about immigration, population and resources, race relations and related issues

The inclusion of a publication here does not imply endorsement but only that it is in some way relevant and of use or interest.


John Bercow. Incoming Assets: Why Tories should change policy on immigration and asylum. Social Market Foundation, 2005.

George J. Borjas. Heaven's door: immigration policy and the American economy. Princeton University Press. new edition, 2001, paperback, 288 pages. ISBN: 9780691088969. $29.95.

Peter Brimelow. Alien nation: common sense about America's immigration disaster. Harper Perennial, 1996, paperback, 384 pages. ISBN: 0060976918.

Anthony Browne. Do we need mass immigration? The economic, demographic, environmental, social and developmental arguments against large-scale net immigration to Britain. Civitas: Institute for the Study of Civil Society. 2nd edition, 2005, paperback, xxiv,167 pages. ISBN: 1903386233. £9.

Charles M. Campbell. Betrayal & deceit: the politics of Canadian immigration. Jasmine Books, 2000, paperback, 231 pages. ISBN: 9780968673805. Canadian $17.42.

David Conway. A nation of immigrants? A brief demographic history of Britain. Civitas: Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 2007, paperback, viii,104 pages. ISBN: 9781903386583. £7.50.

Leo Lucassen. The immigrant threat: the integration of old and new migrants in Western Europe since 1850. University of Illinois Press, 2006, paperback, 280 pages. ISBN: 0252072944. £16.95.

Ashley Mote. Overcrowded Britain: our immigration crisis exposed. Tanner Publishing, 2003, paperback, xviii,132 pages. ISBN: 0954012410. £8.95. Available (postage-free in UK) from Gazelle Book Services Ltd, Falcon House, Queen Square, Lancaster LA1 1RN; tel: 01524 68765. "This book looks at the facts and consequences of large-scale immigration. ... This crisis is centred on those still coming, the sheer numbers in which they are coming, the illegal means they use to enter, the effect they have on local communities expected to accommodate them, and the drain they inflict on the finite resources of the UK."

Steve Moxon. The great immigration scandal. Imprint Academic. 2nd edition, 2006, paperback, 283 pages. ISBN: 184540078X. £8.95. "With no strong feelings one way or the other about immigration, it was only after I was suspended [from his job as an immigration caseworker, for having blown the whistle on widespread abuse] that I looked at the research and was astounded to find there was no case at all for the unprecedented mass net inward migration Britain is now experiencing. This is the biggest scandal of all."

Daniel Stoffman. Who gets in: what's wrong with Canada's immigration program - and how to fix it. Macfarlane, Walter & Ross, 2002, hardback, 216 pages. ISBN: 9781551990958. Canada's immigration program used to be run in the national interest. Now it belongs to those who benefit from it, either politically or economically. Who Gets In shows how this came about.

Chilton Williamson. The immigration mystique: America's false conscience. Basic Books, 1996, hardback, 224 pages. ISBN: 0465032869. Williamson views immigration as a moral rather than an economic issue. He examines the potentially adverse effects of immigration on national identity, social and political order, cultural cohesion, population growth, the natural environment, and upon the immigrants themselves.

Robert Winder. Bloody foreigners: the story of immigration to Britain. Abacus (Time Warner Book Group UK), 2005, paperback, xiv,545 pages. ISBN: 0349115664. £8.99. First published in 2004 in Great Britain by Little, Brown. "Few put the case for immigration as persuasively ... He demonstrates that without it Britain would be much impoverished and much less interesting" (Scottish Sunday Herald).


George J. Borjas [ed.]. Issues in the economics of immigration. University of Chicago Press, 2000.

George J. Borjas. The economic benefits from immigration. National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1994.

Jonathan Coppel, Jean-Christophe Dumon and Ignazio Visco. Trends in immigration and economic consequences. OECD, Paris, 2001.

Ricardo Faini, Jaime de Melo and Klaus Zimmermann [eds.]. Migration, the controversies and the evidence. Centre for Economic Policy Research, Cambridge, 1999.

Diane Francis. Immigration: the economic case. Key Porter Books, 2002, paperback, 228 pages. ISBN: 9781552635322. Canadian$ 21.95.

Timothy J. Hatton and Jeffrey G. Williamson. The age of mass migration: causes and economic impact. Oxford University Press, 1998.

Julian L. Simon. The economic consequences of immigration. Basil Blackwell, 1989.


Edmund Davey. Jack Parsons on human population competition: a short synopsis of his major work. Population Policy Press, 2002, paperback, xvi,102 pages. ISBN: 0954197836. £5. The major work is 'Population competition for security or attack'.

James P. Duguid. Population, resources and the quality of life. Population Policy Press. 2nd edition, 2004, paperback, [2],xvi,108 pages. ISBN: 1904791034.

Tim Dyson. Population and food: global trends and future prospects. 1996. The author is Professor of Population Studies, London School of Economics.

Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich. Population, resources, environment. W.H. Freeman and Co., San Francisco, 1970.

Lindsey Grant. The collapsing bubble: growth and fossil energy. Seven Locks Press, 2005, 74 pages. ISBN: 193164358X. $9.95.

Edward C. Hartman. The population fix: breaking America's addiction to population growth. Think Population Press, 2006, paperback, 238 pages. ISBN: 0977612503. $18.50. There is also a hardbound edition at $24.50. For further details see

Thom Hartmann. The last hours of ancient sunlight. Hodder and Stoughton. Revised, 2001.

McEvedy and Jones. The atlas of world population history. 1978.

Jack Parsons. Population fallacies. Population Policy Press, 1977, 300 pages. ISBN: 0301740313. £12.50.

