- Series: Radix: A Series That Examines the Intersection of Culture, G
- Perfect Paperback: 594 pages
- Publisher: Washington Summit Publishers; 1st edition (October 22, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1593680341
- ISBN-13: 978-1593680343
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,411,165 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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That immigration is the most intellectually stimulating of all political topics is demonstrated by Byron M. Roth's ambitious new book, The Perils of Diversity.
--Steve Sailer at vdare.com/sailer/110213_byron_roth.htm
Roth argues that policy is uninformed by evolutionary biology and psychology. In his work he examines the intersection between culture, genetics, IQ and society.
--Fjordman at gatesofvienna.blogspot.com/2010/12/book-review-perils-of-diversity.html
Though long and ambitious, The Perils of of Diversity reads easily, and rewards the reader with a thorough grasp of the crisis we face...offers us a cornucopia of information and argument... --F. Roger Devlin in American Renaissance, January 2011
Roth has written a fantastic book; well-researched, science-based, and full of useful information and sharp observations.
Byron Roth has done a terrific job setting out his gloomy but indisputable analysis of the future of the European peoples in his closely argued book. Prof. Richard Lynn --alternativeright.com/main/blogs/hbd-human-biodiversity/a-whimper-and-a-bang/
That immigration is the most intellectually stimulating of all political topics is demonstrated by Byron M. Roth's ambitious new book, The Perils of Diversity. --Steve Sailer at Vdare.com
Roth argues that policy is uninformed by evolutionary biology and psychology. In his work he examines the intersection between culture, genetics, IQ and society. --Fjordman at Gates of Vienna
Byron Roth has done a terrific job setting out his gloomy but indisputable analysis of the future of the European peoples in his closely argued book. --Professor Richard Lynn
About the Author
Byron M. Roth is Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Dowling College. He received his BA from Rutgers University and his Ph.D. from the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research. His work has appeared in The Journal of Conflict Resolution, The Public Interest, Academic Questions and Encounter. His previous books include, Decision Making, Its Logic and Practice, co-authored with John D. Mullen and Prescription for Failure: Race Relations in the Age of Social Science. The latter was described by the editors of the journal Political Psychology as a book of major importance to the science and the applications of political psychology.
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This is a thought provoking work. I recommend it.
One can't help concluding that we have been doing an awful lot of everything wrong, and our refusal to think critically, as opposed to emotionally, has cost us a great deal.
Neither all races nor all cultures are equal, and refusing to consider them as important considerations in immigration policy is a fast road to national suicide.
Why, then, has our valuable civilization embarked on a path to dilute ourselves into oblivion? Why are we committing cultural suicide? Many books have examined various aspects of this question but here, finally, is a comprehensive exploration. In The Perils of Diversity, Professor Roth offers a thoughtful analysis of human differences without being shy about discussing racial, religious and cultural characteristics. He also covers the history and impact of European and American immigration policy.
So many academics are adept at presenting a problem and then disappoint by offering up naive or impractical solutions. Professor Roth is most impressive in this regard and his conclusions demonstrate that he has his feet firmly planted on the ground.