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Listen And Learn: A Conversation With Dr. Greg Johnson

Dr. Greg Johnson, editor of the The Occidental Quarterly, the premiere journal of Western man, culture and politics speaks with James Edwards and his staff at the Political Cesspool. This fascinating discussion took place in August of 2009.

Addressing issues such as a critique of contemporary culture’s erosion of white community and how to neutralize its effects, a review of the motion picture Inglorious Bastards, to a very real phenomenon described as implicit whiteness it’s definitely worth your undivided attention.

AUDIO HERE

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TOQ Online features short, topical essays, commentary, reviews, and interviews that do not appear in our print edition, plus the complete back issues and selections from the current issue of the print edition.

TOQ Editor

Greg Johnson, Ph.D.

Print Edition Editorial Advisory Board

Virginia Abernethy, Ph.D.
F. Roger Devlin, Ph.D.
Richard Lynn, Ph.D.
Kevin MacDonald, Ph.D.
Michael O’Meara, Ph.D.
James C. Russell, Ph.D.
Brent A. Nelson, Ph.D.
Miles D. Wolpin, Ph.D.

“The Occidental Quarterlyhas attracted a diverse readership, an extraordinary pool of talentedand clear-headed writers, and best of all, some of the mostthought-provoking and even ground-breaking material that I’ve comeacross in years.”

—Sam Francis, Ph.D., author, columnist, and one of the founding editors of TOQ
 

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—Joseph Sobran, author and columnist
 

“The Occidental Quarterly provides vital information and dynamic analysis that cannot be found elsewhere.”

—James Owens, Ph.D., former Dean, the American University School of Business
 

“Slick, academic-looking journal edited by a Who’s Who of the radical right.”

—The Southern Poverty Law Center
 

“A roundtable for some of the far right’s most influential figures.”

The American Prospect

2009-12-22

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