Eric Kaufmann
Eric Kaufmann
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Eric is now Professor of Politics at the University of Buckingham.

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5-minute clip of me explaining some key aspects of Whiteshift on BBC Radio 4 Start the Week, with Andrew Marr, (full episode also features Frances Fukuyama and discussion on Identity Politics), Oct 14, 2018

30-minute televised interview, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, TV Ontario, Canada, Oct 14, 2018

hour-length long-form Triggernometry youtube interview with Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster, published Oct 28, 2018

On Ezra Klein Show,In defense of white backlash politics,’ Apr 15, 2019

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Download my first book The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America (2004) for free HERE.The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America, Eric Kaufmann

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Eric’s recent books have focused on the way national identity intersects with political demography – the politics of population change – and ideology. He has a continuing interest in questions of cultural left ideology, dominant-group ethnic identity and religious demography. His most recent trade press book, Whiteshift, argues that ethnic change underlies national populism and polarization and will not abate without a decline of diversity through ethnic assimilation. His previous book, Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth, argues that the more religious people are, regardless of income, faith tradition or education, the more children they have. Religious countries have faster population growth than secular ones which is why immigrants are typically much more religious than their secular host societies. The cumulative effect of immigration and religious fertility is to slow or reverse the secularisation process in the West.

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