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John Derbyshire


1945   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
educated at: University College London, Northampton School for Boys
occupation: author, journalist, writer, podcaster

John Derbyshire (born 3 June 1945) is a British-born American paleoconservative political commentator, writer, journalist and computer programmer. He formerly wrote a column in National Review before moving to a staff position at the white nationalist website VDARE, where he continues to work. He has also written for the New English Review. His columns cover a broad range of political-cultural topics, including immigration, China, history, mathematics, and race. Derbyshire's 1996 novel Seeing Calvin Coolidge in a Dream was a New York Times "Notable Book of the Year". His 2004 non-fiction book Prime Obsession won the Mathematical Association of America's inaugural Euler Book Prize. A political book, We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism, was released in September 2009. Derbyshire has been described as a figure within the alt-right movement.
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Prime Obsession

book by John Derbyshire

author: John Derbyshire


Seeing Calvin Coolidge in a Dream

book by John Derbyshire

author: John Derbyshire


We Are Doomed

book by John Derbyshire

author: John Derbyshire


From the dissident right

author: John Derbyshire

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author: John Derbyshire



Gibt es einen Kunstinstinkt? ( 2009 )

article by John Derbyshire published in Merkur (2009), no. 721, pp. 535-540.

author: John Derbyshire

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