The legacy of Malthus: the social costs of the new scientific racism
A comprehensive account of the origins of scientific racism in the Industrial Revolution, its theorists and propagandists, its malign influence on public policy, and its destructive effects on past and present American life
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Pseudoscience Deprives Nations of the Health
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