Living WhiteRobert S. Griffin
Robert S. Griffin is perhaps best known for his book ”The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds” is a book that deals with near Dr. William Pierce’s life. In conjunction with Professor Griffin began to get to know Pierce and what he really worked for it started to also become increasingly clear to Griffin that Pierce had indeed right in what he was fighting for. It was an awakening for Griffin, who was then 60 years old, and he has since continued his writing.
Living White, Writings on Race 2000-2005, is a collection of articles, excerpts from Griffin’s two books from this era and several other texts all tied together in a very good way. The book is about and discuss how they should look at his life as racially conscious and the trials it means to work for his people’s survival in this time.
Professor Griffin takes the book also addresses lessons can be taken by people such as George Lincoln Rockwell and William Pierce and the book is highly recommended.
Author: Robert S. Griffin