Race and Intelligence: Separating Science from Myth

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APPENDIX: TABLE OF CONTENTS OF INTELLIGENCE,
GENES, & SUCCESS

Part I: Overview
1. “Reexamining The Bell Curve, ” Stephen E. Fienberg and Daniel P. Resnick
2. “A Synopsis of The Bell Curve, ” Terry W. Belie

Part II: The Genetics–Intelligence Link
3. “Of Genes and IQ, ” Michael Daniels, Bernie Devlin, and Kathryn Roeder

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