Jack Parsons. Population competition for security or attack: a study of the perilous pursuit of power through weight of numbers. Population Policy Press. 4th edition, 2002, CD-ROM. ISBN: 095419781X. £25.

C. Russell and W.M.S. Russell. Population crises and population cycles. The Galton Institute, London, 1999.

William Stanton. The rapid growth of human populations 1750-2000: histories, consequences, issues - nation by nation. Multi-Science Publishing Company Ltd, 2003, A4, paperback, vi,229 pages. ISBN: 0906522218. £25.


Andrew G. Boston. The legacy of Jihad: Islamic holy war and the fate of non-Muslims. Prometheus Books, 2005, hardback, 759 pages. ISBN: 9781591023074. $29.00.

Geoff Dench, Kate Gavron and Michael Young. The new East End. Profile Books Ltd, 2006, paperback, 288 pages. ISBN: 1861979282. £15.99. An analysis of people and their lives in the East End of London, the huge influx of Bangladeshi families and, among other aspects, the effect of government housing policies on race relations.

Norman Dennis, George Erdos, Ahmed Al-Shahi. Racist murder and pressure group politics: the Macpherson report and the police. Civitas: Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 2000, paperback, xx,178 pages. ISBN: 1903386055. £6.

Roger Hewitt. White backlash and the politics of multiculturalism. Cambridge University Press, 2005, paperback, 182 pages. ISBN: 0521520894. £17.99. Hardback also available. Political and sociological study of institutional racism and hostility to governments' multiculturalism among white working-class communities in south London and in other countries.

Russell Lewis. Race warriors. New European Publications, 2003.


Jerome H. Barkow [editor]. Missing the revolution: Darwinism for social scientists. Oxford University Press, 2006, hardback, 302 pages. ISBN: 9780195130027. £29.99. While this academic book is not directly relevant here, of interest are the clearly political motives of many social scientists in their approach to scientific theories.

Bruce Bawer. While Europe slept: how radical Islam is destroying the West from within. Doubleday, 2006, hardback, 256 pages. ISBN: 0385514727. $23.95. "Having recently published an indictment of Christian fundamentalist intolerance in the U.S. (Stealing Jesus), ... Bawer ... found an even more dangerous strain of religious and cultural bigotry ensnaring Western Europe. ... Worse, the Taliban-like theocracy Bawer sees looming inside backward immigrant populations resistant to integration flourishes under the protective wing of Western Europe's America-bashing, multicultural, liberal establishment."

Anthony Browne. The retreat of reason: political correctness and the corruption of public debate in modern Britain. Civitas: Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 2006, paperback. ISBN: 1903386470. £9.50.

Arthur C. Helton. The price of indifference: refugees and humanitarian action in the new century. Oxford University Press, 2002, xii,314 pages. ISBN: hardbound: 0199250308; paperbound 0199250316. £26.25. Author is Senior Fellow for Refugee Studies and Preventive Action, Council on Foreign Relations, New York.

David Miles. The tribes of Britain. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2005, hardback, 480 pages. ISBN: 0297830864. £20. "Who are the English, the Irish, the Scots and the Welsh? - a ragbag of migrants, reflecting thousands of years of continuity and change." "Britain has been a nation of migrants for over half a million years. ... Yet amongst the apparent sea of change genetic evidence and archaeology have also revealed remarkable continuity: most Britons are descended from Ice Age hunters."

Trevor Phillips and Mike Phillips. Windrush: the irresistible rise of multi-racial Britain. HarperCollins, 1999, paperback, 464 pages. ISBN: 0006530397. £6.99. Hardback also available. Tells the story of the 500 West Indians who arrived in a merchant ship, the Empire Windrush, through the eyes of the survivors of that first voyage, their descendants, friends and colleagues.

Melanie Phillips. Londonistan: how Britain is creating a terror state within. Gibson Square Books, 2006, hardback, 304 pages. ISBN: 1903933765. £14.99. "Paralysed by minority rights and the terror of Islamist violence, the British establishment is even now failing to confront the religious fanaticism in its midst and is choosing instead to appease it. Meanwhile, the post-modernist onslaught upon the concept of truth itself has produced such confusion that, instead of standing up to the ideas that threaten democracy, many in Britain now subscribe to the false narrative of those who are laying siege to their society."

Melanie Phillips. Londonistan: how Britain is creating a terror state within. Gibson Square. 2nd edition, 2007, paperback, 384 pages. ISBN: 9781903933909. £8.99. Reprint of hardback edition with a new afterword.

Frank Salter. On genetic interests: family, ethny and humanity in an age of mass migration. Peter Lang, 2003, paperback, 388 pages. ISBN: 3631503423 and 0820460648.

Patrick West. The poverty of multiculturalism. Civitas: Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 80 pages. ISBN: 1903386462. £9.50.

Peter Wood. Diversity: the invention of a concept. Encounter Books, 2003, hardback, viii,351 pages. ISBN: 1893554627. An imposter 'diversity', born in the 1970s, has replaced that of earlier times. 'In just a few years, diversity has become America's most visible cultural ideal. ... He describes how diversity has come to dominate politics, law, education, business, entertainment, personal aspiration, religious faith and the arts in an all-encompassing claim about personal fate and human identity.' The author is a professor of anthropology.

Contact details for some publishers:
Civitas: Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 77 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2EZ. Tel: 020 7799 6677. E-mail: Internet site:
Imprint Academic, PO Box 200, Exeter EX5 5YX; Philosophy Documentation Center, PO Box 7147, Charlottesville, VA 22906-7147, USA
Multi-Science Publishing Co. Ltd., 5 Wates Way, Brentwood, Essex CM15 9TB; PO Box 176, Avenel, New Jersey 07001, USA
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