The first issue of *Radix Journal*-*The Great Erasure* -is now available worldwide as an eBook.
You can purchase it at Amazon here
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> The experience of European peoples worldwide can be said to be distinctly post-Apartheid, post-colonial, and post-national. The White man lives in a world his race once dominated and in which Black and Brown are now colonizers, in which European heritage is being taken away piece by piece: cultural heroes, literature, popular icons, identity ultimately, everything. *The Great Erasure*, the first volume of *Radix Journal*, explores these themes, with particular emphasis on contemporary South Africa.
Contributors include Richard Spencer (Editor), K.R. Bolton, Edmund Connelly, Paul Deussen, Samuel Francis, Alex Kurtagic, Colin Liddell, Kevin MacDonald, Andy Nowicki, Derek Turner, Elizabeth Wright.
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A Note on eBooks
For better and for worse, Amazon and Apple sell eBooks in formats that only work on their respective digital platforms. Amazon's eBooks can be read with just about any major device, since the Kindle Reader application is widely available. Apple's iBooks, on the other hand, can only be read on the iPad (though soon they will be on the Mac).
That said, Apple's iBooks are suprior to Amazon's Kindle books. Whereas the Kindle version of RADIX is simply the text and images, the iBook is a much more aesthetically robust volume, which captures the spirit of the print edition. So, if you don't mind the drawbacks, I would recommend buying the iBook. (The two versions are the same price.)
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