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Progressive ideology has it that we have never been more moral, advanced, and intelligent than we are today, but all objective signs point to a sharp decline in human genetic fitness over a period of centuries. The decline of memory, creativity, innovation, and even the rise of allergies tells us that our forefathers were not our inferiors but our betters.
In Breeding the Human Herd, Edward Dutton brings together a massive body of data to explain the causes behind our dysgenic collapse. The picture he paints is a stark one in which increasingly we not only can’t innovate, but can’t even maintain what we have—the implications for the future of civilization are clear. This landmark book is essential reading for any thinking person today.
“This is an excellent book which tells you all you need to know about the crucial, but absurdly taboo, subjects of dysgenics and eugenics.”
Prof. Richard Lynn, author of Eugenics: A Reassessment and Dysgenics: Genetic Deterioration in Modern Populations
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