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" ... bloods — to their physical types, their mental and moral qualities, and their vitality. When the bulky literature of this subject is carefully sifted, little remains that will endure serious criticism; and I do not believe that I claim too much... "
The Mind of Primitive Man: A Course of Lectures Delivered Before the Lowell ... - Page 276
by Franz Boas - 1911 - 294 pages
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Race Orthodoxy in the South: And Other Aspects of the Negro Question

Thomas Pearce Bailey - African Americans - 1914 - 386 pages
...the whole work on this subject remains to be done. The development of modern methods of research make it certain that by careful inquiry definite answers...consideration of observations may take the place of heated discussions of beliefs in matters that concern not only ourselves, but also the welfare of millions...
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Race Orthodoxy in the South: And Other Aspects of the Negro Question

Thomas Pearce Bailey - African Americans - 1914 - 386 pages
...that can be done, deliberate consideration of observations may take the place of heated discussions of beliefs in matters that concern not only ourselves, but also the welfare of millions of negroes?" (277 f.). Ill NEGRO ABILITY AND CAPACITY Desiring to be not only just but even generous with respect...
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Readings in Social Problems

Albert Benedict Wolfe - Social problems - 1916 - 804 pages
...criticism ; and I do not believe that I claim too much when I say that the whole work on this subject remains to be done. The development of modern methods...ourselves, but also the welfare of millions of negroes ? REFERENCES BAKER, RS, Following the Color Line, 1 908. BOAS, F., The Mind of Primitive Man 1911....
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Race and Democratic Society

Franz Boas - Social Science - 1969 - 219 pages
...criticism; and I do not believe that I claim too much when I say that the whole work on this subject remains to be done. The development of modern methods...consideration of observations may take the place of heated discussions of beliefs in matters that concern not only ourselves, but also the welfare of millions...
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Atlanta University Publications, Issue 20

African Americans - 1916 - 108 pages
...criticism; and I do not believe that I claim too much when I say that the whole work on this subject remains to be done. The development of modern methods...definite answers to our problems may be found. Is i* not, then, our plain duty to inform ourselves, that, so far as that can be done, deliberate consideration...
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A Franz Boas Reader: The Shaping of American Anthropology, 1883-1911

Franz Boas - Social Science - 1989 - 354 pages
...criticism; and I do not believe that I claim too much when I say that the whole work on this subject remains to be done. The development of modern methods...ourselves, but also the welfare of millions of negroes? Facts that could help us to shape our policies in regard to our race problems arc almost entirely wanting....
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