has failed, but rather the policy of mass immigration, of which "multiculturalism" is but one symptom.
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