Race Science

October 1943
New Republic;10/18/43, Vol. 109 Issue 16, Special Section p536
Focuses on the condition of Negroes in the U.S. Comments on the theory of race relations; Information about the book "Les Races Humaines"; Comments on the folk belief of many whites that the Negro stands at a lower stage of development away from apes has long ago been brushed aside; Report that the Pro-slavery literature of the U.S. is laden with the persistent tortuous argument that the Negro is a primitive, incapable of learning the white man's culture, incapable of appreciating it when he does make a show of learning it; Information about the book "Race: Science and Politics"; Role played by the environment in retarding the Negro's progress in the U.S.


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