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Title White nation : fantasies of white supremacy in a multicultural society / Ghassan Hage.
Imprint New York, NY : Routledge ; Annandale, NSW : Pluto Press, 2000, ©1998.


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Description 1 online resource (280 pages)
Series Radical writing
Radical writing.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 266-272) and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
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Subject Australia -- Race relations.
Whites -- Race identity -- Australia.
Multiculturalism -- Australia.
Multiculturalism -- Australia -- History.
Genre History.
Contents Chapter 1 Evil White Nationalists 1: The Function of the Hand in the Execution of Nationalist Practices 27 -- Chapter 2 Evil White Nationalists 2: The 'White Nation' Fantasy 48 -- Chapter 3 Good White Nationalists: The Tolerant Society as a 'White Nation' Fantasy 78 -- Appendix to chapter 3 Ethnic Caging 105 -- Chapter 4 White Multiculturalism: A Manual for the Proper Usage of Ethnics 117 -- Chapter 5 White National Zoology: The Pro-Asian Republic Fantasy 141 -- Chapter 6 Ecological Nationalism: Green Parks/White Nation 165 -- Chapter 7 Discourse of Anglo Decline 1: The Spectre of Cosmopolitan Whiteness 179 -- Chapter 8 Discourse of Anglo Decline 2: The Role of 'Asians' in the Destruction of the 'White Race' 209 -- Chapter 9 Containment of the Multicultural Real: From the 'Immigration Debates' to White Neo-Fascism 232.
Summary Using the experience of immigration policy and the rise of Pauline Hanson's neo-fascist One Nation party in Australia, Hage (anthropology, U. of Sydney) argues that white racists and tolerant multiculturists both see their nation structured around a white culture that they control, with aboriginal people and migrants as exotic objects. His study was first published in 1998 by Pluto Press in Australia and Comerford and Miller in Britain. c. Book News Inc.
Other Title Print version: Hage, Ghassan. White nation. New York, NY : Routledge ; Annandale, NSW : Pluto Press, 2000, ©1998 0415929237