The Science and Politics of Racial Research

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University of Illinois Press, 1996 - Political Science - 371 pages
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Contents

Helping Along the Process Social Science and Race in the Nineteenth Century
9
For a Twentieth the Cost Sir Francis Galton and the Origin of Eugenics
37
Applying Science to Society The Eugenics Movement in the Early Twentieth Century
54
Science Giveth and It Taketh Away The Scientific Controversy over Integration
138
Unaided by Eugenic Foresight The Controversy over Jensenism
180
Science and Safeguards
269
Notes
297
Index
351
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Tucker is a professor of psychology at Rutgers University.

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