Might is Right by Ragnar Readbeard, 1890

Might Is Right or The Survival of the Fittest is a famous book by the pseudonymous author Ragnar Redbeard. It was first published in 1890 and has been reissued at least sixteen times since, with some editions featuring extra or fewer chapters and different chapter orders. In the book, Redbeard argues the philosophy that might is the deciding factor in all things and that victory is the only thing that can be considered right under the laws of nature. Might Is Right is both racialist and explicitly anti-Christian, claiming Christianity to be contrary to natural law and a detrimental foreign influence upon Aryans. It is also anti-feminist, and supports the traditional role of women as opposed to the modern notion of sexual equality. As well as its prose chapters, the book also features several poems on like themes.

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