Lawrence Auster

Lawrence Auster
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 Name: Lawrence Auster
 Country of Origin: United States of America
 Occupations: Race Realist, Essayist
 Year born: 1949
 Year died: 2013
 Age: 64
 ISNI: 0000 0000 8198 681X
 LCNA: n91048038
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Auster was the author of several works on immigration and multiculturalism, most notably The Path to National Suicide, originally published by the American Immigration Control Foundation (AICF) in 1990.

The book calls for greater public debate about U.S. immigration policy and the "orthodoxy" that upholds it. In Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration Disaster, Peter Brimelow refers to Path as "perhaps the most remarkable literary product of the Restrictionist underground, a work which I think will one day be seen as a political pamphlet to rank with Tom Paine's Common Sense." Professor Gabriel Chin has called Auster "the unsung godfather of the restrictionist movement".

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The Path to National Suicide

Published in: English
Editions available: 0
Our Borders, Ourselves: America in the Age of Multiculturalism
Lawrence Auster - Our Borders, Ourselves
Multiculturalism and unmitigated immigration have weakened America quite possibly to the point of no return.

Thema Categories: Immigration Policy, Emigration & Immigration Studies
Published in: English
Editions available: 2
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