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The gene flow between human populations makes race boundaries always more
or less blurred. Consider three groups of people, for example: Scandinavians,
Japanese, and Congolese. Every individual will probably be easily placeable in ...
group genes, the race differences would probably be resolved into gene
frequency differences. It is fair to say that the studies on blood types and similar
traits have, so far at least, helped more to understand races than to classify them.
course, that races cannot be equal because they differ in the average brain size,
the average I.Q., etc. Now, there is no reason to believe that small differences in
the brain volumes are any indication of different mental capacities; the I.Q. tests ...
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This is a freshman level college anthology. Any anthology of course suffers from having to include too much, to having to exclude other items. This one seems quite workable. Read full review
THE NECESSITY FOR THINKING
John Henry Newman
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
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