Contents
I Introduction Ashley Montagu I
2 Natural Selection and the Mental Capacities of Mankind Th. Dobzhansky and Ashley Montagu 19
3 The IQ Mythology Ashley Montagu 29
4 The Debate Over Race: Thirty Years and Two Centuries Later Leonard Lieberman, with Alice Littlefield and Larry T. Reynolds 46
5 What Can Biologists Solve? S. E. Luria 91
6 The Magical Aura of the IQ Jerome Kagan 101
7 An Examination of Jensen's Theory Concerning Educability, Heritability, and Population Differences S. Biesheuvel 108
8 An Affluent Society's Excuses for Inequality: Developmental, Economic, and Educational Edmund W. Gordon with Derek Green 122
9 Nature with Nurture; A Reinterpretation of the Evidence Urie Bronfenbrenner 153
10 Racist Arguments and IQ Stephen Jay Gould 184
II Intelligence, IQ, and Race Ashley Montagu 190
12 On Creeping Jensenism C. Loring Brace and Frank B. Livingstone 207
13 Race and Intelligence Richard C. Lewontin 230
14 Heritability Analyses of IQ Scores: Science or Numerology? David Layzer 248
15 On the Causes of IQ Differences Between Groups and Implications for Social Policy Peggy R. Sanday 276
16 Race and IQ: The Genetic Background W. F. Bodmer 308
17 Is Early Intervention Effective? Some Studies of Early Education in Familial and Extra-Familial Settings Urie Bronfenbrenner 343

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