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on 19 August 1998
Mr. Raspail's book is one about the death of the "White" world that occurs when there is a mass migration of poor people into the rich nations of the world. While Mr. Raspail's characterizations of Indians (thankfully) if far off the mark, his book raises the interesting question of what WOULD the rich nations do in the face of invasion by the poor. Mr. Raspail's book, even though it smacks of racism in parts, is so well-written that you will be cheering for his protagonists before you know it. Definately worth a read.
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