Published: Matthew Dentice

Matthew S. Dentice (English) has written an opinion piece, "Anglo Saxonism and America's History of Racial Injustice" for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Religion and Ethics portal. This article explores the ways in which a persistent idealization of and identification with the Anglo-Saxons has fueled the United States' long history of racist policy-making and examines the contemporary debate surrounding the recent revival of political Anglo-Saxonism in America. He is a graduate student.

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