Race War

A race war refers to hostilities between ethnic groups divided on the basis of racial group or other ethnic classification. The term may refer to specific violent acts or to general hostilities between ethnic groups.

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Sharon Tate - Death and Aftermath - Arrest and Trial of The Manson Family
... a hippie group and its leader Charles Manson, a thwarted musician who believed that a race war was imminent ... Manson believed that he would bring about the race war by having his followers slaughter wealthy people in their homes and cast suspicion on militant groups such as the Black Panthers ... Manson expected these groups to win the race war, and predicted that they would make him their leader when they realized they were too inept to govern the new society ...
Race War - Fictional Scenarios
... the overthrow of the United States federal government, nuclear war, and, ultimately, to a race war leading to the extermination of all Jews and non-whites ... a science fiction novel called Aftermath about a future civil war in the United States which began about 2020 and evolved into a race war ... The novel takes place in about the year 2025 and is about the aftermath of this war ...

Famous quotes containing the words war and/or race:

    Physical nature lies at our feet shackled with a hundred chains. What of the control of human nature? Do not point to the triumphs of psychiatry, social services or the war against crime. Domination of human nature can only mean the domination of every man by himself.
    Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)

    There are times when they seem so small! And then again, although they never seem large, there is a vastness behind them, a past of indefinite complexity and marvel, an amazing power of absorbing and assimilating, which forces one to suspect some power in the race so different from our own that one cannot understand that power. And ... whatever doubts or vexations one has in Japan, it is only necessary to ask oneself: “Well, who are the best people to live with?”
    Lafcadio Hearn (1850–1904)