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Kevin Lamb

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).[1] However, he was criticized by the Southern Poverty Law Center for allegedly holding "racist" views and subsequently resigned.[2][3]

Prior to working at Human Events, he was a library assistant at Newsweek magazine, from 1989-2002.[4]

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.[5]

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).


  1. ^ Lamb, Kevin (2009). "Ex-Insider Asks: What About Human Events' un-PC Past?," V Dare, September 12.
  2. ^ Lamb, Kevin (2005). "The Leftward Course Of Human Events," V Dare, September 22.
  3. ^ "The New Racialists," Southern Poverty Law Center: Intelligence Report, Summer 2006.
  4. ^ Lamb, Kevin (2012). "Remembering Newsweek—And the Bell Curve Wars," V Dare, October 21.
  5. ^ Vining, Jr., Daniel R. (2006). "The Importance of Race Today," The Occidental Quarterly, Vol. VI, No. 3, pp. 87-92.

External links

  • The Open-Borders Network - Kevin Lamb's 2007 book on immigration
  • Works by Kevin Lamb, at
  • The Social ContractKevin Lamb's articles for
  • The Occidental ObserverKevin Lamb's articles for
  • Lamb Amongst Wolves

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