Softback. Black cover with yellow title.
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In Race and Evolution Stephen Sanderson sets forth a comprehensive evolutionary interpretation of race relations and race differences in the United States and the world. Drawing on the latest research in sociology, psychology, anthropology, and genetics, Sanderson shows in the book’s first main part that there are race differences in cognitive ability, in family structure, in personality and temperament, and in law-abidingness. In the book’s unique second part, the author discusses race and slavery, pigmentocracies, racism in history, the uniqueness of European societies, Northeast versus Southeast Asia, and the current plight of Africa. Throughout, Sanderson’s approach is rigorously scientific, with many new data analyses to support the book’s leading arguments. Showing sensitivity to current racial conflict, Race and Evolution concludes with recommendations for achieving greater racial understanding and harmony.
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