TITLE

Brave New Right

AUTHOR(S)
Lind, Michael
PUB. DATE
October 1994
SOURCE
New Republic;10/31/94, Vol. 211 Issue 18, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Explains the rehabilitation of would-be scientific race theory on the political right in the U.S. press, highlighted by the works of authors Charles Murray, Richard J. Herrnstein and J. Phillipe Rushton. Views that the change in the conservative line on race, IQ and inequality does not mirror any change in mainstream scientific thinking on these subjects; Claim that Pioneer Fund has been the major financial sponsor of the research of the major neo-heriditarian theorists; Evolution of the debate among conservatives about race and poverty.
ACCESSION #
9410257580

 

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