Wooldridge, Adrian
February 1995
New Republic;2/27/95, Vol. 212 Issue 9, p22
Deals with the views of liberals in England with regards to the concept of intelligence quotient (I.Q.) testing. Accusations against intelligence testing practitioners; Essence and implications of I.Q. testing; Arguments presented by communitarians and egalitarians against I.Q. testing.


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