- Homes needed for wayward girls. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;1/10/94, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p27
Recounts an opinion written by Charles Murray in the `Wall Street Journal' in which he charged that if the stigma of illegitimacy is not revived and if governments do not stop encouraging single parenthood, a white underclass will soon develop. His best-selling book `Losing Ground: The Failure...
- Dumbing down in America. Douglas, Susan // Progressive;Dec94, Vol. 58 Issue 12, p21
Applauds the trashing that Charles Murray has taken for the book `The Bell Curve,' which he co-authored with Richard Herrnstein. The book's argument that blacks are inherently less intelligent that whites; Comments on the book by E.D. Hirsch; Bob Herbert's referral to the book as `racial...
- Who, me? Prejudiced? Weisberg, Jacob // New York;10/17/94, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p26
Discusses Charles Murray's seminar on his book, `The Bell Curve'. Contention that blacks are innately less intelligent than whites; Decrease in American IQ due to `dysgenic' pressures; Fairness of evaluation of intelligence based on tests.
- Should the system be abolished? // Nation's Business;Aug94, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p21
Focuses on Charles Murray's proposal to solve America's welfare problem by closing off Aid to Families with Dependent Children and food stamps. Decision to reduce the number of children born out of wedlock; Removal of welfare safety net; Reactions to Murray's approach by welfare reformers and...
- Charles Murray and Albert Einstein. Reiland, Ralph R. // Humanist;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p3
Criticizes Charles Murray and Richard Herrnstein's book on intelligence quotient (IQ) entitled `The Bell Curve.' Assumption that IQ is race-related; Belief that the distribution of power and money is natural and genetic; Previous findings on the relationship of IQ with race or gender;...
- Bell Curve Author Says Data Is On His Side. Munro, Neil // National Journal;4/18/2009, p11
An interview with Charles Murray, the author of the book "The Bell Curve," is presented. When asked if there was an emerging body of hard-science data that shows causal links between genetics and behavior, Murray points out there are only a few examples of the kind of finding that will become...
- Ding dong. Haazlett, Thomas W. // Reason;Jan95, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p66
Comments on Charles Murray's book, `The Bell Curve,' focusing on alleged relationship between intelligence and race. Fact that individuals differ widely; Attitude as inclusive of everything relevant about racial differences for public policy.
- The race/intelligence link-and how it doesn't apply to Hispanics. Hernandez, Roger E. // National Minority Politics;Dec94, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p14
Discusses the book `Bell Curve,' by Richard Hernstein and Charles Murray. Origin of Hispanics in the United States; Authors' definition on the term Latino; Analyzes the link between race and intelligence.
- Controversy over `The Bell Curve' rages. Buchanan, Patrick J. // Human Events;11/4/94, Vol. 50 Issue 42, p12
Defends the book `The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life,' by Richard J. Hernstein and Charles Murray. Argument that guts, not brains, is the key to success in life; Rebuttal to liberal thinkers who discount intelligence testing and its significance to public policy.