Commissioned by the Governor of Alabama in 1962, this seminal work on the reality of racial differences remains one of the most concise works on the topic.
Starting with an explanation of the workings of hereditary, the author moves on to an in-depth discussion of the fundamental—and, as he points out, unchangeable—racial differences between Europeans and Africans in particular.
Addressed in this volume are the standard topics of physical, psychological and intellectual differences. It then moves on to the important effects these differences have on society, providing an explanation for the ongoing and disproportionately high non-white crime rate, which, the author shows is rooted in an physical difference which creates different behavioral patterns.
It then discusses the influence of genetics on behavior and how this principle is used in the breeding of animals, before showing how this is equally applicable to human genetics. George then discusses the origin of racial differences, and the dangers posed by racial integration, before concluding with an overview of the historical record of the Negro race and destroying all the classical liberal explanations for its non-achievements.
Finally, the author proposes a just solution to the problem: physical geographic separation which will be in the interests of all races.
Also contains an appendix detailing the lies and subversion spread by the Jewish anthropologist Franz Boas who started the “environmental” school of anthropology.
About the author: Professor Wesley Critz George (1888–1982) was a professor of histology and embryology at the medical school of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he chaired the Department of Anatomy.
Some Authorities Cited
Are All Babies Approximately Uniform and Equal When They Are Born
The Mechanism of Heredity
Are There Fundamental Differences between the White and Negro Races?
Non-morphological Racial Differences
Race and Crime
Physical Bases for Intellectual and Behavioral Differences
Genetics, Behavior and Breed Differences in Animals
The Findings of Stockard and Associates
Relation of Morphology to Behavior Traits in Different Breeds of Dogs
Physical and Behavioral Disharmonies
Corroboration by Others
Inheritance of Intelligence and Behavior in Man
The Genetics of Genius
The Genetics of Crime
The Genetics of Mental Abnormality
Other Witnesses to the Hereditary Basis for Intelligence and Behavior
Are Racial Differences Hereditary?
The Origin of Racial Differences
Should We Promote Racial Amalgamation?
The Historical Record of the Negro Race
The “Historical Accident” Explanation
The “Hot Climate” Explanation
Heredity vs. Environment in Negro History
A Guide to Social Justice and National Greatness
The Influence of Franz Boas