Kevin Lamb is the managing editor of The Social
and secretary/treasurer of the Center for National Research. He is
the founding editor of The Occidental Quarterly (TOQ), a magazine that
addresses vital issues facing the survival of Western societies. He
left TOQ in September 2007.
Previously he was managing editor of Human Events newspaper, and a
library assistant at Newsweek magazine.
Mr. Lamb worked with the late writer and editor Sam Francis in assembling
and marshalling to press the book Race and the American Prospect: Essays
on the Racial Realities of Our Nation and Our Time.
His writings have appeared on VDARE.com and in National
Review; Chronicles; Human Events; Mankind Quarterly; Middle American
News; Conservative Review; The Journal of Social, Political, and
Economic Studies; The Social Contract; The Asian Wall Street Journal; and Right Now!
Mr. Lamb has a B.A. in journalism and masters degree in political
science from Indiana University. He is a graduate of the National Journalism
He served in the Marine Corps Reserves from 1981 to 1986, receiving
an honorable discharge at the rank of sergeant.
An avid reader, aficionado of classical orchestral music, and editor
in exile, he is currently working on several long-range writing projects
dealing with immigration, conservatism, race, and political correctness,
including a major work on the sociobiology of race, character, and
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