We are living in a post-Christian America, where morality has been supplanted by a cultural relativism that threatens the future of our children and grandchildren. Increasingly we appear to be on the losing side of a cultural war. The resulting moral erosion is growing in our schools, our colleges, our entertainment media, our news media, our halls of justice, and rapidly reshaping our culture by altering the values of our children.
Praise for “Who’s Stealing Our Kids?”

“A national wake-up call sounding the alarm on how sinful forces are undermining timeless spiritual values that are so important to maintain to nurture the success of future generations, this unique book provides positive insight that, if applied, can push back against a culture that places too little value on morality.”

—Dr. Alveda King, Civil Rights Activist, Pro-Life Activist, Author, Christian Minister

“Everywhere we turn, from our schools to Hollywood to the media to the courts, children’s minds and souls are being usurped by the radical, secular left. Carol Swain and Steve Feazel tackle the immoral architects of the “new morality” in this trenchant and timely book—and show parents how to fight back.”

—Michelle Malkin, Author of Culture of Corruption and Who Built That

“Carol Swain and Steve Feazel have performed a great service by exposing the people and institutions behind some of the most important threats to the innocence and moral and spiritual health of children today. These authors remind us that those responsible for the education of our young people frequently betray our trust by preaching to them the false catechism of me-generation “if it feels good, do it” liberalism. We owe it to our children and grandchildren to inform ourselves and to fight back.”

—Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University

“Carol and Steve take a historical approach to the demise of our culture and to the loss of the hearts and minds of our children. In knowing where to go, you have to understand where you have been. This work lays out the basis of how to recapture the culture wars and save our children.”

—Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)

“At last, a book that gives parents hope in the cultural war to keep their children free from the destructive forces of a humanistic society.”

—Melissa Ohden, Abortion Survivor and Nationally Known Pro-Life Speaker

“This powerful book will motivate you to become an agent of change for our nation’s declining culture. It is easily readable, thought-provoking, and action-oriented. The authors bring light to darkness. Why don’t you step up to the plate and join Dr. Carol Swain and Steve Feazel as they fight to save our nation by restoring Judeo-Christian values and principles to guide future generations?”

—Suellen Roberts, Founder and President, Christian Women in Media, CEO of Global Media Summit

Praise for Be the People

Be the People is a courageous analysis of today’s most pressing issues, exposing the deceptions by the cultural elite and urging ‘We the People’ to restore America’s faith and values.”

—Sean Hannity, New York Times Best-Selling Author, Syndicated Radio Host, The Sean Hannity Show, Fox News Channel Host, Hannity

“Dr. Swain’s Be the People is an excellent piece of work—a thorough and honest examination of how politics and America’s history intertwine in the real world. Dr. Swain explores many public policy topics. I strongly recommend her chapter on immigration policy and politics; she provides a thoughtful examination of a complex topic that often generates strong feelings.”

—Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX-21) Chair, Committee on The Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives

“Carol Swain is that rarest of rare things: a distinguished university professor and prominent public intellectual who is willing to stand up and speak out for God and country. Far from considering herself to be superior to her fellow citizens for whom religious faith, old-fashioned virtues, and a spirit of patriotism are cherished values, she encourages—and, indeed, challenges—the people of the United States to be more intensely devoted to what Lincoln referred to at Gettysburg as ‘this nation, under God.’ Be the People is a ringing affirmation of the central principles of the American republic and the traditions of faith and thought that brought it into being. Professor Swain does not turn a blind eye to America’s failings, be they the enslavement of her fellow African-Americans earlier in our history or the abandonment of the unborn to abortion, but she reminds us that the key to reform is—as it always has been—renewed fidelity to the principles of liberty and justice on which this great and good nation was founded.”

—Robert P. George McCormick, Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University

Debating Immigration by Carol M. Swain (Apr 30, 2007)

Debating Immigration presents 18 original essays, written by some of the world’s leading experts and preeminent scholars, that explore the nuances of contemporary immigration and citizenship affecting the United States and Europe. The volume is organized around the following themes: religion and philosophy, law and policy, economics and demographics, race and ethnicity, and cosmopolitanism. Critical questions addressed include: What accounts for the disconnect between public attitudes about immigration and the policies produced by elected officials? Why has the United States not developed a well-articulated public philosophy of immigration?

The New White Nationalism in America: Its Challenge to Integration by Carol M. Swain (Feb 23, 2004)

Over the past ten years, a new white nationalist movement has gained strength in America, bringing with it the potential to disrupt already fragile race relations. Eschewing violence, this movement seeks to expand its influence mainly through argument and persuasion directed at its target audience of white Americans aggrieved over racial double standards, race-based affirmative action policies, high black-on-white crime rates, and liberal immigration policies. The movement has also been energized, Swain contends, by minority advocacy of multiculturalism. Due to its emphasis on group self-determination, multiculturalism has provided white nationalists with justification for advocating a parallel form of white solidarity. In addition, as Swain illustrates, technological advances such as the Internet have made it easier than ever before for white nationalists to reach a more mainstream audience. Swain’s study is intended as a wake-up call to all Americans who cherish the Civil Rights Era vision of an integrated America, a common humanity, and equality before God and the law.


Black Faces, Black Interests: The Representation of African Americans in Congress by Carol M. Swain (Apr 5, 2006)

Winner of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award from the American Political Science Association; the D.B. Hardeman Prize for the best scholarly work on Congress from the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation; and co-winner of the V.O. Key Award from the Southern Political Science Association; Selected by Library Choice Journal as one of seven “Outstanding Academic Books of 1994”

Through analysis of both black and white members of Congress, Black Faces, Black Interests challenges the proposition that only African Americans can represent black interests effectively and argues for black and white representatives to form coalitions to better serve their constituents. Since its publication in 1993, this book has been cited three times by the U.S. Supreme Court and has spawned numerous studies of minority representation. This enlarged edition features a new chapter entitled “Black Congressional Representation since 1992.”


Contemporary Voices of White Nationalism in America by Carol M. Swain and Russ Nieli (Mar 24, 2003)

This book presents ten alarmingly candid interviews by some of the most prominent members of what co-editors Carol M. Swain and Russ Nieli warn is a growing White Nationalist movement. The ten people interviewed in this volume make statements that are sure to shock, amuse, challenge, and provoke readers. Their remarks are of particular interest, Swain and Nieli believe, for understanding how the many race-conscious whites who lie outside the integrationist consensus on racial issues in America view developments that have taken place in the United States since the Civil Rights movement. If current trends continue, the authors predict, these ideas will become more common, especially as whites become a diminishing portion of the U.S. population. They argue that the claims of white nationalists need to be aired in open, public forums, where they can be vigorously challenged and subjected to refutation. Carol M. Swain is Professor of Political Science and Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of Black Faces, Black Interests (Harvard, 1993). She has published numerous articles including the op-eds in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Chronicle of Higher Education and lectures widely across the country, on issues ranging from congressional redistricting to the future of affirmative action programs. Swain was one of twelve children born into rural poverty, is a high school dropout, and a first generation college student who started her education at a community college and went on to receive a doctorate and law degree. She spent the first ten years of her career teaching at Princeton University, where she was a tenured professor of political science and public policy at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. A former Fulbright Scholar, Russ Nieli is currently a lecturer in politics at Princeton University. His areas of academic interest run the gammet from Wittgenstein to race relations, and he is currently working on a book on the decline of the inner-city African American communities in the decades following the Civil Rights Revolution of the 1960’s.



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