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Man's most dangerous myth : the fallacy of race

Author: Ashley Montagu
Publisher: Cleveland : World Pub. Co., [1964]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 4th ed., rev. and enlView all editions and formats
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Montagu, Ashley, 1905-1999.
Man's most dangerous myth.
Cleveland, World Pub. Co. [1964]
(OCoLC)578301977
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ashley Montagu
OCLC Number: 562011
Description: 499 pages : tables ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. The origin of the concept of "race" --
2. The meaninglessness of the older anthropological conception of "race" --
3. The genetical theory of "race" --
4. The biological facts --
5. Natural selection and the mental capacities of mankind --
6. "Race" and society --
7. Biological and social factors --
8. Psychological factors --
9. Antifeminism and race prejudice: a parallel --
10. The creative power of "race" mixture --
11. Eugenics, genetics and "race" --
12. "Race" and culture --
13. "Race" and war --
14. "Race" and "blood --
15. Myths relating to the physical characters of the American Negro --
16. Are the Jews a "race"? --
17. "Race and democracy --
18. What is the solution? --
Appendix A. The UNESCO statements on race --
Appendix B. "Ethnic group" and "race" --
Appendix C. The fallacy of the "Primitive" --
Appendix D. Race, science, and politics: ex-representative Andrew J. May and "the races of mankind" --
Appendix E. Springfield community-school plan in education for democracy and cooperation --
Appendix F. The term "miscegenation" --
Appendix G. Reappraisal of the constitutionality of "miscegenation" statues, state legislation against mixed marriages in the United States / Andrew D. Weinberger --
Appendix H. The terms "abolition" and "emancipation" --
Appendix I. Freud on the ego and group relations.
Responsibility: Ashley Montagu.

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