W.E.B. Dubois: Race Realist

W.E.B. Dubois’  “The Conservation of Races” is an essay the Left usually avoids dealing with. Why? Because it contains passages like this:

“The history of the world is the history, not of individuals, but of groups, not of nations, but of races, and he who ignores or seeks to override the race idea in human history ignores and overrides the central thought of all history. What, then, is a race? It is a vast family of human beings, generally of common blood and language, always of common history, traditions and impulses, who are both voluntarily and involuntarily striving together for the accomplishment of certain more or less vividly conceived ideals of life.”

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