Man's Most Dangerous Myth: The Fallacy of Race

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Oxford University Press, 1974 - Science - 472 pages
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The plight of the American Indian, the real meaning of equal opportunity, and sociogenic brain damage are among the subjects examined by Professor Montagu in this edition of his classic work

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One of the most important books about race in our time, it was one of the first to debunk claims about the "genetic inferiority" of other races. Montagu shoots down what was then common racist theory ... Read full review

Contents

The Origin of the Concept of Race
3
The Meaninglessness of the Older Anthropological
53
Conception of Race 5 3
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The late Ashley Montagu was a distinguished anthropologist and author of over 40 books, including The Nature of Human Aggression, Statement on Race, and Science and Creationism.

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