The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life

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An interesting read, although I am not sufficiently well-read in the area to make any judgements. It does offer a perspective that is not welcome in today's society, but perhaps has some truth in it. Read full review

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The Bell Curve was first published 20 years ago and the contention that intelligence has a causal relationship with heredity is as controversial as ever. Herrnstein (who passed away before the book ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
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THE EMERGENCE OF A COGNITIVE ELITE
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In the twentieth century the prevalence of the college degree goes from
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