Race and intelligence

| October 12, 2012 |
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There is no more explosive issue in human genetics than the issue of race and IQ. Ron Unz, a leading thinker in what’s called the ‘human biodiversity’ movement, framed the ongoing debate in a July cover story in the American Conservative. It stimulated dozens of responses and counter-responses, discussing everything from the dangers of racial categorization to the role of the “Flynn Effect” in interpreting IQ data.

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