From the Dissident Right is, as its subtitle says, a collection of essays on the National Question written, mostly for VDARE.com, from 2001 to 2013.
I explained the book's origins here.
Chapter headings (following a brief author's introduction) are as follows.
- The Talk: Nonblack Version
- Talking Back
- Larry Auster's additions to "The Talk"
- Who are we? — the "Dissident Right"?
- John Derbyshire — the gift that keeps on giving!
- Nice guys get illegal immigrants
- Enoch Powell's revenge
- The war against white trash
- Diversity Boot Camp
- Flashman, Ron Paul, James Kirchick — and liberty
- The future of elite attitudes on race
- Amity Shlaes and the ballistic trajectory of political correctness
- What's so scary about Darwin?
- The Economist Magazine's Gloating Over Electing A New London
- What, exactly, is wrong with "racism"?
- The Roots of (White) Ethnomasochism
- J.D. vs. Robert Weissberg On Race, Ethnicity, And The Future Of America
- Was the conservative movement destined to go bad?
- A vade mecum for diversity conversations
- Address to the first VDARE.com webinar
- Today's forgotten men — the American white working class