Featuring the work of Dr. Henry Garrett and overviews of the research conducted by Professors Arthur Jensen, J. Philippe Rushton Richard J. Herrnstein, Charles Murray, Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen and others.
The April 2012 discovery by an international team of scientists of the gene HMGA2, which determines brain size and intelligence, has firmly established the supremacy of the “nature” or racial-determinant view of intelligence and achievement over the leftist “nurture” argument.
This book reviews and summarizes all the major and influential works on IQ and race published since 1980. Includes summaries of the greatest works on race and intelligence plus full details of the 2012 HMGA2 gene discovery report.
IQ AND RACE: PART I
IQ and Racial Differences by Henry Garrett
IQ AND RACE: PART II
The Bell Curve: Summary and Findings
IQ AND RACE: PART III
Thirty Years of Research on Race Differences in Cognitive Ability
IQ AND RACE PART IV
Race, Evolution, and Behavior, A Life History Perspective
IQ AND RACE PART V
IQ and the Wealth of Nations
IQ AND RACE PART VI
The Genetics of Intelligence and Brain Size.