The majority of men resent and always have resented the idea of equality with most of their fellow men. The history of tribes and clans, of social classes and all nations, and of race antipathies in people own world, is an exemplification of this fight against equality and inability even to picture its possibility. A man lives not only in his physical environment and in the social environment of ideas and customs, laws and ideals; but that total environment is subjected to a new socio-physical environment of other groups, whose social environment he shares but in part. A man in the European sixteenth century was born not simply in the valley of the Thames or Seine, but in a certain social class and the environment of that class made and limited his world. The present attitude and action of the white world is based solely upon rational, deliberate intent.