Revilo P. Oliver
America’s Decline: The Education of a Conservative
Sussex, England: Historical Review Press, 2006
If there is anything that shows the state of the Dispossessed Majority and the Great Replacement as it existed in the early twentieth century it is Woodrow Wilson’s boyhood home in Staunton, Virginia. The home, which is a museum open to the public for tours, is adjacent to the Presbyterian Church where Wilson’s father served as pastor. Between the home and the church is a Jewish synagogue.
The political circumstances in America between the presidencies of Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt is one where the native white Americans lost out to globalist Jews and other minorities. This displacement continues today. One of the far-seeing...