A discussion of the legacy of John Tanton, the father of contemporary nativism and a principal exponent of the idea of an ethnic "replacement" of white Americans.
SOURCE: Mother Jones
John Tanton donated 25 boxes of documents related to his work with anti-immigration advocacy organizations beginning in the 1960s. The gift stipulated that much of the collection be sealed until 2035. An immigration advocate says that Tanton's connections to right-wing anti-immigrant groups and the pro-eugenics Pioneer Fund means the university should unseal the papers now.
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