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Kevin Lamb is an American freelance writer. He is the managing editor of The Social Contract, a public-affairs quarterly journal and briefly served as communications director of the National Policy Institute.
A graduate of Indiana University with degrees in journalism and political science, Lamb formerly worked as managing editor of Human Events (2002–2005). However, he was criticized by the Southern Poverty Law Center for allegedly holding "racist" views and subsequently resigned.
Lamb was a founding editor of The Occidental Quarterly. In 2007, he resigned as editor in the wake of a purge of the editorial staff. Since his departure, Lamb has not had any involvement with TOQ.
Lamb assisted the late Samuel T. Francis in assembling, editing and publishing a seminal collection of essays, titled Race and the American Prospect: Essays on the Racial Realities of Our Nation and Our Time, published in 2006.
He has written one book, titled The Open-Borders Network: How a Web of Ethnic Activists, Journalists, Corporations, Politicians, Lawyers, and Clergy Undermine U.S. Border Security and National Sovereignty (2007).
- Lamb, Kevin (2009). "Ex-Insider Asks: What About Human Events' un-PC Past?," V Dare, September 12.
- Lamb, Kevin (2005). "The Leftward Course Of Human Events," V Dare, September 22.
- "The New Racialists," Southern Poverty Law Center: Intelligence Report, Summer 2006.
- Lamb, Kevin (2012). "Remembering Newsweek—And the Bell Curve Wars," V Dare, October 21.
- Vining, Jr., Daniel R. (2006). "The Importance of Race Today," The Occidental Quarterly, Vol. VI, No. 3, pp. 87-92.
- The Open-Borders Network - Kevin Lamb's 2007 book on immigration
- Works by Kevin Lamb, at Unz.org
- Kevin Lamb's articles for The Social Contract
- Kevin Lamb's articles for The Occidental Observer
- Lamb Amongst Wolves
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