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The IQ argument: race, intelligence, and education, by H.J. Eysenck.


New York, Library Press, 1971.
ISBN 0912050160, 9780912050164

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Subjects African Americans -- Education.
African Americans -- Intelligence levels.
African Americans.
Bildung.
Genetica.
Intelligence Tests.
Intelligence tests.
Intelligentie.
Intelligenz.
Intelligenztest.
Kritik.
Psychology, Educational.
Rassen (mens)
Rassenpsychologie.
Description iv, 155 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 154-155).
Contents The Jensenist heresy -- What is race -- What is intelligence -- The intelligence of American Negroes -- Changing human nature -- The social responsibility of science.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)195926
(OCoLC)ocm00195926
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WorldCat Identities Eysenck, H. J. 1916-1997.
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