Biology of the Race Problem - WC George. Ph. D.

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By Professor Wesley Critz George. This astonishing book, written by a Professor of Histology and Embryology, emeritus, and former head of the Department of Anatomy, University of North Carolina Medical School, was commissioned by the Governor of Alabama, 1962 in an attempt to scientifically establish if there was a biological basis to race.

The results of Professor George’s research were dramatic: race is a biological reality, despite liberal bleating. This superb overview provides an insight into physical differences which impact upon intelligence, behaviour and environment.

Contents

Some Authorities Cited

Introduction

I. Are All Babies Approximately Uniform And Equal When They Are Born

II. The Mechanism Of Heredity

III. Are There Fundamental Differences Between The White And Negro Races?

A. Non-morphological Racial Differences

B. Intelligence Tests

C. Race and Crime

IV. Physical Bases For Intellectual And Behavioral Differences

V. Genetics, Behavior And Breed Differences In Animals

A. The Findings of Stockard and Associates

B. Relation of Morphology to Behavior Traits in Different Breeds of Dogs

C. Physical and Behavioral Disharmonies

D. Corroboration by Others

VI. Inheritance Of Intelligence And Behavior In Man

A. The Genetics of Genius

B. The Genetics of Crime

C. The Genetics of Mental Abnormality

D. Other Witnesses to the Hereditary Basis for Intelligence and Behavior

VII. Are Racial Differences Hereditary?

A. The Origin of Racial Differences

VIII. Should We Promote Racial Amalgamation?

A. The Historical Record of the Negro Race

B. The “Historical Accident” Explanation

C. The “Hot Climate” Explanation

D. Heredity vs. Environment in Negro History

IX. A Guide To Social Justice And National Greatness

X. The Influence Of Franz Boas


80 pages in English

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