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The personal style and the sometimes witty examples drawn from his own life, makes this book compelling and easy to read.
"The Myth of Race" is an important and groundbreaking work that is both exhaustively researched as well as (a rarity among such works) eminently readable.
A minor hindrance to a 100 percent general audience for this book is his use of President Barack Obama as an example to explain the perception of race.
The usual soft-left counter-reality crap. There really is a difference in races, IQ is at the top of the pile of mind-bendingly big differences. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Phil T. Tipp
I agree with the scientists that there is no such thing as race, only trivial biological variations, and that it is a term that society came up with long ago. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Markus Youssef
Jefferson Fish provides a perspective on race that most don't consider. For example, how is the biology of race so much different than the culture of race, and why has our society... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Leigh Harris
Jefferson Fish's "The Myth of Race" deserves a wide audience. He reminds us that the term "race" has no biological meaning and is simply a sociocultural concept. Read morePublished 22 months ago by LF, Ph.D.