Fascist ideologist Roger Pearson, a Pioneer Fund
beneficiary ($568,000 from 1981-1991) and author of Eugenics and
Race, published by Willis Carto's notoriously anti-Semitic
Noontide Press, argues that the white race is endangered by inferior
genetic stock, but with proper use of modern biological technology
"a new super-generation" descended from "only the
fittest" of the previous generation can be produced. The
first nation to adopt such a scientific breeding program, Pearson
contends, "would dominate the rest of the world."
In 1965 Pearson became editor of Western Destiny,
a magazine established by Carto and dedicated to spreading fascist
ideology. Using the pseudonym [link to deposition] of Stephan
Langton, Pearson then became the editor of The New Patriot, a
short-lived magazine published in 1966-67 to conduct "a responsible
but penetrating inquiry into every aspect of the Jewish Question,"
which included articles such as "Zionists and the Plot Against
South Africa," "Early Jews and the Rise of Jewish Money
Power," and "Swindlers of the Crematoria."
Despite Pearson's long history of association
with neo-Nazi groups, he was appointed in 1977 to the original
board of editors of Policy Review, a journal published by the
respected Heritage Foundation, a conservative political research
organization in Washington, D.C. Perhaps the clearest indication
of Pearson's acceptance into the mainstream is the letter
of support he received from then President Ronald Reagan, thanking
Pearson for his "substantial contribution to promotion and
upholding those ideals and principles that we value at home and
Pearson and Cattell have been longtime associates.
Cattell has published numerous times in Pearson's Mankind Quarterly
and Pearson has published a number of Cattell's monographs.