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Genetic distance doesn't determine race, so you can't use that as a measuring stick. Race exists, especially when there are very real differences between Blacks and others' bodies. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Celeste
This work is still quite valuable for understanding the ongoing confusion between biological and social definitions of race. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dr. Joseph L. Graves Jr
If you believe in Evolution you believe in race.
Obviously evo didn't stop cold with the First Sapien. Yet that is what the PC WANT to believe. Read more
Here's a quote by Noam Chomsky on race:
"A scientist, like anyone else, is responsible for the foreseeable consequences of his acts... Read more
Graves has done an excellent job demonstrating the myth of race. Ironically, this myth is being perpetuated by our government. Read morePublished on May 20, 2008 by Dr. G.
Dr. Joseph Graves definately did a wonderful job on this book. He explains biology really good and i recommened this book for people who are open minded and very understanding in... Read morePublished on March 4, 2006
I picked up this book at the local library with much interest. I've often wondered how race could be considered a scientific "fact", when a close look at pictures and history tend... Read morePublished on November 27, 2005 by Tao Jie Mei
I found the first half of Grave's book enjoying and convincing in using scientific analysis to make his point that race doesn't really exist in humans. Read morePublished on November 6, 2005 by T. F. Rosendale
Fast, easy, not-too-techincal read.
The Title is misleading. The book is about race. It is a political screed the basis of which is that racial differences in the U.S. Read more