"The attacks on Columbus are
attacks on civilization itself, but this very readable book is a spirited defense of both.
Marshalling "unmentionable" facts suppressed by the multiculturalist
establishment, Tom Bowden lays before the reader's eyes the primitive, sordid, brutal
nature of savage life and shows why the American Indians should revere Columbus as their
liberator. Championing the Objectivist standard of value--man's life--Mr. Bowden dispels
the fog of cultural relativism to demonstrate the objective superiority of Western