SETTLERS HTML EDITION

BASED ON THE MORNINGSTAR PRESS 1989 EDITION

The minority puts a dogmatic view in place of the critical, and an idealist one in place of the materialist. They regard mere discontent, instead of real conditions, as the driving wheel of revolution. Whereas we tell the workers: You have to go through 15, 20, 50 years of civil wars and national struggles, not only in order to change conditions but also to change yourselves and make yourselves capable of political rule; you, on the contrary, say: “We must come to power immediately, or else we may as well go to sleep.” Whilst we make a special point of directing the German workers’ attention to the underdeveloped state of the German proletariat, you flatter the national feeling and the status-prejudice of the German artisans in the crudest possible way—which, admittedly is more popular. Just as the word “people” has been made holy by the democrats, so the word “proletariat” has been made holy by you.

Karl Marx — on the 1850 split in the German Communist League

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

I. THE HEART OF WHITENESS

  1. The Land is the Basis of Nationhood
  2. The Foundations of Settler Life
  3. Euro-Amerikan Social Structure

II. STRUGGLES & ALLIANCES

III. THE CONTRADICTIONS OF NATION & CLASS

  1. Crisis Within the Slave System
  2. Slavery vs. Settlerism

IV. SETTLER TRADE-UNIONISM

  1. The Rise of White Labor
  2. The Popular Appeal of Genocide
  3. White Labor Against the Oppressed
  4. The Test of Black Reconstruction
  5. The Contradictions of White Labor

V. COLONIALISM, IMPERIALISM & LABOR ARISTOCRACY

  1. The "Bourgeois Proletariat"
  2. Settler Opposition to Imperialism
  3. The U.S. And South Afrikan Settlerism

VI. THE U.S. INDUSTRIAL PROLETARIAT

  1. "The Communistic and Revolutionary Races"
  2. Industrial Unionism

VII. BREAKTHROUGH OF THE C.I.O.

  1. Unification of the White Workers
  2. Labor Offensive From Below
  3. New Deal & Class Struggles
  4. The CIO's Integration & Imperialist Labor Policy

VIII. IMPERIALIST WAR & THE NEW AMERIKAN ORDER

  1. G.I. Joe Defends His Supermarket
  2. The Political Character of the War
  3. The War On the "Home Front"

IX. NEO-COLONIAL PACIFICATION IN THE U.S.

  1. Forcing "Democracy" on Native Amerikans
  2. The Rise of the Afrikan Nation
  3. To Disrupt the Nation
    1. Population Regroupment
  4. Neo-Colonialism and Leadership
  5. World War II and "Americanization"
    1. The March on Washington Movement
    2. The Need for Colonial Labor
    3. The Dislocation of Imperialist War
    4. Imperialist Civil Rights
    5. A Pause and a Beginning

X. 1950's REPRESSION & THE DECLINE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY U.S.A.

  1. The End of the Euro-Amerikan "Left"
  2. McCarthyism & Repression
  3. The Case of Puerto Rico: Clearing the Ground for Neo-Colonialism

XI. THIS GREAT HUMANITY HAS CRIED 'ENOUGH'

XII. THE GLOBAL PLANTATION

  1. The Promotion of the Proletariat and Replacement by Third-World Labor
  2. New Babylon
    1. The Export of Production
    2. Hi-Tech & the Third World
    3. Undocumented Colonial Labor

XIII. KLASS, KULTURE & KOMMUNITY

  1. Philistine Mode of Life
  2. The Garrison Community
  3. The Poor & Exploited
  4. U.S. Settlerism & Zionism

XIV. TACTICAL & STRATEGIC


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