This is hopelessly ahistorical. List died in 1846, well before imperialism was understood in Marxist terms. Perhaps Rakesh wants to use a non-Marxist definition of imperialism to go along with his non-Marxist definition of fascism. Why not go all the way.
>8. I find Arno's interpretation of the miscegenation passage not very
>persuasive. List was not opposed to slavery in order to encourage
>miscegenation but because he was a voice of the industrial bourgeoisie.
Voice of the industrial bourgeoisie? You mean like the Northerners who Marx cheered on against the slavocracy in the pages of the Herald Tribune? What a fascistic deviation on Marx's part to support the imperialistic south.
Louis Proyect (http://www.panix.com/~lnp3/marxism.html)