One Sheaf, One Vine


169,0 kr

Robert S. Griffin is perhaps best known for his book ”The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds” which 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.

One Sheaf, One Vine collects interviews with 17 different people from very different areas of society, which explains his views on race and how it affects their lives. The men and women involved in the book is no organizers or leaders, it is ordinary workers; a postman from Philadelphia, a college student from Texas, a lawyer from New York City, a business owner from Washington State, a teacher from Chicago, and so on.
That all these people share is the conviction that there is a coincidence or unimportant detail that they belong to the white race but it is a central part of how they see themselves and how they design their lives.


Author: Robert S. Griffin
Pages: 162
Binding: Softcover
Published: 2003
Language: English
ISBN: 1-4107441-9-1

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