The Bell Curve Wars

The Bell Curve Wars

Race, Intelligence, and the Future of America

Book - 1995
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The Bell Curve by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray has generated a firestorm of debate, confirming for some their secret belief in the innate inferiority of certain "races" or ethnic groups, angering many who view the book as an ill-concealed racist manifesto, and worrying untold others who fear the further racial polarization of American society. In The Bell Curve Wars , a group of our country's most distinguished intellectuals dismantles the alleged scientific foundations and criticizes the alarming public policy conclusions of this incendiary book.Anyone who has wondered about the connection among genes, race, and intelligence, all those anxious about racial antagonisms in our nation, those who question the efficacy of social welfare programs, all those troubled but unconvinced by Herrnstein and Murray's book, will want to read The Bell Curve Wars.
Publisher: New York, NY : BasicBooks, c1995
ISBN: 9780465006939
0465006930
Branch Call Number: 305.9082 B413 1995
Characteristics: vi, 216 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Fraser, Steve 1945-

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RedDragon77 Oct 16, 2012

Is this a book that allows a writer to rant his racism, or is it a book tat depicts issue w/ solutions? Has anyone read this?

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